Tag: Rhyme Asylum
Following MONTHS of excitement and anticipation, we have the highlights for arguably the biggest football match of recent years. Chino AllStars vs EandDaniels FC has been marked in calendars across the world, and the epic battle commenced at Finsbury Park on June 29th 2013. Chino Wenger and Sir Alex Firtserson picked their respective squads prior to match day, with the view of winning the illustrious LewyDaniels Cup. Featured players include Mr 13, Just P, Theme, Skirmish (Rhyme Asylum) and Tony D among others. Watch the epic #LewyDanielsCup Vol. 1 video in HD on the YouTube player below.
Rhyme Asylum Interview + Skirmish Freestyle | http://bit.ly/T78e3P
Fans have been calling out for some Skirmish solo material for a while, so here is the brand new track from the Rhyme Asylum member titled “Now and Then”. Credits go to Cruger and Liam Bagnall of Don’t Flop Films for filming and editing the video, which is set to be supported by all of the U.K Hip-Hop and Urban publications. We don’t have any news about a forthcoming solo or group album from Skirmish and Rhyme Asylum, however watch this space as we head into 2013 and Hip-Hop Kings will be updating you first. You can watch the Rhyme Asylum interview and Skirmish freestyle for Hip-Hop Kings on the link listed above, however you can watch Skirmish – Now and Then on the youtube player below.
The latest Hip-Hop Kings exclusive saw myself and Creation (@CreationBeats) meet with U.K Hip-Hop legends Rhyme Asylum for a brand new freestyle and interview. Rhyme Asylum had just finished their set at the last ever Beats and Pieces held in Huddersfield, and I was quick to ask about the new music that fans can be expecting in 2012. Rhyme Asylum also discuss their personal favourite tracks from albums “State of Lunacy” and “Solitary Confinement” and what they’ve been doing since the last release in 2012. You can view more great interviews and freestyles on the official Hip-Hop Kings YouTube page, however you can watch the Rhyme Asylum Freestyle and Interview with Hip-Hop Kings below.
Rhyme Asylum Event (Facebook Group) http://on.fb.me/Hf131Q
U.K Hip-Hop heavyweights Rhyme Asylum are set to perform a one-off gig in Huddersfield at Bar 1:22 on Friday 27th April. Rhyme Asylum (State of Lunacy and Solitary Confinement) will be supported by Spida Lee, who will be also celebrating his forthcoming “Carriacou Jack 99%” album launch party, amongst a list of other artists. Beats and Pieces is hosted by beatboxer and producer Megamouth and is the home to DTTS (Dont Talk to Strangers). You can view the official artwork and flyer, along with the Facebook group (link above) to Beats and Pieces Present Rhyme Asylum live here.
Here is the brand new video for a song that was originally recorded years ago from Manage (Caxton Press) and Skirmish (Rhyme Asylum) for their single “Hold You Down”. Dedicated to their fans, Manage and Skirmish decided to film the video with the help from Leng T’Che Productions who are credited for directing, and Think who originally produced the track. Both Caxton Press and Rhyme Asylum are supporting the Jedi Mind Tricks on Tuesday 14th Feburary (event info on link above) so make sure you’ve booked your tickets early. You can view the official flyer for the event above, however you can watch Manage Ft Skirmish (Caxton Press / Rhyme Asylum) – Hold You Down on the video player below.
The infamous Jedi Mind Tricks are soon to be blessing the stage in London and Manchester as part of their Violence Begets Violence tour. In London, Jedi Mind Tricks will be supported by Caxton Press and Rhyme Asylum in London on Tuesday 14th February, and DJ’s 279 and DJ Snuff and will be hosted by Mystro. On Wednesday 15th in Manchester, This Is Hip Hop and Don’t Flop present Jedi Mind Tricks, with an event that will be opened by an eight-man freestyle battle tournament. Look out for some familiar names on the night. Tickets for the respective shows can be bought using the links listed at the top of the page, and fans can also expect a Jedi Mind Tricks / Hip-Hop Kings interview in the very near future. You can also watch Jedi Mind Tricks – Design in Malice on the video player below.
In conjunction with Vinylism.de, This release exhibits 8 of the most banging tracks taken from Rhyme Asylum‘s ‘Solitary Confinement’ album on a high quality, professionally mastered, limited edition 12″ vinyl which is a must have for any serious Rhyme Asylum fan! The record is available to buy right now from www.rhymeasylum.com/vinyl.html, and you can view the A and B side’s below.
01. For The Hate
02. Event Horizon feat. Crooked I
03. Strange Deranged feat. Reain
04. The Art Of Raw
06. Straight Jacket Immortals
07. Open Mic Surgery feat. DarkStar & Ill Bill
08. Life Support
The tale of Rhyme Asylum is something we’ll be repeating to our grandchildren when asked about the true identity of 21st century U.K Hip-Hop. After earning their stripes through a series of Real Deal Open Mic sessions, Possessed, Psiklone and Skirmish collectively form Rhyme Asylum which is now a nationally recognised brand. Solitary Confinement is the brand new album which is released off the back of their debut “State of Lunacy” in 2008. The album was credited as lyrically ground breaking, and ultimately set Rhyme Asylum a bar above the rest.
Mr Montana and Menace broadcast one of the most popular underground Hip-Hop radio stations in the world. Conspiracy Radio is completely uncensored and feature the biggest Hip-Hop artists every week. The Alchemist and Crooked I feature with exclusives on this weeks show, and Rhyme Asylum speak on their upcoming record. You can listen to Conspiracy Radio Worldwide - The Alchemist x Rhyme Asylum x Crooked I Special on the link below.
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