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Old 08-04-2005, 09:11 AM   #14
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Default Re: UK Hip-Hop

I think Dizzee (and Sway) are on the more garagey side of UK hip-hop - not really my thing although I'd never say he was crap (all those trying to sound like him are another story).

I recommend anyone interested checks out these albums:

Task Force - Music From The Corner 3
Skinnyman - Council Estate Of Mind
Foreign Beggars - Asylum Speakers

There's been loads of producers holdin it up for the UK worldwide for ages now like Vadim, DJ Format, Herbaliser and others but a lot of their work is with MCs from across the pond. I reckon we've now got the MCs to stand up worldwide.
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