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RIP the fallen soliders in WW1. Today is rememberance day if you didn't know.

Kano responds to Jay-Z

"SoulCulture.TV caught up with Kano the day after Jay-Z’s BBC shout-out to explore his thoughts on the compliment (noting, “There’s one thing someone knowing you and there’s one thing someone liking you”) and why he may have caught Jigga’s ear. He also talks about meeting Hov several years ago and their mutual views on retaining UK artistic integrity."



Kano's LAUGHING! Let the breddin, hatin and begging for collab's begin...

Random Tune of the Day: Wet Wet Wet 'Love Is All Around'

If you don't rate this song, we can't be friends. This song spent so long at number 1. Hated it them days. I always wanted something young and fun to be number 1. I grew to like this soon after though, which lead to me being upset I didn't appreciate seeing it every week on Top of the Pops.



New: Yasmin 'On My Own'

Made its debut on Mista Jam's BBC Radio 1Xtra show last night. "Jam's Jury" is a part of the show where listeners call it guilty or innocent of being a banger. Most of the listeners voted this "Guilty of being a banger"

I actually caught the end of the tune (watching the boring Manchester derby). But here it is. Like the lyrics and concept, beats good apart from the drum roll thingy at the end of every single bar. Would have preferred it to be a 4 bar drum loop rather than one. Producer Shy FX is the daddy of Jungle by the way.

On My Own by itsYasmin

Dem Free Buju... kinda

Reggae star Buju Banton has been granted bail by an immigration court in Florida while he awaits a retrial on drug charges.

The Jamaican was released from jail after Bob Marley's son, Stephen, put up his own $300,000 (£186,000) home as collateral.


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Struggle still continues but at least he's out on road. I heard about the Stephen Marley bit in bold a few weeks ago. Such a good man. Piss take that Buju has to go back to give regular samples of his, erm, piss (couldn't resist). They won't let him bun a piece of marijuana. It's a part of his religion.

Maverick Sabre's mixtape

If you've been visiting over the past year you will have spotted this name before. I fully banged on about this guy. Put him in my "Looking forward to hearing more from" list back in January. Basically, Irish kid born in Stoke Newington, east LDN (where the man dem boop boop boop), sounds like Finley Quaye, hip hop x folk x reggae x grime influences. We'll just say reggae cos it's all reggae innit?

Features on Professor Green's new tune Jungle



I don't like something about this video.

Haven't listened to it yet, but I'm sure it will be sick!

You can stream or free download it here: http://mavericksabre.bandcamp.com/

Finley Quaye



Maverick Sabre



Tweet of the Day: Badness

Grime/dancehall MC/singer (known in Jamaica as singjay) Badness drops hilarios tweets on a regular basis. I'm not quite sure if he knows how funny he is

@BadnessImangie Badness Imangie
"Big up my Japan J.A & USA Massive soon come soon as I sourght out Visa Nuff luv Ostraileya aswel yh they Know Lava der aswel :-)"

Yeah. Ending on a positive, just remembered he sings the chorus on this absolute banger

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