After releasing their latest E.P “Bulletin”, eight-piece Hip-Hop band Lazy Habits film an exclusive interview with Hip-Hop Kings. The London based collective speak about the E.P and how they overcome creative differences when recording in the studio, and promoting their projects to the public. Lazy Habits were also booked to perform with Doom, and explain what it was like sharing the stage with him, and their involvement with other artists and bands within the U.K Hip-Hop scene. Make sure you subscribe to the Hip-Hop Kings Youtube Channel for more high quality content, or subscribe to the mailing list to get the new Hip-Hop Kings exclusives first. You can watch the Lazy Habits interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the youtube player below.
During the Immortal Technique and Rebel Arms tour of the U.K, Hip-Hop Kings managed to speak with Immortal Technique and Poison Pen before their show in Manchester in a brand new exclusive interview. Topical questions on the recent US Election and his music were asked (including questions on Revolutionary Volume 3), amongst other questions submitted by fans which included battle rap and future plans. Make sure you subscribe to the Hip-Hop Kings Youtube Channel for more high quality and exclusive content using the link above, however you can watch the Immortal Technique and Poison Pen Interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the youtube player below.
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Following the release of Hilltop Hoods‘ album “Drinking from the Sun” the Australian Hip-Hop outfit have released the official video for the single “Rattling the Keys to the Kingdom”. Hilltop Hoods were recently interviewed by Hip-Hop Kings during their London show (live above) and speak in depth about the album and their personal favourite tracks from the project. Hilltop Hoods have called upon countless of Australian Hip-Hop artists, labels, DJ’s and producers to feature in the new video, as a sign of unity. You can watch Hilltop Hoods – Rattling the Keys to the Kingdom on the youtube player below.
The Grime Report recently caught up with Stylah who discussed his first mixtape “The Prince of Thieves” and how he sold 25,000 copies independently. Stylah speaks on his personal facourite track, and then follows up with speaking about his “Crash Course” mixtape. Stylah speaks on his inspirations behind the mixtapes and his influences in the content on the records. The Grime Report will be speaking with more U.K Hip-Hop artists in the “My First Mixtape” series, so make sure you subscribe to their youtube channel (link above) to watch them first. You can watch Stylah – My First Mixtape – The Grime Report Interview below.
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Australian Hip-Hop group Hilltop Hoods spoke with Ryan Maxwell of Hip-Hop Kings in an exclusive new interview during their tour of the U.K. Hilltop Hoods are asked about the new album “Drinking from the Sun” and their personal favourite tracks from the album. Hilltop Hoods also speak on their collaborations with the likes of Classified, Pharoahe Monch and others, along with their real feelings on touring and the music making process. Make sure you watch our other video “Hilltop Hoods in London” on the link above, however you can watch the Hilltop Hoods interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the youtube player below.
During the Wu Legends tour of the U.K, Ryan Maxwell of Hip-Hop Kings met with Raekwon in Manchester during the afterparty at Antwerp Mansions. Raekwon is asked about any upcoming music from him as a solo artist, and any planned collaborations with the Wu Tang (Check Wu Block here -http://bit.ly/ODSGUF). Raekwon is also asked about his label Ice/H20 and which artists he’s pushing at the moment. Lastly Raekwon speaks about which underground artists are inspiring him, and shouts out Hip-Hop Kings at the end. You can watch the Raekwon interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the youtube player below.
One of the two rappers from Hip-Hop/Rock group Kings of the City (Kayo Ken) joins Ryan Maxwell of Hip-Hop Kings for a brand new interview, and records an exclusive freestyle too. Kayo Ken explains the basics of the group Kings of the City, the past music they’ve released, and his experience on touring with Maverick Sabre. Make sure you visit http://www.hip-hopkings.com for more Kings of the City and Kayo Ken solo material, and look out for an upcoming track with Klashnekoff in the near future. You can watch the Kayo Ken (Kings of the City) Freestyle and Interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the youtube player below.
To this day I still feel Tonedeff is a highly underrated lyricist and all around MC. The Qn5 rapper has recently announced he’ll be releasing his upcoming album “Polymer”, and to support the release we have the second live Q and A from Tonedeff answering questions directly from fans. Promoted through Livestream (link above) Tonedeff speaks on his tour with Cunninlynguists, amongst a massive conversation with fans which lasts over 60 minutes. Fans of Tonedeff are in for a treat, and you can watch the Tonedeff Livestream Q and A Part 2.
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Taken from the recently released “The Kinesis Thesis Vol.3″, Kinetik returns with the video for his single “Here We Go”. Kinetik has teamed up with U.K heavyweight Micall Parknsun for the single, which is widely regarded as one of the best tracks on The Kinesis Thesis Vol.3. Fans can download the mixtape for free using the link above, and Hip-Hop Kings have already posted a number of tracks including “Year of the Underdog Remix”, “Number 3″ and “Nothing Lasts Forever”. You can also look at the Kinetik Interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the link above, however you can watch Kinetik ft Micall Parknsun – Here We Go on the youtube player below.
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Here is a brand new exclusive interview with Ti2bs (aka Mr Ti2bs) with Ryan Maxwell of Hip-Hop Kings. Ti2bs speaks about his upcoming mixtape Super Ti2bs, and the lead single which features U.K heavyweight Sway called “Black Diamond”. Ti2bs also speaks on his musical influences, which include the likes of Skinnyman and Chester P. Make sure you check back with Hip-Hop Kings to download your copy of Super Ti2bs, however in the meantime you can watch the Ti2bs Interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the youtube player below.