This is the latest upload from Don’t Flop for the highly anticipated battle between Copywrite vs Tenchoo which was filmed during the Check Point 3 event in London.
Not much needs to be said to introduce both Copywrite and Tenchoo who are widely regarded as legends in the music and battle rap scene. Copywrite makes his debut battle as himself (check out the Shredder vs Raphael battle) and also his first battle in the UK in Don’t Flop. Tenchoo returns to the stage after a hiatus and a focus on music, for a battle which will remembered and appreciated by the original battle rap fanbase. General consensus is that Tenchoo won the battle fairly easily but it’s a great display from both artists. Copywrite vs Tenchoo will be a battle we remember for a long time.
A few years ago we had the pleasure of being involved with a UK remix of Copywrite’s “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” album which is still available to purchase. The remix album features guest appearances from the likes of Lamarrie Essquire, M9, Genesis Elijah, SAS, Beat Butcha, Endemic, Harry Love, 7th Dan, DJ Sarah Love and Context. Make sure you check out the Copywrite “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” on iTunes. Tenchoo has been working hard promoting the Panic Room 9 which is his latest project. The 8 track album was released on the 9th of May 2016 and was distributed via Starch Records. Make sure you check out both albums and support the artists by downloading the music.
You can watch the Copywrite vs Tenchoo (Dont Flop Rap Battle) on the YouTube player below.
Following the release of the new MHz album, Copywrite has teamed up with Slug for the track “Satisfaction” and today marked the release of the official video. All the major blogs and websites have not only supported the video, but the MHz Legacy album which you can download by clicking on the link listed above. Please feel free to check the HHK archives for plenty of older Copywrite and Slug (Atmosphere) music, however you can watch MHz Legacy (Copywrite) ft Slug – Satisfaction on the YouTube player below.
Pre-Order Link | http://bit.ly/VnmwSI
October 30th marks the release of the new MHz Legacy titled album via Man Bites Dog Records, and possibly the last leak from the project ahead of the release comes from Copywrite and RJD2 ft Slug called “Satisifed”. Premiered by MTV Hive, Satisified is one of six songs that reunites RJD2 with the group which is something set to delight fans upon release day. MHz Legacy has guest features from the biggest Hip-Hop artists to date, along with Man Bites Dog producers and artists too. You can pre-order MHz Legacy from the download link above, however you can also view the full track listing to the album, and listen to “Satisfied” on the player below.
1. Accidentally On Purpose (Prod. By Rob Stern)
2. Hindsight (1998) Ft. Playdough (Prod. By RJD2)
3. Four Player Mode (Prod. By RJD2)
4. Out Of Room (Prod. By RJD2)
5. Spaceship Ft. Danny Brown (Prod. By Harry Fraud)
6. Soul Train (Of Thought) Ft. Oh No The Disrupt (Of Gangrene) (Prod. By !llmind)
7. Addictionary Ft. ILL BILL & Slaine (Of La Coka Nostra) (Prod. By Stu Bangas)
8. Gone! (Prod. By Surock)
9. Obituaries (Prod. By Marco Polo)
10. Columbus Diss Patch Ft. Dom (Prod. By J Rawls)
11. Mass Temple Ft. Steve From Middle Distance Runner (Prod. By Jason Rose)
12. Y’all Don’t Know (Prod. By D1)
13. Yellow & Blue Ft. Blu (Prod. By Surock)
14. Satisfaction Ft. Slug (Of Atmosphere) (Prod. By RJD2)
15. Tero Smith Ft. Aaron Livingston (Of Icebird) (Prod. By RJD2)
16. Somewhere (2099) (Prod. By RJD2)
17. Mechanical Me (Prod. By Jason Rose)
Copywrite – God Save the King (Proper English Version) | DOWNLOAD
Following the release of Copywrite’s “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” album, the latest video to be released from the project features U.K MC Context for their collaborative single “Ghost in the Machine”. Both Context and Copywrite are regularly featured artists on Hip-Hop Kings, and their individual works have brought them some impressive accolades over the past twelve months. Copywrite’s “God Save the King” reached the top 100 on the Billboard Charts in America, and Context was named MTV’s “Brand New and Unsigned” for 2012. You can still download Copywrite’s “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” from the link listed above, however you can also watch Copywrite ft Context – Ghost in the Machine on the youtube player below.
