@SHOWNPROVEuk: Show N Prove Instrumentals Vol. 2

December 20, 2012
Wretch 32 – It aint about what you talk and think, its about what you Show N Prove’
Mista Jam – ‘Show N Prove is producer du jour at the moment, the Scottish dude is cranking out beats like i eat hot dinners’
Show N Prove Instrumentals Vol 2

Show N Prove - Instrumentals Volume 2 (FRONT COVER)

After moving to London from Scotland Show N Prove has established himself as one of the top British producers collaborating with both major acts and underground artists. At the end of 2011 he released a successful compilation of instrumentals to round up his years contributions to the scene.
Show N Prove - Instrumentals Volume 2 (BACK COVER)

 

2012 has been a huge year in the career of the young Scottish DJ/Producer. He has toured with Dappy, DJ Fresh, Angel Haze, Mac Miller and Pusha T as well as the MOBO tour and various festivals around Europe. Producing for the likes of Wretch 32, Rizzle Kicks, Tinchy Stryder, Dappy, K Koke, Maxsta, Stooshe and tracks lined up with Tinie Tempah, Professor Green, Dot Rotten, Roll Deep and Giggs for 2013.

Gaining continued support from taste makers on BBC 1Xtra, Kiss FM and Choice aswell as BBC Radio1 from the likes of Nick Grimshaw, Zane Lowe, Fearne Cotton and Annie Mac.

Now to end another year with a bang Show N Prove returns with another free download, Show N Prove Instrumentals Vol. 2

Download Here – http://www.divshare.com/download/21425211-5cf
Listen To The Intro Here – http://youtu.be/fWIlL35Lkms

Follow Show N Prove on Twitter @SHOWNPROVEuk

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Wiley – Can You Hear Me (Ayayaya) ft Skepta, JME & Ms D *Produced by Rymez

October 6, 2012

 Pre-order on iTunes here: http://bit.ly/Wiley-iTns-SN

Watch the official video for Can You Hear Me by Wiley feat Skepta, JME and Ms D, out October 28th.

Website: http://wileycanyouhearme.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wileyartist
Twitter: http://twitter.com/eskidance

Produced by Rymez
Directed by Rohan Blair-Mangat (Rokkit.TV)


Roxxxan – “Too Fucking Facety” Official Video

June 12, 2012


@ReeceRobertson { REECE – “HOUSE PARTY” } Video By @iKonFilms

May 5, 2012

 

21 year old British artist REECE, whose real name is Reece Robertson who records under the mononym REECE, has already made a name for himself and has gained a large number of followers.

REECE went on to break the record for the longest played song on Channel AKA in 2009, with over 1 million views for this first music video ‘Heaven ‘at the age of 17.
Following his soaring success he released four follow up music videos; ‘watcha say (remix)’, ‘Spoof Song’, ‘KISS ME’ and ‘Party Till Lights Out’ which charted at #14 in the UK club Chart Magazine Just behindLady gaga, Jason derulo and Jay-z.

With a string of performances ranging from a total of 200 shows in 2009 and 20010, REECE hasperformed alongside the likes of N-Dubz, Jessie J and Wretch 32 to name a few, and has madeappearances in over twenty publications such as RWD and Mizz magazine.

The song is a fusion between Grime and Hip Hop with hard hitting lyrics. It is more of a three minute statement rather than a full length song, and that statement is to declare that REECE means business.

                                                                                                         “I’m just talking to the industry init”

in essence, this is a track written to the ‘industry’ and it certainly isn’t a house party.

www.facebook.com/pages/Reece-Robertson/104696256256519
twitter.com/ReeceRobertson


RWD MAGAZINE: THE LEGACY

April 24, 2012

P A S T,  P R E S E N T  A N D  F U T U R E 

RWD Magazine released their 123rd issue. The special edition has three covers,  The first cover sees Yasmin and Mz Bratt. On the second cover, the legendary Oxide & Neutrino  with Birmingham newcomers, Preditah and C4. And Wretch 32, Skepta and Chip (Chipmunk) represent  what Great Britain has to offer on the final cover.

RWD Magazine’s ‘Legacy’ issue and CD compilation, both out now.


RoxXxan – Too F**king Facety

April 17, 2012

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Get Familiar: DREAMKIDD

April 13, 2012

 

Some of the greatest artists in history have a spot in the musical hall of fame for being the pioneers of a brand new sound. Dreamkidd is one of these people. Uninterested in following the generic formula of UK hip hop, he incorporates synthpop and new-wave into his mix of powerful yet smooth sound. Dreamkidd describes his music as being dark, different and dirty. He brings together an eclectic range of different musical genres, to create what can only be described as alternative hip hop.

Dreamkidd has a great affinity for 80’s, house and new wave music, citing Phil Collins, Duran Duran, Softcell and Kavinsky as his personal favorites and influences. He has combined his love for the aforementioned artists into the production of his music to give it that enigmatic and inexplicable sound. He’s a rapper that likes mixing it up.
Primarily focusing on detail, Dreamkidd likes his music to be graphic and uses carefully constructed lyrics and complex wordplay that leaves listeners hanging onto his every word. He is inspired by rappers, Kanye West, Eminem, Drake and Joe Budden.


Uniquely dressed with the power to say things in ways that have not been said before, Dreamkidd is surely one of a kind. With no comparisons or similarities to current UK rappers, he stands alone.

“I don’t believe that I could be similar to anyone, being that my music comes from inside my own head. It’s better to leave it up to interpretation’.

 

Dreamkidd has already written and produced an album and is in the process of recording a palette of new material with a kaleidoscope of sounds. He plans on making his mark in the Music industry and show people something different; the type of sound that is rarely seen in mainstream hip hop.

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