AP2P All Power To The People Tour London

Last Thursday 23rd May Brix­ton Jamm played host to AP2P aka M.1 from Dead Prez and Bon­not from Assalti Front­ali sup­port­ing this revolu­tion­ary hip hop group were Shadia Man­sour, Cax­ton Press, Aktar­v8r of Asi­an Dub Found­a­tion, DJ Snuff among many more tal­en­ted hip hop artists.

As DJ Snuff star­ted to lay down the heavy beats and the first few acts were fin­ish­ing off Cax­ton Press got the crowd pump­ing with a mix­ture of tracks from their first album Shame the Dev­il and new tracks from their forth com­ing album. Truly one of the best hip hop groups in the game at the moment. Then it was time for the main act AP2P to blow the crowd away. M.1 put his heart into each per­form­ance and when Shadia Man­sour joined him on stage to per­formed El Kofeyye 3Arabeyye you could hear the audi­ence voices rais­ing to the roof. Then AP2P per­formed a mix­ture of tracks from their first album All power to the people and their forth­com­ing album. The energy in the crowed was hyped up and M.1 was on fire. Of course there was a per­form­ance of It’s big­ger than hip hop, which had every­one shout­ing “hip hop, hip hop”.

With acts from England, USA and Ita­ly it was truly an awe­some glob­al night of hip hop. For those of you that love hip hop with a mes­sage make sure down­load AP2P’s album All Power to the people and keep an eye out for both Cax­ton Press and AP2P’s second albums com­ing soon.

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Arash Sharifi

Arash Shari­fi

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Arash Sharifi

Arash Sharifi

Arash has been pas­sion­ate about Hip hop for many years. He believes through hip hop you can teach, edu­cate and empower people to become bet­ter ver­sions of them­selves and help and sup­port their com­munity and oth­ers. Hip hop is more than just music, it can be a teach­er to us all.

About Arash Sharifi

Arash Sharifi
Arash has been passionate about Hip hop for many years. He believes through hip hop you can teach, educate and empower people to become better versions of themselves and help and support their community and others. Hip hop is more than just music, it can be a teacher to us all.

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