I don’t have the bragging rights to suggest I received this directly from GZA, however the Wu-Tang Clan member posted a remix of his track “Ring For Mama” on his Facebook group page. The Uzi Remix is proving quite popular, and the original is GZA‘s verse from the track “Uzi” on the album Iron Flag. The sample used is Ray Charles’ “For Mamma”. You can listen to GZA – Ring For Mama (Uzi Remix) on the player below.
Regular viewers of Hip-Hop Kings will be more than familiar with DJ 456 who is the proud host of “The Urban Flex Show“. There is a brand new mixtape from DJ 456 called “Represent No Question” which is a collection of his favourite songs and artists from The Urban Flex Show. This has been made available for free download for fans. You can view the artwork and download link for DJ 456 – Represent No Question mixtape below.
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Introducing Click Animosity, a crew of rappers who have one common ground – to make great underground Hip-Hop music. I’d like to share the video for their single Lyricist Supremacist which entails exactly what the title suggests. The various members of Click Animosity are given the chance to flex their lyrical ability over a 90’s-influenced and cut-inspired Hip-Hop beat. You can watch the video for Click Animosity – Lyricist Supremacist below.
To support the release of Killah Priest‘s new album “The Three Day Theory” here is the brand new video for the single “Words from a Viking”. The Three Day Theory is available from all good online retailers and the amazon purchase link is below. You can watch Killah Priest – Words from a Viking on the video player below.
As Hip-Hop Kings previously reported, Skyzoo and Illmind released a collaborative single called Frisbees. Now I have the official video which will be featured on the forthcoming album “Live From the Tape Deck” which will be in stores from October 5th released through Duck Down Music. You can watch the new video for Skyzoo x Illmind – Frisbees on the player below.
Here is the second part of the Hip-Hop Kings exclusive interview with Nottingham-based rapper Lowstarr and you can view part one on the link below. In this part of the interview we speak about Lowstarr‘s E.P and the single “Oh My Dayz” which had support across the country from the bloggers to radio DJ’s, and the official video is a particular highlight too. You can watch the second part of the Hip-Hop Kings interview with Lowstarr on the player below.
I’d like to present Willo Wispa to Hip-Hop Kings with his fantastic video “The Lollipop Lady’s Favourite”. The video has been credited with just shy of 5000 youtube views, and the video was directed by Adam “Cobra” Bernet and produced by Metabeats. You can view the iTunes purchase link, along with watching the new video for Willo Wispa – The Lollipop Ladys Favourite below.
This is the brand new single from Chima Anya and Sincere called “Hey” which is taken from Chima Anya‘s highly popular album “New Day”. The duo are preparing an official video for the single, which is currently available through iTunes on the link below. You can listen to Chima Anya x Sincere – Hey on the video player below.
A joint collaboration from Ragggs, DJ Gone and Charlie Sloth has seen a new range of freestyles simply called “Fire In The Phone Booth“, and one of the best is Context MC. DJ Gone records an artist rapping in a phone booth, which is a similar concept to the SB.TV F64 series. The likes of T-Bless, Doom Man and Big Deal have recently joined the list of artists flexing their skills in Fire In The Phone Booth. Context MC needs 5000 views to have a spot on Charlie Sloth’s BBC 1xtra show so make sure you check out the video and pass across. You can watch Context MC – Fire In The Phone Booth on the video player below.
Here is the first part of a four-part interview with Nottingham-based rapper Lowstarr. Formally known as Lee Ramsay, Lowstarr speaks exclusively with Hip-Hop Kings to discuss the reasoning of his name change, and the challenges he’s encountered when trying to re-build his brand. You can check out the other interviews on the Hip-Hop Kings YouTube page, however you can watch part one of the Lowstarr interview with Hip-Hop Kings below.