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2011 debut album from the British Grime sensation. With such a wealth of releases behind him, it's hardly surprising that Joker's music escapes easy characterisation. Keen to avoid generic formalism, he has even publically distanced himself from being labelled 'dubstep'. It's understandable, since his music runs deep with R&B, funk and soul influences combining with his trademark pounding bass wobbles and ascending crystalline synths. Also apparent is an affection for computer games; no more evident than on the Sega throwdown album track 'Level 6 (Interlude)' and on 'Snake Eater', one of his finest moments which was built around the Metal Gear Solid 3 theme. Forward to now and Joker is spending every available weekend in a field, club or on a plane (by the time the year is out, he will have covered most of Europe, Australia, Japan and The States). He's also signed a deal with 4AD and is finally ready to appease his waiting public and release his debut album, The Vision. Having premiered it at Glastonbury Festival with the numerous vocalists involved, it represents five years of hard work. Old fans will be pleased to know that trademark instrumentals are there in abundance, from the Vangelis inspired album opener ('Intro') to established classics 'Tron' and 'My Trance Girl', which showcase the muscular synths and sharp drum snaps for which he has become renowned to the warmth of the heady height of summer album closer, 'The Magic Causeway', performed with Ginz. These are complimented by a number of startling vocal collaborations that also show just how far his sound has come; with inspired contributions from fellow rising stars like Jessie Ware on the Radio 1 playlisted 'The Vision (Let Me Breathe)', Jay Wilcox on 'Electric Sea' and Silas from Turboweekend and William Cartwright on forthcoming singles, 'Here Come The Lights' and 'On My Mind'. He also found the time to round up Buggsy, Shadz, Scarz and Double (KHK-SP) to record 'Back In The Days', the definitive Bristol track he's been promising to make.
Ambition is the second studio album by Nigerian American hip hop recording artist Wale, released November 1, 2011 via Maybach Music Group and Warner Bros. Records Tracklist: 1. Don't Hold Your Applause 2. Double M Genius 3. Miami Nights 4. Legendary 5. Lotus Flower Bomb (feat. Miguel) 6. Chain Music 7. Focused (feat. Kid Cudi) 8. Sabotage (feat. Lloyd) 9. White Linen (Coolin) (feat. Ne-Yo) 10. Slight Work (feat. Big Sean) 11. Ambition (feat. Meek Mill & Rick Ross) Read more on Last.fm.
Released: 25th May 2009 (UK) Fin Greenall, aka Fink, is certainly the more understated of the world's 'singer-songwriters'. Following the 2006 release of "Biscuits for Breakfast," and 2007's "Distance and Time," Fink returns in 2009 with the self-produced "Sort of Revolution."Title track, "Sort of Revolution" opens the record over a falling chord sequence. "Move On Me," co-written with John Legend and featuring the soul star on piano...
Stagge G, born in 1999, began his singing career in the street - rapping for mates and anybody who cared to listen. From there it followed to do live performances in all of the established hip hop venues.
He is the young smooth Motswako performer that recently rocked the Northwest Festival with his rendition of the late West Nkosi s Siwana . Despite the attentions of many managers in the industry wanting him to work and collaborate with their artist, Staggie G chose to launch his own professional career by recording this incredible debut album.
The Black Eyed Peas are back, and ready for world domination with their sixth studio album.
Ready To Die Anniversary CD & DVD has been Re-Mixed and Re-Mastered for better sound quality, includes NEVER RELEASED tracks "Dreams" and "Who Shot Ya", and DVD which includes LIVE B.I.G. performance, NEVER BEFORE SEEN and B.I.G. video catalogue including extended CINEMATIC version of "Warning".
From Philly street corner buskers to hip-hop pioneers, from perpetually touring live act to late-night television house band, legendary hip-hop group The Roots have never been one to rest on their laurels. After more than 15 years, the critically acclaimed group continue to reinvent themselves and remain one of music s most enduring and forward-thinking bands. The Grammy Award-winning band returns with their 11th album, And Then You Shoot Your Cousin , their first release since 2011's Undun .
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