Review: ZooNation’s ‘Some Like It Hip Hop’
Hip Hop is more than a music­al genre, it’s an artist­ic form of expres­sion found through
Review: @DJYodaUK at @TheForumHQ
I got the call to pop down to check out Break­fast of Cham­pi­ons at the For­um.
Review: Talib Kweli (@TalibKweli) Live At Jazz...
The show was star­ted with the DJ mix­ing an unusu­al blend of Hip Hop clas­sics mixed
Review: BabySoul (@babysoulsoa) ft. @KnuckySOA...
Music that speaks on rel­ev­ant issues is, in my opin­ion, the truest form of music. Why? Because it
Review: SELVSSE (@SELVSSE) ‘Needs — Sasha...
Intro­du­cing Selvsse. Hail­ing from South Lon­don with inter­na­tion­al roots, this young pro­du­cer has been...
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
Review: Akala “The Thieves Banquet”
Akala has just released his fourth album entitled The Thieves Ban­quet. Akala’s choice to recor­ded the
Review: @PharoaheMonch At @TheJazzCafe
There are some things in the world of Hip-Hop that are as good as guar­an­teed. Wu-Tang
Review: A Reckoning — De La Soul @ The Forum
Pho­to­graph­er: Aimee Val­in­ski Much like an adolescent’s quiet accept­ance of cor­rec­tion admin­istered...
Review: Breakin’ Convention Park Jam
So to cel­eb­rate 10 years in the game, Breakin’ Con­ven­tion put on their first free Park
Review & Quotes: Assata: An Autobiography...
Assata Shakur’s auto­bi­o­graphy – first pub­lished in 1988 and newly repub­lished this year by Zed Books
Review: Hustlers Convention With Jalal Of The...
Pho­to­graphy By: Rae Smith  Chuck D once described the ground break­ing and genre-cre­at­ing but largely...