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The bill for this once-in-a-lifetime show is a roll call of hip hop's finest ever and most intelligent talent. These universally respected artists share the stage to take us on a journey through hits that are lyrically and musically still streets ahead of anything out there today. The songs are as relevant now as ithey were back in the day, and this show promises to deliver a timely reminder of Hip Hop's ability to show the possibility of a better world.
Black Star's Mos Def and Talib Kweli reunite in the UK for the first time since 1999 for one night only. De La Soul brings its snappy brand of old skool cool to the fore and Rakim - widely respected as one of the best rappers of all time - completes the line-up for this exclusive show.
Tue 10th May
HMV Hammersmith Apollo
Wed, 11th May
O2 Apollo Manchester
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Erykah Badu, Nas & Damian Marley all on 1 stage on 1 night at Wembley Arena on Thursday 31st March. As part of their ‘Distant Relatives’ tour in the UK, Nas and Damian Marley will be supported by none other than Erykah Badu at Wembley Arena on 31st March.
She probably won’t have any excuses to keep anyone waiting for hours as the support act, something I heard she did last time she was in London at the Brixton Academy.
London – 31st March – Wembley Arena.
Glasgow - 1st April – O2 Academy.
Manchester - 2nd April – O2 Apollo.
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Bluey Robinson ( currently on tour with Justin Bieber ) and his guitarist take to the streets of London to perform his forthcoming Labrinth-produced single 'Showgirl'
"During our lunch time break from rehearsals, we thought we’d do a fun acoustic performance of my song out on the street. The sun was out .. but truss me, it was chilly" - Bluey
Raheem @ Flash Media London.
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Jay-Z opens up about how his style has evolved over the years. He talks about how life experiences and emotions have changed him as an artist.
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The new single from grime sensation Tinie Tempah.
This track is the follow up to the hit 'Pass Out' - which spent two weeks at No1, making it the top-selling single by any UK artist so far in 2010.
This lad is set for big things.
Released 6th June 2010
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Check out Beyonce's brand new official video for her new dance track "Why Don't You Love Me?"
It's a vintage 50's sexy homemaker vibe going on. And Solange, cousin Angie, and others are her co-writers on the track. Where feelin' this one, very PHLOH Sexy. Beyoncé's homemaking day involves smoking, boozing, bathing and prancing round in racy lingerie; Sounds like my type of Housewife...
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My Generation - This track is taken from the upcoming collaborative album 'Distant Relatives' from Nas & Damian Marley feat: Joss Stone and Lil Wayne.
Listen to it here first
Distant Relatives is available from May 18th