Saturday, 31 December 2011

Early Happy New Year post!

2012 is nearly here! I said it before but, I'll say it again. Hip-Hop has been mixed this year. We've had the dance-type tracks and we've had some good albums.

Look forward to seeing what 2012 has in store for the Hip-Hop world and I'm excited to see Underground artists change their music, get it out to everyone and really make people listen and say "This is some fresh sh*t!"

Want to say a HUGE thank you and shout-out to my homie, Hired Gun - much love going out to him for letting me listen to his new project and just generally supporting me all throughout the whole, HipHopInformant process and I look forward to hearing "Nice Guys Finish".
Shout-outs going to all my people all over the world, and of course to you guys - the readers my Hip-Hop heads!

Have a great New Year - have fun and stay safe and I'll be back here soon.

I'm going to leave you with a few new tracks, some old just a collection of some stuff I've listened to. I will have "The Evolution of Hip-Hop Volume 3" up here soon, had a couple of technical difficulties with it.


HipHopInformant - Let's do it BIG in 2012!

Elemint - Portraits In The Sand:

Nio Tha Gift & Tajai (SOM) - Freestyle:

Blaktrix ft. Ralph Rip Shit - No Drama:

Kasha - Fire In The Booth (Charlie Sloth) :

And of Course:

Why This Kolaveri Di:


Thursday, 29 December 2011

My Fellow American - Pledge, Support & Change!

What's good Hip-Hop heads! As you may know I've been supporting the My Fellow American project and wanted to let you know about some information and hopefully get you to pledge your support and spread the word.

Now for those of you that are asking what this project is all about, let me tell you. Islamophobia is still a problem in America. It has increasingly been used as a way to victimize Muslims in America. Now after certain events in the world this has increased, and the perceptions that "All Muslims are terrorists" is not true.
This project aims to change those perceptions and say that Muslims are Americans too, we are all equal. This is something I strongly believe in. You should not be picked-out or abused in the street because you follow a different faith, you wear religious clothing or you are a different colour.

So guys please pledge your support, spread the word about this project and spread this blog post and the link around and let's make some changes.

It may even change your perceptions too.

Here's the link:

HipHopInformant - Peace.

Monday, 26 December 2011

Enjoy these Tracks & Happy New Year!

What's good Hip-Hop heads! Apologies for not posting for a while I've been so busy with a lot of projects and Uni stuff I havent been able to post. I'll try and get some regular posts on here in the new year.

This is a just a quick post to tell you that this year's been mad. The Arab Uprising, Occupy Movement and the London riots have all made headlines and changed the way the world operates and even challenged people's perceptions of the world. Remember WE can make a change, we are all revolutionaries.

Happy holidays, be safe and have a great new year. Here are a few tracks to inspire you for any new year's parties or just to expose you to some new tracks. Enjoy these and the holidays!

Sway featuring. Lupe Fiasco - Still Speeding Remix:

Basic Vocab - Our Day In The Sun:

Clement Marfo & The Frontline - Overtime:

Jay Electronica - Exhibit C (prod. Just Blaze):

Gappy Ranks featuring Russian & Collie Buddz - Tun Up Remix:

Let's do it BIG in 2012 - HipHopInformant