Posts Tagged ‘UK’

from his official site:

‘A modern pioneer in the conscious music movement. Co-founder and general, of the People’s Army; Logic has managed drive a disturbance through UK Hip-Hop and make real music proud. His energy is felt by all, even in his slowest and most relaxing songs as his lyrics tear your heart apart with facts on the reality of life.’

http://www.officiallogic.com/

Call for revolution Featuring Elz Boogie & Renee Soul

‘This is our nation’



For my people

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Klashnekoff

Posted: March 1, 2013 in Music
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I love the way Klashnekoff spits politics, its not exactly in your face and obvious, rather its cleverly blended within his genius lyrics. Furthermore, its inspirational, calling us all to action!

http://klashnekoff.tumblr.com/

Revolution (will not be televised on channel U)

Church Intro

Get It Too

‘you got to work hard and make, cos you can get it too, dont fuck about cos you can get it too’

Jehst

Posted: February 27, 2013 in Music
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Delivered with style. Jehst dropped out of college and started his own label, Young and restless (YNR) to launch his debut album (1999) and is now an international artist. His rhymes are complex and his music production compliments it well .

http://www.ynr-productions.co.uk/web/artists.php?artist_id=2

England

City of industry



Braintax – The grip Produced by Jehst

Lyrics by Braintax and music by Jehst, Had to include this for obvious reasons… ‘I try to think about the positive things, one love, no queen, one god no king!’

Titanium – Hit em hard productions

Posted: February 26, 2013 in Music
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Political UK Hip Hop from Hull, East Yorkshire. As my girlfriend said ‘they say it how it is…

Home as a prison

CCTV

Lazy Nation


Living nice for a day

Skinnyman was the first UK rapper I heard whose lyrics focused on the struggle of the British working class. The album (same name as song) gave me a lot of comfort – finally someone was rapping about issues familiar to me. I had been waiting for this album for a long time and it had a massive impact on my life, inspiring me to start writing lyrics as well as getting me into UK Hip Hop (I’d stopped listening to US Hip Hop years before this, simply because I couldn’t fully relate to it)