Bio: Thanks to his impressive wordplay and complex delivery, English Frank has garnered many new fans that see him as UK rap’s latest sensation. However, the South Londoner has worked his way up the UK hip-hop tree for many, many years, beginning to make waves on the underground under the alias Frantic Frank and working as part of a collaborative named the Kraftsman, he rapidly began to make an impact for his rapid, aggressive and eloquent delivery of some the harsh realities of London life. his lyrics depict a man surviving and trying to prosper amongst a world of criminality, without ever glamourising the lifestyle.
The Brixton based rapper, is now heavily featured in the UK underground scene and has even entered the film industry playing a role in the 2012 movie Offender directed by Ron Scappello and Paul Van Hunt producer Anuva Hood, with his online videos receiving over a million views and performances across the UK an europe, it is clear the English Frank has captured a widespread following.
Listen to Frank (2012)
Bio: Deadly Hunta brings immense raw energy to his performances, fusing Dancehall, Hip hop and Reggae, gripping audiences worldwide with the power of his dynamic lyrics. From backing Reggae legends such as Buju Banton and Hip Hop legends such as Wu Tang and Ice T, to performing alongside the Supernaturals on there US tour, Deadly has built up huge credibility throughout the UK Hip Hop and Reggae scenes. This is evident from the response received after touring with DJ Skitz on the homegrown tour as well as the reaction from the crowds at the LoveBox festival, Womad and the audience at the BBC Electric Proms. Deadly is showing no signs of slowing down: the release of his debut single “Talk Out Load” has received massive airplay on Sky Soccer AM show, the music video for “Talk Out Load” has been playlisted on MTVBase and Channel U as well as getting airplay on many of the pirate radio stations throughout London and the UK.
Speak my Mind (2012)
Bio: Akala began his career as a Grime artist, but has moved away from the genre over time and has become a conscientious hip hop artist, with many tracks containing heavily researched historical facts and deep messages. Akala’s lyrics focus upon social class struggle, social conditioning and alienation among the disenfranchised. Many people see him as a force in the U.K underground scene and a driving factor in a new generation of British Music that focuses upon disseminating ideas of real social change, whilst also exposing harsh truths of the British and Western social systems through his lyrics.
The war Mixtape (2004)
A Little Darker (2006)
The war Mixtape vol 2(2008) Knowledge Is Power (2012)