Tag: The Last Skeptik
July 2nd 2012 marks the release of Rewd Adams and The Last Skeptik’s album “How Not to Make a Living”, and the upcoming album is now available for pre-order from the link listed above. The twelve track album is priced at £6.99 and is twelve tracks strong, with features from DJ Mr Thing, Mai Khalil, and a UK monster of a track with Stylah, Little Dee, Awate and Ramson Badbonez. Rewd Adams was interviewed previously on Hip-Hop Kings following the release of “Rewd Awakening” which was highly regarded as one of the best releases of 2011. You can also watch the video for the lead single off the project titled “Everything’s OK” on the youtube player below.
I’m excited to share news that Rewd Adams is back, and he’s called upon The Last Skeptik and DJ Mr Thing for the video for his single “Bring It Back”. Rewd Adams will be releasing Bring It Back on May 7th 2012, and credits go to RoadSound for filming and editing the video. Fans of Hip-Hop Kings will be familiar with Rewd Adams from the album “Rewd Awakening” that we heavily supported towards the end of 2010 / beginning of 2011. Fans can also look out for singles Everythings OK and Nukey which will also be released on May 7th, however you can watch the new video from Rewd Adams and The Last Skeptik ft DJ Mr Thing – Bring It Back on the youtube player below.
Following on from his critically acclaimed remix project “Same Day Different Shit”, DJ and producer The Last Skeptik has dropped another cross-genre track which features The Gorillaz and De La Soul. The Last Skeptik also remixes “Melancholy” by the Gorillaz which can be found on the new album. You can listen to Gorillaz x De La Soul x The Last Skeptik – Super Fast Jellyfish on the player below.
One of the most talked about upcoming releases is the new album from The Last Skeptik called “Same Day Different Shit”. Available from 21st June 2010, the distribution will be handled by the HipHop Village, and features the likes of Eslam Jawaards for a remixed track, along with Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. Same Day Different Shit will be available from iTunes and all the other popular online outlets. You can view the artwork for The Last Skeptik – Same Day Different Shit below.
Category: Upcoming Releases
I’m very excited to announce a brand new show from The Last Skeptik and the Quarter Life Crisis Party. Performing at The Queen of Hoxton in London, tickets are free before 9.00. Guest DJ’s and rappers on the night would be DJ Skitz, Jehst, DJ IQ, The Last Skeptik, and the Spin Doctor. In celebration of reaching twenty-five years old, The Last Skeptik will be putting on a show that won’t be forgotten. You can view the link to the Facebook event and the event flyer below.