We saw the re-introduction of Da Flyy Hooligan (aka Braydz) toward the end of last year, and now his latest offering “Gourmet Deluxxx” is here for sharing. Da Flyy Hooligan presents Gourmet Deluxxx through his soundcloud page, and producer credits go to G.I. We also have news that “SCUM (Supreme Cut Untouched Magnificence”) will be the debut project for Da Flyy Hooligan under this alias and will be dropping in 2016. There’s no specific date yet but look out for more news when it arrives, along with some further promo leading up to the release. You can listen to Da Flyy Hooligan – Gourmet Deluxxx on the soundcloud player below.
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I’ve been fortunate to have known about this track for a while, and it’s great I can finally share the official video for DJ Slademan ft REKS, Phoenix Da Icefire, Iron Braydz and Cherokee – It’s Time. The international collaboration features the finest of the culture from both sides of the Atlantic, with guest vocals from Cherokee. The official video has been directed by Triple Darkness and UK Hip-Hop favourites Global Faction, and DJ Slademan has also announced he’s currently working on several projects so look out for more of the same in the very near future. You can watch the official video for DJ Slademan ft REKS, Phoenix Da Icefire, Iron Braydz and Cherokee – It’s Time on the YouTube player below.
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As HHK reported last month, Triple Darkness member Iron Braydz will be releasing his forthcoming E.P “Verbal sWARdz” on April 14th, and we have the brand new video for the single “Dredd” to share. In February, fans were treated to the excellent single “Millennium” which featured Hip-Hop legend Prince Po. Dredd continues, once again, to raise the bar and set very high expectations for the rest of the E.P. Credits go to Jason Lannaman for the visuals, and you can now watch Iron Braydz – Dredd on the YouTube player below.
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It’s that time again for a brand new rapper tag, and after Dubbledge smashed his opportunity, he’s tagged in U.K lyricist Braydz. RapperTagUK started off with Mystro and once an MC has completed their verse, they tag another UK Hip-Hop artist for the next round. Hip-Hop Kings frequently features the RapperTagUK series, so please feel free to browse the archives for all the previous videos, or alternatively you can subscribe to the Official RapperTagUK Youtube Page. You can watch RapperTagUK – Braydz on the youtube player below.
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I love the 90’s influenced, modern day Hip-Hop music I infrequently receive, and nothing is different with Braydz‘s latest video to the single “This Is HipHop”. Credits go to Dirty Dice TV for the video, and perfect cuts to DJ Bruce Wayne who combined with Braydz, created a final product which is definitely ranked amongst Braydz‘s best work. This Is HipHop is taken from Braydz’s free mixtape “Holla@Braydz” which can be downloaded on the link listed above. You can also watch Braydz – This Is HipHop on the youtube player below.
I’m pleased to be sharing the brand new mixtape from U.K Hip-Hop heavyweight Braydz, which is aptly titled “Holla@Braydz”. Given to fans as a free download, Braydz explains that the mixtape is basically him sharing his thoughts whether shallow or thoughtful, but giving fans an insight into the personal side of the rapper we see frequently releasing excellent music. Fans of Hip-Hop Kings and Braydz will be aware of the latest video “Braydz In Paris” which received great reviews, and furthermore we posted the “Life’s Ill” video towards the start of March. Fans can download the new Holla@Braydz mixtape from the link listed above, however you can also watch Braydz In Paris on the youtube player below.
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For those (like myself) who saw Braydz‘s first reaction when watching the final video edit for his track “Braydz In Paris” the time has come where it’s finally gone live. Braydz‘s single “Braydz In Paris” is unquestionably one of the best remixes to Jay-Z and Kanye West’s original, and is featured on the mixtape “Holla@Braydz”. There is an epilepsy warning at the start of the video, however you can watch the new video from Braydz – Braydz in Paris on the youtube player below.
Here is the first video taken from Braydz‘s forthcoming mixtape “Holla@Braydz” called Life’s Ill. Braydz has used the instrumental from Curren$y and Alchemist’s EP “Covert Coup”, and the title is inspired by the Vordul Mega (one half of Cannibal Ox) era which Braydz is personally fond of. Credits go to Sam James for directing and editing the video, which also features a cameo from Chemo. Look out for the mixtape “Holla@Braydz” which will be available later this year, however in the meantime you can watch the brand new video for Braydz – Lifes Ill on the youtube player below.
As Braydz prepares to drop his upcoming mixtape “Holla @ Braydz“, we have the latest track called Braydz In Paris, which of course is a remix to the Jay-Z and Kanye West track “Ni**as in Paris”. We’ve already heard the track “Scorpion Sting” from Braydz which features Kyza, and an official remix is on the way featuring U.K heavyweight Cyrus Malachi. I fully expect to hear more music before the release of Holla @ Braydz, however you can listen to the new Braydz single – Braydz in Paris on the youtube player below.
To kick off his own 2012, Braydz has teamed up with long time friend and recording artist Kyza for their collaborative effort “Scorpion Sting”. It’s not the first time the pair have teamed up on a track, a personal favourite of mine is the track “Move” off one of my favourite U.K Hip-Hop albums (Grit Grammar – Life Music”). Braydz produced the track himself with Chemo on the boards, and fans can be delighted to hear that an official remix featuring Cyrus Malachi will be available in the forthcoming weeks as well. You can listen to the new track from Braydz ft Kyza – Scorpion Sting on the youtube player below.