Free Download (Rewd Adams – Rewd Awakening) – http://rewdadams.bandcamp.com/
I’ve never been a fan of name changes throughout an artists career, simply due to the fact it’s difficult to re brand something that’s been built from scratch. So Rewd Adams (formally Skandal) has done a great job in a situation which could have potentially been devastating. Rewd Adams has signaled his intention to have 2011 his biggest year ever, with the release of his latest album “Rewd Awakening” at the close of 2011.
Hip-Hop Kings readers should be well aware of Grand Central by now. The U.K Hip-Hop duo of Mr Drastick and Kintetik have recently sat down with Sumit from The Hip Hop Chronicle for an exclusive interview. Sumit starts by asking how Grand Central were formed as the duo have earned their stripes as solo performers. Grand Central also address rumours about The Illuminati after the release of their “So Many Devils” video. You can watch the Hip Hop Chronicle interview with Grand Central on the video player below.
Famous for his Purple Patch installments, SonnyJim returns with part three which has been produced by Illmind. With no stops, hooks or choruses, SonnyJim raps effortlessly over an Illmind banger, and fans should be delighted to learn that SonnyJim will be closing 2010 with the forthcoming digital “Purple Patch E.P” which will feature Purple Patch Part Four, along with the three earlier installments. You can watch SonnyJim – The Purple Patch Part Four below.
With the support of BBC 1Xtra, Supar Novar has created a great buzz for his forthcoming mixtape “Man On Fire”, and to keep fans entertained is a new video for the single “Boring Me”. Supar Novar has teamed up with Big Ben for the track which has been produced by Show N Prove. Expect to see more updates on Hip-Hop Kings up to, and including the mixtape Man on Fire which is currently being mixed at the moment. You can watch the brand new video for Supar Novar x Big Ben – Boring Me on the video player below.
There was a lot of hype surrounding this track, but it’s now been confirmed that “Syllables” from Eminem, Jay-Z, Dr Dre, 50 Cent, Cashis and Stat Quo is actually an old track that was recorded a couple of years ago. A big give-away is the voice used from Eminem, more familiar with his music pre-Relapse. The track is still excellent and is a brilliant combination of the finest Aftermath-affiliated artists. Watch out for some more music in the near future from the above artists as we head into 2011. Many questions remain regarding Detox, however “Syllables” isn’t a confirmed entry on the track listing. You can listen to Eminem x Jay-Z x Dr Dre x Cashis x 50 Cent x Stat Quo – Syllables below.
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If you could ask for the ideal way to wrap up the new year, look no further than a new collaboration between Lowkey and Klashnekoff called “Blood Sweat and Tears”. Arguably the U.K’s finest artists, Lowkey and Klashnekoff give fans a taster to what to expect from Lowkey‘s new album “Soundtrack to the Struggle”. With close to 15,000 youtube views since Christmas Day when it was uploaded. Nutty P has been credited for the production on the track, and the video has been produced and directed by Global Faction. You can watch the brand new video from Lowkey and Klashnekoff – Blood Sweat and Tears below.