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West Yorkshire based Fly Tippers have released their latest single “Crash Bandicoot”. Fly Tippers (Lunar C, Chief Wigz, and Minas) present the single through Insta Grime who will also be scheduling to release the video in the forthcoming months. Fly Tippers were selected to perform at Leeds and Reading Festival in 2014 and plan to release a series of new music with videos in 2014. Check the HHK archives for previous music from all three artists along with the crew material. However, you can listen to Fly Tippers (Lunar C, Chief Wigz, Minas) – Crash Bandicoot on the YouTube player below.
Remember the Xzibit single “Hey Now?” West Yorkshire rapper Sandy Minto has released his “Hey Now Freestyle” and as you guessed using the instrumental from the Xzibit single. Sandy Minto has recently released a joint E.P with Leeds legend Chief Wigz titled “Wigz and Minto Music”. The six track E.P is available for free download from the link listed above. Sandy Minto has revealed new music is on it’s way soon so look out for that. However, you can listen to Sandy Minto – Hey Now Freestyle on the audio player below.
Following the release of Chief Wigz and Sonar Cousin‘s “The Cat Came Back”, we have another video for their single “Suck Sess” featuring West Yorkshire based Matter. Suck Sess is featured on Chief Wigz and Sonar Cousin’s forthcoming mixtape “The Cat Returns” which will be available later this year, and Matter is called upon to provide an excellent verse for the track. Filmed and edited by Major Kuts and The Local Heros, credits also go to the label Dont Talk to Strangers who are the label behind the artists, and the most high profile West Yorkshire label ever. You can download Chief Wigz and Sonar Cousin’s album “The Cat Came Back” from the link above, however you can watch Chief Wigz and Sonar Cousin ft Matter – Suck Sess on the youtube player below.
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Starting the week with some West Yorkshire Hip-Hop from Flame Griller ft Chief Wigz for their single “Starting Up”. The video has been filmed and edited by Paul Cockcroft and artwork credits go to Major Kuts. Starting Up is featured on the “We Don’t Do Shit Hip-Hop” which was previously posted on Hip-Hop Kings, and Sinoptic Studio‘s is the location for the video. Look out for new Flame Griller music coming this year, however you can watch Flame Griller ft Chief Wigz – Starting Up on the youtube player below.
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Before Chief Wigz releases his upcoming album “The Cat Came Back” on April 2nd 2012, we’ve got another video for the Sonar Cousin-produced “Countdown”. We’ve seen a number of videos released from Chief Wigz prior to the album release, and credits go to Paul Cockcroft responsible for filming and editing them. Hip-Hop Kings recently interviewed Chief Wigz and Sonar Cousin at Sedgwick Avenue in Leeds, and spoke about the upcoming album and lots more (check the link above). You can watch Chief Wigz – Countdown (prod Sonar Cousin) on the youtube player below.
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I spoke with Leeds-based MC Chief Wigz and producer Sonar Cousin in this brand new interview exclusive to Hip-Hop Kings. After we marked a brand new affiliation with Sedgwick Avenue bar, with the Hip-Hop Kings logo gratified onto one of the high walls, we caught up with Chief Wigz and Sonar Cousin ahead of their album “The Cat Came Back” which will be available to fans on April 2nd 2012. Chief Wigz and Sonar Cousin discuss how the collaboration happened, what fans can expect to hear from the album, and what else is planned before the release. Furthermore we have an acapella from Chief Wigz with Sonar Cousin on the keyboard at the end of the interview. You can watch the new Chief Wigz and Sonar Cousin interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the youtube player below.
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The West Yorkshire Hip-Hop scene has proved it’s worth in various forms in 2011, and to wrap up what has been an incredible year for the North of England, Chief Wigz has teamed up with Lunar C for their collaborative track “Cat Mafia”. The track has been produced by Sonar Cousin, and was recorded at Sinoptic Studios which is the home for many featured West Yorkshire Hip Hop artists. The track is taken from the forthcoming mixtape “Cat Returns” and then Chief Wigz will be releasing a full length album in 2012. You can watch the Hip-Hop Kings interviews with Chief Wigz and Lunar C on the links listed above, however you can also listen to Chief Wigz ft Lunar C – Cat Mafia (prod Sonar Cousin) on the youtube player below.
Throughout the course of 2010, a number of West Yorkshire (#WY) MC’s and figureheads have been meeting at Sinoptic Studio’s on a weekly basis for a genuine freestyle session which usually includes various topics of discussion. Just before Christmas we have the latest WYCypher Schtick (number six) which is of course Christmas themed. Credits as always go to Paul Cockcroft and ExP for the editing. Check out the likes of Lego, Matter, ExP, Chief Wigz, Joe Snow and Addverse giving their thoughts on Christmas whilst freestyling. You can watch the previous WYCypher sessions on the OFFICIAL YOUTUBE PAGE, however you can watch the brand new WYCypher – WYtChristmas special with an exclusive intro from @LeeHolland1988 on the video player below.
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The first installment of a brand new 90’s Hip-Hop event in Leeds starts this Sunday 31st August, promoted and hosted by djesSDee, Boom! is the name. Located at Milo, a total of four DJ’s (including djesSDee) will be performing and creating a soundtrack for graffiti artists Valium and Hyfn of the BTK Crew. Also performing on the night will be 9 Lives Click headed by Chief Wigz and Optik. DJesSDee has also promoted the “Golden Mic” challenge in Leeds, which is a successful battle event which also featured U.K Hip-Hop legends Mystro and Dubbledge. You can view the promotional flyer for Boom! above, and you can also view the Facebook invite on the link listed above.
Here is part two of the Chief Wigz interview with Hip-Hop Kings. Following part one, I speak in depth with Chief Wigz about moving his music outside of his immediate region, and how artists can do more to enhance their live performances. Chief Wigz summarises the album, and also discusses his plans for the remainder of 2010. You can view part one of the Chief Wigz interview on the link below, and also view the un-edited shoutout on the Hip-Hop Kings YouTube page. You can also watch part two of the Chief Wigz Interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the video below.