Sunday, 28 December 2008
Sunday, 16 November 2008
Monday, 10 November 2008
Didn't use vocal version...but then they aren't cool enough anyway..
Much props to tom young for hooking it up.
Sunday, 9 November 2008
Saturday, 8 November 2008
Close friend of Rapsploitation Sessions and 2 time appearer, Conspicuous has teamed up with UK Hip HOp Super producer to release "The Get Together" LP.
Always an artist you can depend on for high quality releases....the get together is now different.
You can check it out and buy it @ http://www.suspect-packages.com/artists/a-f/evil_ed__conspicuous.php
Tuesday, 28 October 2008
Check it out below or on http://certifiedbanger.blogspot.com/2008/10/rapsploitation-sessions-va-jimmy-green.html
'Rapsploitation Sessions' - VA - Jimmy Green & Truth (compilation review)
Do not sleep on this release. One of a few compilation/mix CDs around this moment, this one won’t disappoint. Featuring tracks from artists who have performed at Ipswich’s only Hip Hop night Rapsploitation Sessions it’s clear that Truth and Jimmy Green have good taste in music.
The artist album tracks here are the cream of the crop: Mr. Drastick’s Chemo produced ‘Give it Up’, Def Tex’s ‘Bomber’, SonnyJim’s ‘Next Generation’, Reain’s ‘Rap Game’…the list goes on. It’s great to hear a load of good familiar tracks in sequence as chosen by someone else - saves me ripping and burning my own CD. From an album I’ve not yet heard; Precise Da Analyzer and Dubbledge get hilariously mean on ‘Neverland’ (“You’ll never be friends like Joey’s new sitcom”).
The non-album tracks stand up to the already released tunes and there are a couple of proper stand outs. Kosyne’s ‘A Tale of a Tenner’ proves that he’s one to watch as he spins a sordid yarn of crime concerning one ten pound note. Ghost, Verb T and Kashmere debut as Invisible Inc on the lovely end-of-night chill-out vibes of ‘Invisible Inc Theme’. Even host Truth steps up with ‘Body of Work’, produced by Jimmy Green, the CD’s DJ. The new Vinyl Dialect cut ‘Spray’ proves they’ve truly refined their sound whilst preserving the curveball rhymes.
I could go on describing the merits of each of the track on here, I’ve not even mentioned the tunes by Sir Smurf Lil’, Verb T, Stylah, Conspicuous and all the other heads on this release. ‘Rapsploitation Sessions’ is a varied but perfectly sequenced collection of some of the newer stars of UK rap. This one I really will bump repeatedly.
It’s out now on P.Found Music and can be gotten over at Suspect Packages for a barge-in £6.99. I’d buy it so you should too man.
Tuesday, 21 October 2008
Following the recent Rapsploitation live shows comes this new compilation CD, mixed by resident DJ/ Ipswich hip hop aficionado Jimmy Green and hosted by award winning MC Truth. If you missed out first time round, the idea was to bring the best of UK underground hip-hop and showcase it alongside the best Ipswich has to offer. And now here's the same deal on your CD player. The standard is blistering, with standout tracks Next Generation by Sonny Jim, Rap Game by Reain and the infectious soul rap One Of Them Days remix by Conspicuous the Coroner all proving that P.Found have great taste in music. Just as important, however are tracks from local boys Truth and Vinyl Dialect, which pack as much punch as any of them. The production's patchy in places but that's a minor fault considering these guys are single handedly putting Ipswich hip-hop on the map.
Wednesday, 15 October 2008
Monday, 13 October 2008
If the launch was anything to go by, it's gunna be another dope release from the Natural Born Spitter........check the video's below for previews.
Sunday, 12 October 2008
Good friend of Rapsploitation Sessionns (two times appearer), Sir Smurf Lil's new album is soon to be released on YNR Records.
The launch night is on the 22nd of October so if you're in london i suggest you make ya way down to the Rhythm Factory. If the new album is half as good as Smurfs First, "MyAlpha" we're in for a treat.
Thursday, 9 October 2008
Rapsploitation Sessions Mix CD now available @ www.Suspectpackages.com
Shouts out to Disorda for supporting!
Here's what they had to say about it:
posted on 09/10/2008 by disorda
P Found Music and Ipswich based club night Rapsploitation Sessions drop a hefty mix CD on us, dropping gems from a whole host of high profile artists that have graced the stage at the infamous event. It's mixed by Jimmy Green and hosted by Truth and features the likes of Stylah, Conflix, Sonny Jim, Invisible Inc, S-Type & Logan, Sir Smurf Lil', Mr Drastick, Skrein and a bunch more heads, good stuff...
Saturday, 4 October 2008
Birmingham MC, Sonnyjim has appeared at Rapsploitation Sessions twice alongside his partner in rhyme and has just released his new mix CD.......one track, "Next Generation" also features on the Rapsploitation Sessions mix CD (buy on the right>>)
Featuring Foreign Beggars, Soweto Kinch, Kashmere, Jehst, Cappo, Verbal Kent, Stig Of The Dump and many more!.