Copywrite – God Save the King | DOWNLOAD Link
As we approach the release of Copywrite’s “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” Man Bites Dog Records have released another video from the original album called “Got to Make It”. Copywrite has teamed up with MHz mate “Tage Future” for the track which is clearly a fan favourite on the album, and the video (produced by Seanie G), shows actual police footage of Copywrite being arrested for a DUI & resisting arrest. Credits go to Stu Bangas who produced the single, and fans can download the “God Save the King” album above. You can also watch Copywrite ft Tage Future (MHz) – Got to Make It on the youtube player below.
God Save the King (Proper English Version) Review | http://bit.ly/KeQQK0
Copywrite Interview with Hip-Hop Kings | http://bit.ly/MxNJxR
UK fans are highly anticipating the release of Copywrite’s “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” which will be available on 7th August 2012, and to continue promotion we have the video for the single “More Sorrow”. Copywrite has teamed up with Illogic for the track which has been produced by Sru Bangas, and video credits go to Seanie G. You can read the official Hip-Hop Kings review of “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” on the link above, along with the Copywrite interview with Hip-Hop Kings, however you can watch Copywrite ft Illogic – More Sorrow on the youtube player below.
God Save the King (Proper English Version) Review | http://bit.ly/KeQQK0
This is the exclusive interview with Copywrite ahead of the release of the album “God Save the King (Proper English Version).” Copywrite is fully supported by Hip-Hop Kings, and the new project has seen him work alongside a number of elite UK Hip-Hop artists including Mystro, Genesis Elijah, Braydz, M9, Context and more. Copywrite speaks on his thoughts on UK Hip-Hop and how the original idea for the project happened. Furthermore he speaks on future collaborations and the development since his previous album “Life and Times of Peter Nelson”. Make sure you read the Hip-Hop Kings review of Copywrite‘s “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” above and the album is available on 7th August 2012 (pre-orders start July 10th), however you can watch the Copywrite interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the youtube player below.
In one of my personal favourite projects of the year, Ohio based MC Copywrite has teamed up with the finest of UK artists in his upcoming album “God Save the King (Proper English Version))”. We’ve already seen a number of leaked tracks from the album, and the latest features the legendary Genesis Elijah nad Royce Da 5’9 on the single “Overdose”. I recently reviewed God Save the King (Proper English Version), and Overdose is just one example of the excellent collaboration between UK and US artists. Look out for the official release date coming soon, however in the meantime you can listen to Copywrite ft Royce Da 5’9 and Genesis Elijah – Overdose on the youtube player below.
Copywrite – God Save The King (Proper English Version) REVIEW | http://bit.ly/LAGArZ
As Copywrite celebrates the International success of his album “God Save The King”, Hip-Hop Kings fans will be aware of the special (Proper English Version) which featured a number of excellent UK lyricists. One of my personal favourite tracks (check the review on the link above) featured Triple Darkness member M9 on the track “Arachnaphobia” which I wanted to share with fans. The track has been uploaded onto youtube, along with a series of other singles with features from Dru Blu, Akala and SAS. Please support Copywrite by downloading the “God Save The King” album HERE and you can watch Arachnaphobia featuring M9 on the youtube player below.
Following the news that Copywrite will be releasing his album “God Save the King (Proper English Version” on June 13th 2012, we have another leak from the album which features Akala and Sonny Seeza called “Starter Hats”. Copywrite has collaborated with a number of UK MC’s on the project, including Akala, Mystro, Genesis Elijah, M9 and Context alongside others, and prior to the album being released, Hip-Hop Kings also posted exclusives with Sam Khan and Loudmouth Melvin and Skillit. To read the Hip-Hop Kings review of God Save the King (Proper English Version) click the link above, and you can listen to Copywrite ft Akala and Sonny Seeza – Starter Hats on the youtube player below.