PREVIOUS | S Kalibre – R.I.P
UK veteran S Kalibre has this month released his latest album “SK Ultra” which is available for download now. The ten-track album features guest appearances and production from the likes of Sofa King, Slap Up Mill and Rediculus among others, and has received excellent reviews from UK publications across the country. HHKMag blogged S Kalibre’s previous video “R.I.P” and fans can check out previous music by accesing the archives. You can view the official artwork, download link and track listing for S Kalibre – SK Ultra here.
01 – Medical Notes (Produced by Gee-O)
02 – Seeing Red (Produced by Dead Man Walkn)
03 – Murderous Tendencies (Produced by Soul Theory)
04 – One Mic (Produced by Sofa King London)
05 – Lunge Slice Death (Produced by Slap Up Mill)
06 – Distorted (Produced by Rediculus)
07 – Induced Rage (Produced by Soul Theory)
08 – Swam Gass Feat. DJ Pressure (Produced by Slap Up Mill)
09 – Truth Drug (Produced by Architech)
10 – R.I.P (Produced by Slap Up Mill
GFX by David Bosworth (@Boz_Worth)
Everybody knows we’re huge WWE and Movies fans, so it made perfect sense for the first “Mash Up” to be a combination of the WWE and the recently-released “Thor: The Dark World”. Our resident movie reviewer, GFX designer and all-around good guy @Boz_Worth created a brand new poster which integrated the two, and highlights the currently storyline of “The Authority” (Triple H / Stephanie McMahon) as the center focus replacing Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Natalie Portman (Jane Foster). Let us know what you think by using the Hashtag #HHKMovies on Twitter, and look out for more HHK Mash-Up’s in the future.
DOWNLOAD | Stephen Lynch – LION
During his U.K tour, HHKMag caught up with the “musician trapped in a comedians body” AKA Stephen Lynch. Following his memorable performance at the o2 Academy in Leeds, Stephen Lynch talks about his latest album “Lion” and his favourite track from the record. Stephen Lynch also discusses collaborations with Courtney Jaye and the reason he hasn’t worked with any high-profile musicians. Lastly, Stephen Lynch discusses plans for 2014 and gives a very special shoutout at the end of the interview.
Previous | Sonnyjim and Kosyne – It’s About Time (E.P)
Here is the new video from EatGood Records artists Sonnyjim and Kosyne and their single “Born Invincible”. Producer credits go to Jaisu, and the visual is from the Sonnyjim and Kosyne collaboration album “It’s About Time Deluxe Edition”. The re-release is a twelve track project with previously unheard material and remixes. You can download Sonnyjim and Kosyne – It’s About Time Deluxe Edition from the link above, however you can listen to Sonnyjim and Kosyne – Born Invincible on the YouTube player below.
iTunes | http://bit.ly/17u4J3r
Following a series of promotal tracks prior to the mixtape release, I’m delighted to share the brand new mixtape from Endemic titled “Quarantine”. Widely regarded as one of the U.K’s top producers, Endemic has called upon the likes of Tragedy Khadafi, Phoenix Da Icefire, Ruste Juxx and Cyrus Malachi amongst many others to feature on the thirteen track mixtape. You can download “Quarantine” from the link listed above, and look out for more news and updates on Endemic – Terminal Illness Vol.2 coming soon.
1. Intro Ft. DJ Furious P
2. NY Untouchables Ft. Tragedy Khadafi, Top Dog & Supreme
3. Real recognize real Ft. John Maloso, Eric El Nino & Tristate
4. Shadow Stitchin’ Ft.Tesla’s Ghost
5. The Arrival Ft. Bugsy da God
6. Knife’s Edge Ft. Phoenix da Icefire
7. Casquettes Ft. Le Sous Marin
8. Hip Hop Poets Ft. Lifetime, Sha Stimuli & Cyrus Malachi
9. 24K Rap Ft. Ray Vendetta
10. Sandy Ft. Master K Bar
11. Hell’s Garrison’s Ft. Cyrus Malachi & M9
12. Three Kings Ft. Hell Razah, Kevlaar 7 & M9
13. Rap Assassins Ft. Ruste Juxx, Ill Bill, Sav Killz & Cyrus Malachi
Written by David Bosworth
Anyone remember Scary Movie 4? Nope. Me neither. What about Scary Movie 3? The one with Leslie Nielsen as the President and there’s the aliens in the field from ‘Signs’? Struggling to place that one as well Okay. You MUST remember Scary Movie 2 then? Come on, the one with the turkey dinner stuffed with ‘penis’ and vagini’s’, served with the small hand! You remember now? You’ll remember the original then. The one that spawned all the aforementioned sequels both good and bad.
Scary Movie 5 falls into the latter category of ‘Bad’! In fact it probably falls into its own category of ‘The Good(1 & 2), The Bad(3 & 4) and the Ugly(5)’ which is why this review was needed to warn the masses that the horror spoof genre has died a gruesome death!
Pre-Order | http://bit.ly/YyaIed
HHK made a big deal about Koncept’s “Malt Disney E.P” (with good reason), and it’s great to announce that SoulSpazm Records will be releasing the project digitally which fans can pre-order from the link above. For those who missed out the first time, Koncept’s Malt Disney E.P received major support from the major blogs and websites, and features collaborations with REKS and Tanya Morgan amongst others. Browse the HHK archives for previous Koncept material, however you can view the E.P artwork and pre-order link for Koncept’s Malt Disney E.P here.
Written by Joe Langham.
Read the “Hip-Hop Isn’t Dead” debut event Review here – http://bit.ly/YB97W2
English Frank and Black The Ripper in Leeds – http://bit.ly/WRYQS1
Following the massive success of the opening night, Hip-Hop Isn’t Dead returned for a second night with another massive line up to match. With the opening night back in December setting the bar so high, matching it would not be easy, yet English Frank once again rounded up some of the UK’s biggest names in hip-hop for a memorable night.
Soul Khan – Psalm EP | http://bit.ly/getpsalm
2012 produced a lot of great music towards the end of the year, and one E.P that has been in constant rotation is Soul Khan‘s “Psalm EP”. I wanted to share the video for the single “The Machine” featuring the soulful Akie Bermiss which rightfully, has been met with a fantastic reception from Hip-Hop fans around the world. You can download Soul Khan’s Psalm EP from the link listed above, however you can also watch Soul Khan ft Akie Bermiss – The Machine on the youtube player below.
Manchester based D’Lyfa Reilly has released the video for his single “Amsterdamnesia” which is probably exactly what you’re thinking by the title of the track. D’Lyfa Reilly is part of the Mosh Team which also includes Shotty Horroh, Illatant, Briggzy, DJ Edge, Words and Unanymous, and has recently been supported by Mista Jam at BBC 1Xtra. Amsterdamnesia is taken from the Cloud Rhyme digital album, which is a seven-track project you can download from the link listed above. D’Lyfa Reilly has also been featured twice on freestyles which were HHK exclusives at the Boom Bap Festival, and the Mosh Team freestyle which can be viewed on the links above. You can watch D’Lyfa Reilly – Amsterdamnesia on the youtube player below.