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Musicalize : Tyler James + Kano + K-Koke + Sway + Ghetts + Scorcher + Lunar C
Tyler James is British pop's unlikely lad. Against the odds he got himself noticed. Against conventional wisdom, this guy who looks like a male model is one of the brightest talents in years. The Tyler James experience demonstrates a vivid, thrilling style, with his voice flying from the speakers and throwing effortless jazz shapes around the ska tilted RnB groove.
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From the same East London 'grime' scene that spawned Wiley, Durrty Goodz and Shystie among others, Kano has a similar star quality, character and pedigree. Once labelled as the "UK version of Jay-Z", Kano's breezy self-assuredness and laid-back vocals have given the UK hip hop scene a much needed shot in the arm. "The thing is, Kano is a great MC. He could rap over the sound of lamb slaughter and it’d be entertaining" - NME.
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Aka Derek Andrew Safo. An impressive London rapper who won a Mobo Award (Best Hip Hop Award), defeating heavyweight artists like 50 Cent. In 2006 he was main support for The Streets' UK tour.
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Justin Clarke from East London, better known by his stage name Ghetts (formerly Ghetto) is one of the UK's most highly acclaimed Rap / MC artists with explosive, hard hitting lyrics and fast, intricate rhymes. Ghetts and is regarded as a pioneer of the Grime movement.
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Scorcher (real name Tayo Jarrett) is a grime MC and producer from North London. He began his career in Cold Blooded where he became known for his ‘shank’ bars, and would regularly attend pirate radio and work his way up through the North London grime circuit. Scorcher had to serve a prison sentence for a short period of time in 2006, and while in jail his mixtape Simply The Best dropped and was greeted with good reviews from the grime scene. Many believe 2005 to mid 2006 was when Scorcher was at the peak of his ability as a grime MC, his bars from that time can be heard on Rinse Sessions.
After an incident with fellow Cold Blooded member Cookie, Scorcher left Cold Blooded to concentrate on a new collective known as The Movement, which featured Scorcher alongside Wretch 32, Mercston, Ghetto and Devlin. At this point he was involved in a momentous clash that saw him and fellow movement members go up against rival grime collective Boy Better Know.
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Lunar C gained recognition after an impressive winning streak battling in UK rap battle league 'Dont Flop' in 2010/2011. He won two trophies for 'Best Newcomer' and 'Performance of the year', becoming the highest viewed battler for that period, also entering two international battles with American opponents and remains undefeated.
Taking his career further, Lunar C has been focusing on his music working alongside the likes of Sinoptic Music, Minarmy and crew FlyTippers. He has already worked with artists such as Labrinth, Dot Rotten and JME.
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