NEW MUSIC | VICE VERSES (@ViceVersesEOW) DROPS EP ‘VDAY’ (All The Best Self Righteousness)

With the cur­rent state of “rap” music, it’s seems as the MC is get­ting under appre­ci­ated. Vice Verses has decide to change that!  With his latest pro­ject ‘VDay’ the Vet­er­an lyr­i­cist takes aim at all that is mumble rap! Cur­ated by the the icon­ic film V for Ven­detta, Vice weaves togeth­er mes­sages that serve as food for thought while still deliv­er­ing his sig­na­ture aggress­ive style to put the world on notice!  This 6 song Ep is the first in the VDay series with EP2 drop­ping on Vet­er­ans Day. Songs like “Tell-Lie-Vis­ion” cau­tion the listen to “don’t become a fiend to the screen” on the Song “Like Me” he clearly and clev­erly explains that there will Nev­er be any­one quite like Vice! From his extens­ive exper­i­ence as a per­former, to his busi­ness savvy as one of the Own­ers and Co-founders of the legendary E.O.W. (End Of the Weak) Vice is pre­pared to make a huge state­ment with All the best self right­eous­ness.  With pro­duc­tion from the Incom­par­able 4Do­lo, this pro­ject plays straight through for 25 mins of theat­er! This is the first of a long line of pro­jects from OZent. Stay tuned HIPHOP! The Idea Fact­ory is open for busi­ness!

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Apex Zero

Apex Zero

Apex Zero is an emcee and beat maker who has been express­ing his anti-polit­ic­al views and extend­ing his work towards defin­ing, inspir­ing and cre­at­ing last­ing change through Hip Hop for over a dec­ade. Apex has been work­ing with grass­roots and mil­it­ant organ­isa­tions, edu­cat­ing him­self and oth­ers, organ­ising and build­ing towards over­turn­ing the oppress­ive mech­an­ism at large since his mid-teens, around the same time that he entered London’s under­ground Hip Hop scene as part of his crew, First and Last with his brother OMeza Omni­scient. Years of earn­ing respect and enhan­cing their repu­ta­tion, which lead to col­lab­or­a­tions and work­ing rela­tion­ships with many of the scenes most prom­in­ent artists and organ­isa­tions, mani­fes­ted in the Octo­ber 2013 release of Apex’s debut solo album ‘Real­ity Pro­vok­ing Lib­er­a­tion’. The 15 tracks of self-described ‘Neo-Hard­core Hip Hop’ gathered inter­na­tion­al acclaim from both fans and crit­ics, fur­ther enhan­cing Apex’s repu­ta­tion as one of the strongest and clearest voices in anti-polit­ic­al, ‘revolu­tion­ary’ Hip Hop in the UK. Based in Beijing, China since 2014, Apex has been trav­el­ling out­side of the UK, seek­ing new per­spect­ives and aim­ing at enhan­cing his out­look, explor­ing dif­fer­ent soci­et­ies, con­nect­ing with Hip Hop heads, act­iv­ists and schol­ars world­wide. Like his music, his writ­ing is often an exten­sion of his ideas and efforts to effect change in the world whil­st enhan­cing and elev­at­ing both the cul­ture of Hip Hop and the people who embody it.

About Apex Zero

Apex Zero
Apex Zero is an emcee and beat maker who has been expressing his anti-political views and extending his work towards defining, inspiring and creating lasting change through Hip Hop for over a decade. Apex has been working with grassroots and militant organisations, educating himself and others, organising and building towards overturning the oppressive mechanism at large since his mid-teens, around the same time that he entered London’s underground Hip Hop scene as part of his crew, First and Last with his brother OMeza Omniscient. Years of earning respect and enhancing their reputation, which lead to collaborations and working relationships with many of the scenes most prominent artists and organisations, manifested in the October 2013 release of Apex’s debut solo album ‘Reality Provoking Liberation’. The 15 tracks of self-described ‘Neo-Hardcore Hip Hop’ gathered international acclaim from both fans and critics, further enhancing Apex’s reputation as one of the strongest and clearest voices in anti-political, ‘revolutionary’ Hip Hop in the UK. Based in Beijing, China since 2014, Apex has been travelling outside of the UK, seeking new perspectives and aiming at enhancing his outlook, exploring different societies, connecting with Hip Hop heads, activists and scholars worldwide. Like his music, his writing is often an extension of his ideas and efforts to effect change in the world whilst enhancing and elevating both the culture of Hip Hop and the people who embody it.