Check out the brand new interview from Nique Hollywood when she caught up with Native of VA at a recording session at his studio during practice. Native of VA speaks about his latest E.P and his plans to come out to London in August / September time. Keep in touch with all the latest updates from Native of VA on his Twitter page (@NativeOfVA). You can watch the interview from Nique Hollywood with Native of VA on the video player below.
Underground Hip-Hop duo Slug and Ant (collectively known as Atmosphere) have announced they’ll be releasing a new studio album this April titled “The Family Sign”. Atmosphere will be following from their 2008 album “When Life Gives You Lemons You Paint That Shit Gold” and will be releasing the project through their self-created Rhymesayers Entertainment label. You can check out the Atmosphere shoutout to Hip-Hop Kings on the official Hip-Hop Kings youtube page HERE, however I’ll be posting more information on the Atmosphere – The Family Sign album release date and track listing as soon as it becomes available.
Category: Upcoming Releases
It’s great to see a U.K artist evolve through the ranks and make smart business moves which are rewarded financially. Ed Sheeran is a popular name in the U.K scene at the moment, and the Atlantic-Records artist has sat down with Blatantly Blunt for a brand new interview to speak about hitting #2 on iTunes with his record “No 5 Collaborations”. Please check out the Blatantly Blunt website for more great U.K and U.S Hip-Hop features. You can watch Ed Sheeran interview with Blatantly Blunt on the video player below.
The Hip-Hop world anticipates Pharoahe Monch‘s “W.A.R” (We Are Renegades) to be one of the best of 2011. To kick off the album promotion I’m proud to share the first single from Pharoahe Monch titled “Clap (One Day) which is available to purchase online now. Confirmed guest appearances on Pharoahe Monch‘s W.A.R album include Immortal Technique, Royce Da 5’9, Jean Grae and Marco Polo amongst many others. You can listen to my exclusive interview with Pharoahe Monch on the link below, and you can also listen to the new Pharoahe Monch single “Clap (One Day)” on the audio player below.
Pharoahe Monch Interview with Hip-Hop Kings – http://bit.ly/dFecmF
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.
A&S: Affyzzle and Triple S are two artists originally from Ivory Coast (West Africa), but established in San Antonio, TX. We consider ourselves as brothers as we have so much in common. The music we mainly deliver is Rap/Hip Hop but we are really open minded and sometimes try to reach other genres. Since we come from Ivory Coast, our goal is to put our country and our people back on the map and that’s the reason why we’ve created TINTIF(This Is Not The Irish Flag)
HHK: You’ve known each other for years. How important is having chemistry with somebody when releasing music?
Following the exclusive interview with Copywrite, and the release of his album “The Life and Times of Peter Nelson”, Copywrite has a new video for the single “Dont Kill Me”. Directed by RML, the video shows a typically outgoing and outspoken Copywrite entertaining as he does best. You can download Copywrite‘s “Life and Times of Peter Nelson” on the download link below, and you can listen to the exclusive Hip-Hop Kings interview with Copywrite too. Lastly, you can watch Copywrite – Dont Kill Me on the video player below.
Hip-Hop Kings INTERVIEW with Copywrite – http://bit.ly/dJiVRP
I’m proud to present an exclusive interview with Ohio-based rapper CopyWrite. I start the interview by talking about the new album “Life and Times of Peter Nelson” and discuss a couple of tracks (including a Marco Polo collaboration) which didn’t make the final track listing. CopyWrite and I both discuss our personal favourite tracks from the album, before moving onto darker topics including the death of Eyedea, and how CopyWrite dealt with the negative feedback from his tribute single Numb. Lastly we speak about his plans for 2011, and where fans can check for new music and news. Please support CopyWrite by downloading his latest album “Life and Times of Peter Nelson” from the link underneath. You can listen to the exclusive Hip-Hop Kings interview with CopyWrite below.
I’ve been given a great chance to speak with U.K Hip-Hop heavyweight Genesis Elijah for an exclusive interview with Hip-Hop Kings. I speak to Genesis Elijah about the new album “Before I Was Famous” and his personal favourite tracks from the album. We also talk on the direction of U.K Hip-Hop as we head into 2011, and what his plans are (which include a soon-to-come mixtape and another album). You can support Genesis Elijah by downloading his latest album “Before I Was Famous” on the link underneath, and you can also listen to my interview with Genesis Elijah below.
As the Hip-Hop world knows, heavyweight Genesis Elijah is celebrating his new album “Before I Was Famous” with Krate Krusaders. The album was released 6th December and can be downloaded from the link below. The Grime Report ask Genesis Elijah about the content of the album, his favourite collaborations and the current state of U.K Hip-Hop. You can watch The Grime Report interview with Genesis Elijah below.