Mr Drastick and Kinetik have released a brand new video for their single “Famous Girl” The duo (collectively known as Grand Central) speak about being in love with famous girls, and keep spot-on topic throughout the whole track. Make sure you download Grand Central’s “God Loves Grinders Vol.1” mixtape free from the Grand Central website shown below. You can also watch Grand Central – Famous Girl on the video player below.
As the buzz continues to build for London-based rapper Doom Man, we have a brand new feature with the very popular SprayAsYouGoTV. Doom Man drops a freestyle to display his lyrical abiliy much to delight of his fans. Watch out for Doom Man’s upcoming single “Beam Me Up Scotty” which will be available 24th September, and a future live performance with a well known American artist (details coming soon). You can watch the new Doom Man feature with SprayAsYouGo TV below.
Skandal has released the second single from his forthcoming “Hunger Pains Volume Two” mixtape called “Go”. Tipped by many of the U.K’s top Hip-Hop DJ’s as an artist to watch for 2010, Skandal continues to create a buzz after his collaborative effort with Klashnekoff and P-Money. “Go” has been produced by Sivey, and is sure to be featured on the top U.K Hip-Hop blogs across the genre. “Go” will be available digitally from 10th October, and you can expect to see Hunger Pains Volume Two available later in the year. You can listen to Skandal – Go on the audio player below.
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Wu Tang Clan affiliate Hell Razah has leaked the single “Cinematic” produced by 4th Disciple from his upcoming album “Heaven Razah”. The album will be released on September 28th, and available through all the regular channels. Hell Razah does what he does best with Cinematic – playing on the word throughout the whole track and referencing iconic film personalities which I’ll leave for you to hear. You can listen to Hell Razah – Cinematic on the audio player below.
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It was fair to say that Rhymefest‘s album “El Che” was one of my personal favourites of 2010. Rhymefest is back with a brand new video for his single Mermaid which sounds completely different to anything I’ve heard from him before. There’s no word on whether Rhymefest will be working on a new album this year, and whether this will be featured, however you can download Rhymefest‘s “El Che” on the link below. You can also watch the new video for Rhymefest – Mermaid on the video player here.
It’s not typically Hip-Hop, but the response I’ve had from Pendulum has always been good. Being a fan myself, I wanted to share their recent competition to remix the single “The Island” where the lucky winner will earn a major record release via Warner Brothers Records. Pendulum were previously featured on Hip-Hop Kings with the single “Witchcraft” which was well received by readers. To listen to the new Pendulum album “Immersion” you can click on the link provided below. To enter the Pendulum Remix competition, please visit the following link to read the terms and conditions and submit content.
To celebrate the release of Ruste Juxx‘s latest album “Adamantine” I have the video for the single “24 Karate Flow” which features French-based act called 34 Click. Adamantine has been released through Duck Down Records, and is available through all good digital and retail outlets. U.K producer Endemic has been credited for the albums production, which also features Skyzoo, Cyrus Malachi, and Torae amongst others. You can purchase Ruste Juxx‘s “Adamantine” through Amazon on the link below, and you can also watch the official video for Ruste Juxx x 34 Click – 24 Karate Flow on the video player here.
It’s true that the Hip-Hop world runs in over-lapping and well-formed circles. For most breaking into those circles can only be a dream, and certainly an accomplishment if achieved. Rather than joining or merging within the circles, a brand new circle has been formed. YTV (Yandle The Vandal) and Henry Tha 8th have collaborated to form “Freedom Of Press” for their new project “Yet To Verify”. I previously blogged the information on Hip-Hop Kings, but wanted to follow with an official review.
As Jaja Soze‘s status continues to grow within the U.K Hip-Hop scene, the PDC Entertainment founder recently sat down with Spotlyte TV for a brand new interview. Jaja Soze is asked about the most recent album “Illegal Download” and of course the infamous “Grime Bully” track and the reasoning behind that. Jaja Soze then goes on to speak about the book Street Boy, and the success it’s had in retail since it’s release. You can look forward to a Jaja Soze interview with Hip-Hop Kings in the near future. Also check out Illegal Download by clicking the link below. In the meantime you can watch the Jaja Soze interview with Spotlyte TV below.
Following the huge success of “Try Me Volume Two” Tottenham-based U.K Hip-Hop artist Untitled is back with his next project “Try Me Volume Three” Dedicated to Lena aka Lady Shotz, Untitled presents some of his best and newest work to date. Untitled has been working none-stop over the past year, and has recently announced that Try Me Volume Four will be available to fans from October 1st. Please feel free to search the Hip-Hop Kings archives to download Volumes One and Two for free. You can view the artwork and download link for Untitled – Try Me Volume Three below.
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