Production by Beat Butcha, Chemo, Kelakovski, Kosyne, Jon Phonics and many more.
Avaliable directly as a Digipack CD for £9 including postage and packing.
Package deals available direct from the eat good website.
Alternatively you can purchase on-line at the following retailers
iTunes | Napster | Tesco
7 Digital | Juno | TuneTribe | Nokia Music
Right click here and save for a snippet of the mixtape
Right click here and save for the Sonnyjim spotlight on Sarah Love's hip hop M1X show
Thank you for your continued support.
EAT GOOD RECORDS
http://www. myspace. com/sonnyjim01
Sunday, 17 August 2008
We started by welcoming back Pikey to the switch after his vacation in the big smoke... to celebrate his return he hit us with a short set of new beatbox material! Sounding better than ever he rocked the crowd with his trademark performance styyyyyyle......greeeeeeeat.
Sunday, 3 August 2008
P.Found Music Presents Rapsploitation Sessions Mix CD Volume 1 (PFM001)
Mixed By Jimmy Green, Hosted by Truth
Full track list and previews can be heard @ www.myspace.com/pfoundmusic
2. Give It Up - Mr Drastick
3. Bomber - Def Tex
4. Next Generation - SonnyJim
5. Rap Game - Reain
6. Runway - Logan + S-Type
7. Invisible Theme - Invisible Inc
8. Take Form - Green Bank Formula
9. Body Of Work - Truth
11. One Of Them Days remix - Conspicuous The Coroner ( Stype & Jaisu remix)
12. Not Cool - DPF
13. More Forward - TB + Jon Phonics
14. Skrizzle - Skrein
15. A Tale Of A Tenner - Kosyne
16. Neverland - Precise + Dubbledge
17. Spray - Vinyl Dialect
18. So What's The Deal? - Sir Smurf lil
19. The Girl Is Mine - Stylah ft. Tony D
20. Remember - Jon Phonics ft. TB, Sir Smurf Lil, Raggo Zulu Rebel
21. Where We Headed - Verb T & Last Skeptik
22. Lemonade - Conflix
You can buy online via paypal for 5 Pounds + P&P
*for some reason the paypal code isn't working on blogspot right now so cop it from www.myspace.com/pfoundmusic !! thank you, sorryfor the inconvenience**
If you live in Ipswich area pick one up from Black Sheep Clothing, The Swan, Millsams, Westworld, Out Of Time. It will be available on a national level soon through the usually independant retailers.
Thanks for your support Truth & The P.Found Music/Rapsploitation Sessions Crew!
Next Rapsploitation Sessions - Mr Drastick & Guests w/ support from Gully Regiment 14th August @ The Swan, Central Ipswich. 4 POUND
Friday, 18 July 2008
In a non stop headnodding & neckbreaking set of boom bip hip hop, Chrome demonstrated his skills on the rhymes, cuts and beatboxing! Featuring guests performances from Ill Inspired and Truth (blink and you'd have missed em), chrome killed it with one of the tightest party rocking sets you'll have seen in a minute!
A few minutes later Kashmere took to the stage who also brought a few friends with him such as Ghost, Maz the red monkey & Cross Bone T who warmed up the crowd for kashmere with a few dope tracks of his own!
Video's coming soon...
Wednesday, 2 July 2008
Seasoned Battle MC Kulez finally releases his long awaited mix cd "On Da Stand". He is the only british MC to compete in scriblle Jam and has battled in competitions such as Fight Klub, Jumpoff & many more. The CD features a load of dope tracks (incluidng "World In My Hands" featuring P.Found Music artist Truth). But it now @ www.myspace.com/kulez. His new single "Smell The Tea" will be available on Itunes in the coming weeks!
Friday, 20 June 2008
Tuesday, 17 June 2008
Recorded @ LIPA Studios.
Check it out @ http://www.myspace.com/reggierhythm
Saturday, 7 June 2008
Gotta spread the gospel..improve your life a little...
my homie Rise's 7" is finally out, released by the good peoples @ Futurista Music.
You can hear some of his music @ www.myspace.com/risehiphop and cop the release straight from the distributor @
Go on, give it a go, you might just like it!
Sunday, 1 June 2008
Friday, 23 May 2008
Wassup, please introduce each of yourself to the readers….
Ghost aka Oddfellow aka Geesus Host, illusive producer. Verbal Thomas aka Big Daddy Verbs, of course Verb T. Kashmere the crackhead aka Iguanaman aka Iguana 7 aka Iguanadon aka bitch shut the fuck up and take this cock!
You guys have been doing a lot of work together over the years so it’s not a huge surprise to see you working on a group project. What was the tipping point that made you decide to actually form as a group?
