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Caxton Press – Shame The Devil | Review http://bit.ly/JZIssM
This is the SEVENTH official video to drop from Caxton Press called “Big Buck Star” from their album “Shame the Devil” which has been widely regarded as one of the best UK Hip-Hop album releases in recent years. Once again, Caxton Press has teamed up with Global Faction for the video who do nothing short of an excellent job on the visuals. You can read the official Hip-Hop Kings review of Caxton Press’ “Shame the Devil” on the link listed above, however you can watch Caxton Press – Big Buck Star on the youtube player below.
Caxton Press – Shame The Devil Review | http://bit.ly/JZIssM
As the UK Hip-Hop scene continue to enjoy the new Caxton Press album “Shame The Devil”, we have a brand new video from the group for their single “Broken Dreams”. Caxton Press consist of MC’s (Manage, Kingpin, eMCee Killa), singer/songwriter Amy True, producer Profound, and incorporated into their live sets is DJ Snuff, and Broken Dreams is the latest offering from the group in the visual format with thanks to Global Faction for filming and editing the video. You can read the official Hip-Hop Kings review of Shame The Devil on the link listed above, however you can watch Caxton Press – Broken Dreams on the youtube player below.
Inspired by the legendary William Caxton, a lot of the motives behind Caxton Press are similar to the man who was responsible for the first printing press to be opened in England. In a quest for finding the truth, and challenging the norm in today’s music industry, Caxton Press have presented their album “Shame the Devil” after a year in the studio tweaking to perfection. The album name is taken from Walter Lipman, “There can be no higher law in journalism than to tell the truth and to shame the devil” (also quoted in track 5 – Touch the Sun). With rumours and scandals constantly being directly associated with the media, the album already sounds interesting.
Elementz UK – http://bit.ly/HfreL8
Elementz UK are looking for the next big B-Boy / B-Girl acts for a battle competition at the launch of the new Elementz club night which takes place at Rhythm Factory in Whitechapel Road, London on Thursday 26th April. This is a new quarterly event representing the traditional 4 elements of hip hop to full effect. Live performances on the night come from the likes of DJ Sarah Love, DJ 279, DJ Mr Thing, Caxton Press, Genesis Elijah and hosted by Mystro. Elementz UK are looking for seven more successful entrants to take part in the battle competition on the night, with the opportunity to win a cash prize, and a guaranteed featured on The Hip Hop Chronicle. Check out the Elementz UK Website link above for details on how to enter.
After building a national buzz towards the end of 2011, Caxton Press continue their push to become a national household name this year, and here is their new video for the single “I Wanna See”. Caxton Press (Manage, Amy True, eMCee Killa, Kingpin and DJ Snuff) have teamed up with Global Faction for the new video for “I Wanna See” which is taken from the debut album “Shame The Devil”. Fans can support Caxton Press by downloading Shame The Devil from the download link above, however you can watch Caxton Press – I Wanna See on the youtube player below.
Here is the brand new video for a song that was originally recorded years ago from Manage (Caxton Press) and Skirmish (Rhyme Asylum) for their single “Hold You Down”. Dedicated to their fans, Manage and Skirmish decided to film the video with the help from Leng T’Che Productions who are credited for directing, and Think who originally produced the track. Both Caxton Press and Rhyme Asylum are supporting the Jedi Mind Tricks on Tuesday 14th Feburary (event info on link above) so make sure you’ve booked your tickets early. You can view the official flyer for the event above, however you can watch Manage Ft Skirmish (Caxton Press / Rhyme Asylum) – Hold You Down on the video player below.
The infamous Jedi Mind Tricks are soon to be blessing the stage in London and Manchester as part of their Violence Begets Violence tour. In London, Jedi Mind Tricks will be supported by Caxton Press and Rhyme Asylum in London on Tuesday 14th February, and DJ’s 279 and DJ Snuff and will be hosted by Mystro. On Wednesday 15th in Manchester, This Is Hip Hop and Don’t Flop present Jedi Mind Tricks, with an event that will be opened by an eight-man freestyle battle tournament. Look out for some familiar names on the night. Tickets for the respective shows can be bought using the links listed at the top of the page, and fans can also expect a Jedi Mind Tricks / Hip-Hop Kings interview in the very near future. You can also watch Jedi Mind Tricks – Design in Malice on the video player below.