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emceeKilla

emceeKilla

emceeKilla


Lowdown: EmceeKilla is emerging as one of the most enlightened and skilled wordsmiths on the British underground. This debut single ahead of forthcoming album was made in just a weekend having fun in the studio with the vast array of talented dole heads that inhabit the midlands. Jah Guide: A catchy number produced by ‘Jonno’ who spent most of the summer making beats in his room. Killa came along one sunny afternoon inspired by a handful of Read more on Last.fm
Lowdown: EmceeKilla is emerging as one of the most enlightened and skilled wordsmiths on the British underground. This debut single ahead of forthcoming album was made in just a weekend having fun in the studio with the vast array of talented dole heads that inhabit the midlands. Jah Guide: A catchy number produced by ‘Jonno’ who spent most of the summer making beats in his room. Killa came along one sunny afternoon inspired by a handful of existential experiences and laid the vocal to one of Jonno’s sound scapes of which was appropriately dubbed ‘Jah Guide’. Jonno found a deep connection in the lyrics and subsequently went for a walk to ponder his thoughts.

It was to be the last time anyone saw him. More British: Its well known that Hip Hop ad Rap music became a global phenomenon in a very short space of time, taking over Rock as the largest unit shifter in the world as ‘The Golden Age’ reached its peak in the late 90’s. It was then that the art form ‘Glocalized’ with artists from Johannasberg to Gaza harnessing the form of expression to voice struggles, self empower, express their identity and teach about their cultural surroundings and environment. emceeKilla and Dj Frenic made this track to do just that.

Spot the idiosyncratic sample. The Guns of Britain: With rebellion running through the veins of the young rising star, emceeKilla felt that this track was ‘something he just had to do’, This track is more than a cover or a sample of the mighty idea that is Joe Strummer, this is ancestor worship and a tribute not only to one of the most powerful songs of all time, but also to the spirit of the true rebel that is within him also. Marr British: One hazy afternoon chilling in the studio, Scott Marr Head, Nottingham’s own Slash minus the pacemaker, grabbed the guitar, turned the Marshall up to 10 and rocked along with the newly recorded ‘More British’. After blowing up Hugh’s amp we sent him home where he sobered up and recorded the damn thing.

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