I think we finally have a contender for MIA’s “Born Free” in regards to disturbing videos. Huoratron is a Finnish producer who’s set to make a remarkable print on the U.K music scene. His video for “Corporate Occult” contains a warning, as there’s plenty of nudity and disturbing scenes. The track itself is difficult to label in terms of genre, but we’re expecting a mix of different music from his upcoming E.P “Prevenge” which will be available August 2nd. I have to stress the warning with the content of the video for Huoratron – Corporate Occult which you can view below.
Taken from Camden Unplugged on 30.06.2010, Gfrsh and Sincere perform their new collaborative single “I’m Ill”. Recorded by BSomebody.TV, you can also watch live performances from The Stow and Random Impulse. Fans of Gfrsh wil be familiar with his Epic Barz video with DJ Gone which you can view in the Hip-Hop Kings archives. You can watch Gfrsh x Sincere – I’m Ill on the video player below.
Everybody knows the legendary Hip-Hop group Dead Prez, with their classic track “Hip Hop”. A new project from Adam F and DJ Fresh called WTF, has resulted in a collaboration with Dead Prez for a remake of the original classic, aptly titled “It’s Bigger Than Hip-Hop UK”. With support from Zane Lowe on Radio 1 alongst others, the track is set to be a huge hit for the summer. You can listen to WTF x Dead Prez – It’s Bigger Than Hip Hop UK on the player below.
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Sumit from The Hip Hop Chronicle is a man well known for the latest interviews, and has caught up with Wale during his trip to the U.K. Wale is asked about his new album, which he remains very tight-lipped about. Sumit also asks Wale to break down some lyrics, and asks which female celebrities are classed as “Pretty Girls”. At the end of the interview, Sumit posts some footage of Wale performing “Chillin” at London’s Jazz Cafe. You can watch the Wale interview with The Hip Hop Chronicle on the video player below.
When we speak of Hip-Hop producers in the 21st century, the name Ron Browz always gets mentioned. Famously being credited for the Busta Rhymes classic “Arab Money”, Ron Browz has a decade of placements on platinum selling albums including Nas, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Jim Jones, Jay-Z and many more. Etherlibrium is the new project from Ron Browz which will be released exclusively through iTunes on July 20th, which is a sixteen track project. The likes of Maino, Red Cafe and J.R Writer will all feature throughout. You can view the artwork for Ron Browz – Etherlibrium below.
Category: Upcoming Releases
As Hip-Hop Kings previously reported, Miami-based underground rapper QuESt will be releasing his highly anticipated “The Reason – A Defence Mechanism” in the forthcoming weeks. I have another leak from QuESt himself called “Am I Wrong” which has been excluded from the final track listing. This is a real collectable track for QuESt fans, so along with streaming the single in the typical Hip-Hop Kings fashion, you can view the download link for QuESt – Am I Wrong below.
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A Hip-Hop duo from America I always follow is D-League, and due to their knack of remixing music to a high standard, here is their new single “BMF Remix”. I’ve previously posted remixes from D-League called “Beamer, Benz or Bentley” which was originally created by Lloyd Banks and “Run This Town” which was the popular Rihanna track with Jay-Z and Kanye West. Lastly, D-League also created a video called Juicy which was a Notorious B.I.G tribute. You can listen and watch the tracks mentioned above by searching for D-League on Hip-Hop Kings. In the meantime you can listen to D-League – BMF Remix on the player below.
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Making their debut on Hip-Hop Kings is FTG (Flip Them Guys) which consist of Sean J and Soy. Described as “a rollercoaster of honesty and arrogance over a mellow chopped-sample beat”, their new single “Do Better”. With enough positive feedback I’m more than happy to post further tracks and information on FTG ahead of their official project released at the end of 2010. You can listen to FTG – Do Better on the player below.
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The founders of Rago Magazine have launched a brand new mixtape series called “Global Status” which presents the first release aptly titled “Global Status Volume One”. Tricksta and LATE team up with a number of MC’s from the U.K and U.S to present the newest music on an exciting new platform. Volume One is a twenty-five track mixtape which features the likes of Styles P, Juelz Santana, Lil Wayne and many more. You can view the artwork and download link for Rago Magazine – Global Status below.
If I’ve ever seen a creative / disturbing video in my life, this probably equals it. U.K Hip-Hop outfit Foreign Beggars have teamed up with The Disablists for their collaborative single “Heavy Rotation”. The single is also available from iTunes, however the official video is certaintly worth watching. You can watch the new video for The Disablists x Foreign Beggars – Heavy Rotation on the player below.