The group has been there for a while really, we started doing live show’s together sometime in 2003. From then we were all working on other solo projects but after the link was initially made we continued to perform live as a unit. We all got on and had the same vibes so it seemed a natural progression. The first time Invisible Inc came together on a track was for Ghost’s album. A strange irony occurred after we’d chosen the name when we were called in for a medical experiment conducted by an unknown agency.
Kashmere: Fuck I don’t know i'm just here for the bitches and fast cars. Word.
Where does the name Invisible Inc come from?
The name originated from several sources, Kashmere’s Raw styles vol 2 EP was Kashmere aka Invisible Man, as we were working together we all felt a connection from the idea behind the Invisible Man theme and decided for all 3 of us working together we could use the Invisible Men. Invisible Inc is really the extension of the Invisible Men, it’s us as the Invisible Men and other artists involved with us.
It’s often that “super-groups” are talked about but never materialise. What do you think makes you guys different?
This is not 3 guys being put together to do an album, we’re just bringing to people now what we’ve been doing for a while, which is working with each other. If you look back at our discogs you’ll see that. Plus we all get on so there’s no bullshit, apart from the time Kerry Katona was playing us off against each other to be her main squeeze in the Iceland adverts. Kashmere was drawn to her ‘irresistible titties’, Verbs’ more of an arse man so that died down. Ghost was too busy macking hoes to care.
The first track that people may have heard is the Invisible Inc Theme. Ghost, the production on that is a lot different to your previous 12”s and the beats on your album “Seldom Seen Often Heard”. Is that song a true representation of the direction in which this album is going in, production wise?
In that it’s more electronic yes, it gives a hint of what’s to come on the album. But we’re not giving too much away just yet, there’ll be more exclusive taster’s to come before the album is released. But we decided it was time to do something different and push ourselves forward.
What are you using nowadays, equipment wise or is that a big secret?
Mostly the recorder and a guitar synth. I’m just investing in a recorder synth as well. Verbs has also produced tracks for the album, he uses a customised washboard and a triangle with a bassoon. Kashmere didn’t want to be left out, he dropped baselines with his right hand and left armpit.
G: I use my MPC 2000XL, Micro Korg, lots of software synths, Nuendo, a small desk, Rode NT1 mic, dbx pre amp and my brain.
V: I use an MPC 1000, Nord and also my brain.
I understand, features wise you’ve got Dubbledge and Asaviour confirmed for it. You’ve done a lot of work with these guys between you, particularly with Asaviour. If there was anyone you can get, no boundaries, dead or alive who would you have wanted to get on the album?
Jesus, JFK, Gandhi, Sugar Free, Sugar Ray Leonard, Busta Rhymes, Beefy and Taz, Dr Dre, Speak the Hungarian Rapper and all of our Black Brothers, come on. Run DMC, Eddy ‘The Eagle’ Edwards
You are also some of the most prominent artists in UK, releasing regular solo material. Was it difficult to fit this album in around your own solo work?
Yes, we don’t sleep at all, we also work in a circus taming lions and providing councilling for disillusioned clowns. To be a serious for a minute, when you’re working off inspiration everything comes to you easily and I think we were all inspired when making this project.
What label is the album coming out on and what are your expectations for it? How would you gauge it’s success?
We’re gonna probably have a 8 figure deal and be global stars anything less would be a disappointment, but on the plus side Calvin Harris and Lily Allen love us. It’s one of those situations where we want to make sure whoever releases this project understands this is a serious project, despite our childish antics in the interview! We have time to make sure whoever puts the album out will be doing so in the correct way, with the right promotion, distribution and most importantly vision of what can be achieved.
Since it’s early days regarding 08, what music are you looking forward to hearing coming out this year?
The Kashmere album, the Ghost album and the Verb T album, oh yeah and the Invisible Inc album, nothing else. Nothing.
Thanks for the interview….any thing else you’d like to say?
Jokes aside lots of love goes to all our fans and supporter’s all over the world.
Big shout to you for the questions and supporting the movement and music.
One last thing, we’re here to make good music have some fun and enjoy ourselves, along the way we’ll put some serious messages into our music cause you gotta represent all the angles, but if you can’t come out smiling and enjoy what you do what’s the fucking point.
Check out Invisible Inc @ www.myspace.com/officialinvisibleinc
Sunday, 18 May 2008
DPF is one of the most unique and talented MC"s these shores have to offer....so check out the long overdue Full length called "It'll Never Catch On" on Son Records, produced by Tommy Temper & Mr Laws....you can hear a glimpse of what to expect @ www.myspace.com/deepyef
I'd also like to urge you to ignore the idiotic comparisons made to him in certain reviews.....but here are some other people saying how great it is aswell.....
www.hhcmagazine.com (4* in recent HHC magazine)
Interview with the man:
So yeah, go buy it, innit! Or the boogie man dem will come round
Friday, 16 May 2008
Pre-Order the RAPSPLOITATION SESSIONS MIX CD
£5 + p&p
Will Be shipped out 29th May!
£5 + £1 p&p