… “Black chicks, white chicks and the lighties” – Are “lighties” now considered a separate race within the black community? Anyway Skepta has done a good job of recapturing the early So Solid vibe, sound and visuals alongside the group’s leader Megaman. So good in fact that at first I thought it was Megaman featuring Skepta. I was a So Solid fan so I really like this track. Your thoughts please. Hit or Miss?
I remember when they were looking for models to appear in this video via Twitter. Anyway check out Skepta dressed like Hugh Hefner in the music promo for his latest single Castle. … The Track: Not bad. The Video: Seeing all that smoke coming out of their mouths made me feel nauseous and now my chest hurts. Your thoughts please. Hit or Miss?
….. I can’t quite figure out if old Skepta here expects us to take this new track seriously or if it’s supposed to be a joke. “Me and my black mates and some white niggas” and “Ah wha di bloodclart” What is going on here???? Hahahahahahahaha. Your thoughts please….
Check out the new single from Skepta – Hold On. … The Single – I don’t mind the rapping/production but the hook just sounds cheesy. It actually makes me cringe. The Video – The up and coming 2012 Olympics obviously inspired the director. Your thoughts please. Hit or Miss?
MUSIC INDUSTRY SKULL DUGGERY: JIMMY IOVINE, EMINEM, SKEPTA AND DMCA (DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT) ABUSE
Last week I posted the news that UK artist Skepta’s new single Dare To Dream had been removed from YouTube and passed on to golden boy Eminem by Interscope Records founder Jimmy Iovine (Click HERE to read all about it). And since then it’s been revealed just how this all went down. Website Torrent Freak writes, After “Dare to Dream” was put up on YouTube one of its early listeners was Jimmy Iovine, founder of Interscope records. Recognizing quality, Iovine had plans […]
Several days ago UK artist Skepta announced on Twitter that his new single Dare To Dream had been passed on to Eminem. Just got a f*%king CRAZY email. I don't know if I should be angry or privileged. This explains why the f*%k YouTube took 'Dare To Dream' off — SKEPTA (@Skepta) July 14, 2011 Jimmy Iovine Interscope heard my new single 'Dare To Dream' and decided he wanted to sign it for Eminem hence Universal takin it off YouTube — SKEPTA […]
Click HERE to purchase tickets. Another ‘single’ launch party…they are organising launch parties for everything these days, and it’s not so long ago when launch events were private affairs.
UK Grime artist Skepta’s 4 Play documentary will premiere on Channel 4, on the 29 January at 12:45 AM. Check out the trailer below.