This time Dagz and I, we actually sat down and prepared a whole set that was hype man, Leeds was gonna get it and they've had to postpone it. It's a no brainer really. Do you find, particularly with UK hip-hop that the corporate record shops just seem completely reluctant to push the new albums in terms of marketing and awareness?
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HHC's Hugh Leask noted Dubbledge's "skill for setting the ordinary next to the extraordinary, blending the humdrum everyday minutia with the dramatic and explosive".
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Was that just coincidence or a recession based thing or what? Performances Popular All Recommended. Sometimes I'll make a set up in the car on the way up there, sometimes I'll just make it up on stage and sometimes I'll actually prepare a set.
It's about making that popular money, that's why it's pop music. I've done all sorts of shows, I do a lot with Foreign Beggars, who do a lot with the dubstep sound and a lot of remixes. I dbubledge whatever man, I don't give a shit y'know?
There was a time around late -where all the artists I followed in UK hip-hop just seemed to disappear. If you run a business you run a business. I find that when people do listen to it they like it, it's just that marketing and, y'know, getting it out there and getting it heard.
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Are they gonna give me shelf space, or Madonna or Beyonce? The Message Last played on. Those men know each other from way back so he just ended up taking me round their house and we were just going through some beats and chatting and whatever, then he played the beat I've got on here which is called 'Plan B' because they originally made it with Plan B in mind, don't know what happened there, but I versed it and by the time I gave it back to them they'd already sold the beat.
It will if you put a singing hook on it haha. On a recent excursion to Britain's ever greying capital Bearded caught up with London reared UK emcee Dubbledge recently for a rambling dissection of UK hip-hop, poor organisational skills and patching it up with "The Ex" ahead of the release of his new album 'Dubbledge Vs Boondocks' Bearded: Find out more about our use of this data.
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But it's cool because I still got to use it man. We actually sorted out dubbkedge planned set. Oh without a doubt. Sign in to the BBC, or Register. It may not have been reviewed by professional editors and is licensed under an Attribution-ShareAlike Creative Commons License.
Yeah that's exactly what it is, isn't it? December Learn how and when to remove this template message. Playlists Featured All Recommended. But they'd already sold it, can't really dubbedge 'em for that, you know if the money is on duhbledge table do your thing.
I shouldn't say it but, hahaha, no disrespect you know, I love all the production but I think my favourite at the minute is by Metabeats, he's a guy from Cardiff currently on Associated Minds.
They're all different and quirky but there's just a quality to them you can't fuck around with. Your music has always seemed, right from the Smile EP back invery positive and upbeat.
It's a sad truth. There's plenty of people live in those areas who wake up, go to work, go to sleep and nothing happens. I just like jumping around, I've got energy man. If you find the biography content factually incorrect or highly offensive you can edit this article at Wikipedia.
Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediatelyespecially if potentially libelous or harmful. Do you find, particularly with Dubblevge hip-hop that the corporate record shops just seem completely reluctant to push the new albums in terms of marketing and awareness? But say it with enough swagger and it might just make her laugh, dubbledg say it dubbledhe enough style and you might just get away with it.
Personally I find much of the current hip-hop that's in the charts a bit vacuous and empty, do you think it is just a case of it becoming more about how you say a particular line than what you say?