Your stage name has strong ties to the original WCW, Hilary Banks from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air . Do you share many similarities or personality traits?
I don't share many similarities with her, I'd like to believe we both have a cool sense of
The trials and tribulations of man are tales older than time. On their quest for success, many fail; but not MiST. Against all odds, he’s risen to become one of the brightest stars in the UK scene. He’s lost close family members, served prison time,
With reality raps reflecting the harsh environment growing up in the Duval County, Mobsquad Nard has
been compared to Boosie Badazz. In 2017, Nard offered a taste of reality with a 12-track project titled
‘Nardo Davinci’, featuring the likes of Boosie and fellow Mob Squad members, Mobsquad
Meet the new enfant terrible of the British music industry, slowthai. Artists like this come around once every couple of decades. Crafting slap-you-in-the-face tunes with an addictive energy, the inimitable Northampton MC is rapidly taking over the UK’s capital. But while the aggression is what
Last night 50 artists took the thames for a celebratory exploration of British Music culture and beyond.
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London, 1st July 2018: Last
Firstly, briefly introduce yourself.
My name is Steel Banglez, I’m a music producer, songwriter and record label owner from East London.
What would you say are the most popular beats you've created?
I’d say some of my benchmark beats are ‘Karlas Back’, ‘Ain’t The Same’ and ‘Madness’ by
BRINGING NEW SOUNDS, INTO A NEW LIGHT
As of recent years, a producer is seen more as an introvert than an artist, the producer being situated on the same podium as the artists that are spilling their thoughts harmoniously over their beat has now become more common and prevalent.
You were originally a B-girl, what was it like being a part of the culture so early on?
It was amazing, when you're young and doing your thing, you're not thinking about being a part of a culture, you're just doing your thing. So it
In a U.K. music scene that’s thriving with young, hungry talent ready to claim thrones, the seemingly revolving door can keep attentions away from some real gems. Ones that may not make as much noise as their peers, but whose very calculated movements lead to