Tag: soundtrack to the struggle
As voted by Lowkey fans, the favourite track from the recently released album “Soundtrack to the Struggle” is the album-titled track which features Adnan Al-Radhi. Lowkey has once again surpassed all expectations with his independent release of “Soundtrack to the Struggle” and fans can buy a copy and support Lowkey from the link listed above. Please check the Hip-Hop Kings archives for the other Lowkey promotion prior to the album release, and you can listen to Lowkey ft Adnan Al-Radhi – Soundtrack to the Struggle on the video player below.
Following the release and massive independent success of Lowkey‘s album “Soundtrack to the Struggle”, we have the brand new video for his single “Dear England”. As always Global Faction have directed the video, for the song which features Mai Khalil and is one of the fans’ favourites on “Soundtrack to the Struggle”. Fans can continue to download and support the album by clicking on the download link above, however you can listen to Lowkey – Dear England on the video player below.
As we prepare for Stylah‘s upcoming mixtape “Crash Course 2” the South London resident has teamed up with long time friend and music recording artist Lowkey for their collaborative effort “The Light”. With over 3000 youtube views in the first day, Stylah called upon Morgan Keyz of SBTV for the video. Look out for some other familiar faces, and fans can download Crash Course 2 from www.stylah.tv on 9th October 2011. In the meantime you can watch Stylah ft Lowkey – The Light on the video player below.
In a massive accomplishment for U.K Hip-Hop music, Lowkey has teamed up with the infamous “The Outlawz” for their collaborative track “Da Corner”. The track was uploaded via youtube on July 14th 2011, however this has recently been given a big push as fans await the release of Lowkey‘s forthcoming album “Soundtrack to the Struggle”. Please pre-order the upcoming Lowkey album “Soundtrack to the Struggle” on the link listed above. You can listen to The Outlawz ft Lowkey – Da Corner on the youtube player below.
With over 12000 views since it was uploaded at midnight on September 3rd 2011, here is the video for Lowkey ft M1 (Dead Prez) and Black The Ripper for their collaborative track “Obama Nation 2”. Lowkey will be releasing his album “Soundtrack to the Struggle” on 16th October 2011, and Hip-Hop Kings previously released the track listing and artwork for the album. Soundtrack to the Struggle is one of the most anticipated U.K Hip-Hop released ever, and Lowkey has already leaked a number of tracks from the album which can be found in the Hip-Hop Kings archives, and look out for an official Hip-Hop Kings review coming soon. You can watch Lowkey ft M1 and Black the Ripper – Obama Nation 2 on the video player below.
The most anticipated U.K Hip-Hop album of the year from Lowkey – Soundtrack to the Struggle finally has an official release date (October 16th 2011) and artwork and track listing. Lowkey is not only the most prolific U.K Hip-Hop artist in recent years, but is a political activist and is constantly addressing worldwide issues within his music and lifestyle. The twenty-six track album features some tracks we’ve heard prior to it’s release including Terrorist, Obama Nation and Cradle of Civilisation amongst others. Collaborations with Mai Khalil, Klashnekoff, Immortal Technique and M1 of Dead Prez will see “Soundtrack to the Struggle” break all sorts of independent records and I’m sure be a personal achievement for Lowkey himself. You can view the official artwork and track listing for Lowkey – Soundtrack to the Struggle here.
1. Soundtrack To The Struggle (produced by Nutty P)
2. Too Much ft Shadia Mansour (produced by Nutty P)
3. Voices Of The Voiceless ft Immortal Technique (produced by Sivey)
4. Hand On Your Gun (produced by ShowNProve)
5. Skit 1
6. Terrorist? (produced by Red Skull)
7. Something Wonderful (produced by Red Skull)
8. Dreamers ft Mai Khalil
9. Skit 2
10. Obama Nation (produced by Red Skull)
11. Skit 3
12. Cradle Of Civilisation ft Mai Khalil (produced by Quincey Tones)
13. Skit 4
14. Blood, Sweat and Tears ft Klashnekoff (produced Nutty P)
15. Everything I Am (produced by ShowNProve)
16. Skit 5
17. Long Live Palestine (produced by Nutty P)
18. We Will Rise ft Sanasino (produced by Big G)
19. My Soul (produced by Vendetta)
20. Skit 6
21. The Butterfly Effect (produced by BeatNick & K-Salaam)
22. Obama Nation Part 2 ft M1 (DEAD PREZ), Black The Ripper (produced by Nutty P)
23. Dear England ft Mai Khalil (produced by BeatNick & K-Salaam)
24. Haunted ft Mai Khalil (produced by JetSun)
25. Terrorist? Part 2 ft Crazy Haze & Mai Khalil (produced by Last Resort)
26. Million Man March ft Mai Khalil (produced by Big G)
Category: Upcoming Releases
Lowkey has released another video that was filmed in Cuba with GlobalFaction. The track is the second song released this month from the highly anticipated album “Soundtrack To The Struggle”. The song is called “Too Much” and features vocals from Shadia Mansour.
About Lowkey from Wikipedia.
Lowkey (born Kareem Dennis, 23 May 1986) is a musician, poet, playwright and political activist of English and Iraqi descent. He first came to fame through a series of mixtapes he released before he was 18, before taking a hiatus from the music business. He would return in 2008 with wider music coverage, featured on BBC Radio and appearing at various festivals and concerts including the Electric Proms, Glastonbury, T In The Park and Oxygen in the build up to his first solo album, as well as collaborating with other famous English musicians to form a supergroup called Mongrel.
Once again political activist and superb lyricist Lowkey has released a new video for his single “My Soul”. The video has been shot by none other than Global Faction in Cuba, and it’s now confirmed that My Soul will be taken from the highly anticipated album “Soundtrack to the Struggle”. You can follow Lowkey on Twitter (@LowkeyMusic1) for all the updates, and of course Hip-Hop Kings will be following the promotion of “Soundtrack to the Struggle” too. You can watch Lowkey – My Soul on the video player below.
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.