Hip-Hop Kings interviews U.K Hip-Hop artist Krystatic.
HHK: Thanks for speaking to us Krystatic. For those who aren’t aware, can you introduce yourself?
Krystatic: Yeah sure I’m Chris AKA Krystatic a 19 year old Rapper/Singer/Songwriter from Wolverhampton.
HHK: Stepping Out The Box is the new album. How would you describe your sound to new fans? And which other artists or producers feature on the album?
I met Genesis Elijah years ago, when he was handing out his mixtape “Industrial Revolution” in London. I was at the time queuing for Immortal Technique, and ever since I’ve been following his music and career closely. Genesis Elijah has released the new track “Power” which is perfectly titled for the vibe of the track. Genesis Elijah‘s powerful delivery, and infectious rhyming pattern define his style, and highlight the fact he is one of the most popular lyricists within the U.K Hip-Hop world. You can listen to Genesis Elijah – Power on the player below.
Here is the official video from Peter Jackson and Patrick Christopher called Indian Girl. Directed by Chris Stacey who has previously worked with the likes of Royce Da 5’9 and Cee-Lo amongst others, Indian Girl is the lead single from the forthcoming album which will be distributed by Fontana. Peter Jackson himself has also worked with Royce Da 5’9 on the single Paper Boy, which was an incredibly popular track. You can watch the video for Peter Jackson x Patrick Christopher – Indian Girl on the player below.
Young Buck is certainly hitting 2010 hard, proving a point that he is still a relevant recording artist in today’s Hip-Hop world. Young Buck has previously sparked discussion across the Internet with the two diss tracks aimed towards 50 Cent and G Unit called “Happy New Year” and “Steroids“. The new track Do It For Ya is another recording from Young Buck, which is been passed around the Internet at a rapid pace. You can listen to Young Buck – Do It For Ya on the player below.
A.G is back with his new single Sexy Excited, and after the huge success of “Call That” and “We Fly” we anticipate his growth in 2010 will be intense. A.G‘s Internet presence has increased dramatically, and the support from the radio has been great as well. Sexy Excited is another banger from A.G which is sure to be popular with fans. You can listen to A.G – Sexy Excited on the player below.
The Chronic Redeye Music group present a new track called Stand Up, by some of the finest U.K lyricists in the game at the moment. Deadly Hunta, Reds, PDF and Lyrical T all deliver fantastic verses in the track, which has been featured on the brand new mixtape “Ruffneck Intellect Volume One”. Throughout the works of Chronic Redeye Music the reggae influence is evident, and both Stand Up, and the mixtape in it’s entirety is no different. You can listen to Deadly Hunta x Reds x DPF x Lyrical T – Stand Up on the player below.
I received an email from WEB this morning, explaining that he will be working with the very popular Kevin Nottingham in a new series called “Open Bar Season”. WEB has released the first freestyle of 52, titled Return Of The Bad Guy, as he plans to release one per week for the campaign. WEB also announced news that he will be working with his partner in crime I.D.e.A for a new project called “World Of Color”. There is no release date, or confirmed details yet. You can listen to WEB – Return Of The Bad Guy on the player below.
I guess saying Happy New Year wasn’t enough for former G-Unit man Young Buck. A recent diss towards 50 Cent and companions sparked much interest over the Internet, however the general feeling that 50 wouldn’t respond has been correct so far. To catalyse the situation further, Young Buck has released another record titled Steroids. It doesn’t take a genius to work out how he selected the name, however it’s sure to perhaps prompt 50 Cent to respond. You can listen to Young Buck – Steroids on the player below.
Hip-Hop Kings Interviews: Phoenix Da IceFire
HHK: Thanks for speaking to Hip-Hop Kings Phoenix. For the readers who are new to your music, can we have a brief introduction into your music please?
PDIF: I am a south east rapper from Deptford who was partly responsible for putting out Triple darkness along side D-mus (Higher heights records) I’ve been raping for about 4 years solidly and plan to release a lot of material which dives into the depths of the phoenix as a character as well as an unchartered perspective of the world and the hip hop game