Review: Guerrilla Republik Scandinavia Recon Tour London


The Bull and Gate in Kentish town played host to Guer­rilla Repub­lik Scand­inavia. With a mix­ture of Scand­inavi­an, Eng­lish and Amer­ic­an based mcs this was truly a glob­al night of hip hop.

Open­ing the show was the host, Amer­ic­an based rap­per and founder of Guer­rilla Repub­lik Scand­inavia, Cap­it­al X. His energy and pas­sion on the mic set the tone for an even­ing of explos­ive per­form­ances from all the acts that fol­lowed. Next to the stage came an onslaught of Lon­don based skill and lyr­i­cism, from Crazy Haze and Mo Alpa­cino to Xidus Pain, who enter­tained the crowd with a skil­ful free­style. Kapwon per­formed a thought pro­vok­ing set, Reveal then spat out thun­der bars and Awate’s power­ful words filled the ears of the audi­ence. All of these acts took the night to the next level with their per­form­ance and word play.

Also per­form­ing on the night was Leth­al Injec­tion, a group made up of rap­pers Sheepy and Yenemesi from Nor­way. They dropped bombs with their rap­id fire and base bump­ing set. Their speed and flow was on super charge. The final act of the night was Amer­ic­an based rap group NBS (Nat­ur­al Born Spit­ters) who kept the hip hop flow­ing till the very end. Of course none of these acts would have been pos­sible without the amaz­ing tal­ent on the mix­er from the one and only DJ Steaz.

As the night came to a close the talk turned to Saturday’s free Lon­don Street Cypher event at Leake Street graf­fiti tun­nel. This was the first but by no means last Lon­don street cypher set up by Kapwon and Guer­rilla Repub­lik Scand­inavia. From the skills of the graf­fiti artists to the lyr­ic­al tal­ent of all the rap­pers this was truly an expres­sion of all things hip hop.

If you could not make these great events make sure you get to the next Guer­rilla Repub­lik Scand­inavia show in Lon­don. To all of you that love all things hip hop you will not be disappointed!!!



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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 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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