Legendary artist MC Vapour guests for the first time in his career on one of the original house and garage stations, the award winning Freek FM.
Invited to perform on The Push and Pull Show. The Push and Pull show is known within the UK Garage scene as being one of the freshest UK Garage shows available.
The Push and Pull Show trio consists of an international crew, DJ Aaron Potts and Colin “MC-IC from London, UK and Christina “The Sassy Yank” Johnson from Seattle, Wa, USA.
This crew goes above and beyond the standard radio show. Not only do they feature tracks from their mailing lists but they also spend hours scouring for the freshest tracks they can find regardless of whether the artists are up and coming or well established. Their ultimate goal is to push UK Garage into the forefront globally.
As spit in the bars of MC-IC “…do me a quaver, don’t be a hater. Tell your friends we are the best thing later. No starter, no instigator, we are just good people you can relate to.”
Show time: 10 pm – 12 am on http://www.FreekFMLive.com
I think this video is great, love the bars GTsolo spits over this nice old skool UK Garage classic. It s a great mesh. To find out about GTsolo click here to be taken to his biography.
***Special thanks to GTsolo, Dewayne Simpson, and Yeh Bwoy Entertainment.
Asbolutely love this fabulous tune from Haynzy featuring Scorcher. Haynzy a 23 year old North Londoner caresses us with his smooth RnB vocals while Scorcher tells the story with some hard hitting bars. Both artist smash it. The single focuses around the feeling of constantly having that special person on your mind. The single is set to release on 3rd December 2012. This track has been receiving great reviews from the likes of CJ Beats, MistaJam and DJ Woody.
Blue Collar Music artist Haynzy has worked with many popular UK Grime and Funky House artists including Teezy, Frisco, Jammer, BBK, Crazy Cousinz, Aidonia, Aggro Santos and DJ Ironik.
For artist enquiries contact:
Blue Colla Music Group Ltd
Been a lot of changes happening with me the last few months. Recently, I was sad to see one of my favorite radio stations Phatbeats (for whom I contributed music content) decide to close its doors and is no longer broadcasting. Since that time, I have focused on growing The Sassy Yank site and to that regard we are growing more and more by the day.
On that note, I have two exciting new ventures I’ve entered into that I’d like to tell you about.
My first announcement is that I am doing co-op with MusicHeaven247 to bring the music to a wider audience. MusicHeaven247 is the best streaming radio stations all under one roof. http://www.musicheaven247.com/
Secondly, I have joined the Seduction Radio team. Seduction Radio is a radio station out of the UK that plays many different genres of music, to include: DnB, Soulful House, Dubstep, Drumstep, Hip Hop, RnB, Funky House, Glitch Hop, Techno, Breakbeat, UK Garage, Grime, Bashment, and many more genres. I will be writing reviews, content, and sharing music on their website. Please join me and support the music. http://www.seductionradio.co.uk/
Terrorsum released a new video ‘Times Ticking’, Tuesday on LinkUpTv. This is the first single from his forthcoming album ‘Red Light Fever’ and features singer/songwriter ‘Noeva’. This is a rapid and eye catching video which shows Terrorsum in the middle of a nightmare, escaping from the metaphor that is time.
The song has strong emotion over the guitar influenced instrumental plus an explosion of lyrical aggression that shows Terrorsum battles his demons as he races against the clock. This track is already seeing support from DJs on BBC 1xtra, Rinse FM and Bang radio.
The 21 year old UK Grime/Rap artist is known for his heartfelt lyrics, metaphors and complicated flows. He recently worked with talented producer ‘Faith Science’ to perfect his art and sound, completing his album.
The digital release date for ‘Times Ticking’ is set for June 18th under Independent label Downing Street Records. Terrorsum’s next track entitled ‘Calling Me Home’ featuring Double S is to be released soon after.
Downing Street Records: