This Tune has been making so much noise since the video dropped at the start of the year and today it is finally released! To go along with the release of “This Groove” Incisive has edited together some video clips of himself Shakka and TE1 (producer) putting the tune together. If you love the track then definitley worth and watch and as always when Incisive and Shakka get together there’s plenty of jokes.
Can’t say enough how much I respect not just these guys talent and quality but their work ethic is incredible. This tune deserves success get behind and download today.
This Groove is available to download NOW right HEREEEEE get downloading this and leave that smile let it grow
There is not any part of me that is happy about posting this. Due to miscommunication and the apparent rise of Handbag Theft on the weekends @ The Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (and this is putting it politely) we have had to postpone The Ready EP Launch. It takes a lot to piss me off and i can not Lie i am livid with the situation. A ridiculous amount of finance and hardwork has gone into this event and the venue have disregarded that and taken liberties. Anyway i’ll stop before i get myself in trouble. The official press release is below, The EP drops on ITunes this weekend and the launch will now become a showcase in early 2012 details below.
It is with regret that G.R.E.Ed.S & The Remedies cancel the Ready EP Launch Event scheduled for Saturday 3rd December. This is due to the venue, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, cancelling all weekend gigs with immediate effect. We are exploring this matter further, after receiving some confusing and misleading reasoning for the cancellation provided by the promoter and venue booker.
The Ready EP will be released as planned on December 3rd and in the spirit of rhyme (and reason) we would like to honour our commitments by going ahead with the planned signing at C.A.M.P. It’s free entry and any launch ticket holders will be able to collect their copy of the EP on the night, so bring your tickets along to get yours. We hope to see you there to celebrate the launch of this impressive body of work that is sure to change the face of spoken word!
In even better news, we are full steam ahead with plans for a bigger, brasher, laugh in the face of adversity event in the New Year.
Here are the new details:
Thursday, 12th January 2012 Rhythm Factory Ground Floor 16-18 Whitechapel Rd. London
Doors open 7pm – new flyer will be distributed ASAP Advanced tickets (entry & EP) £12 buy now http://yotp.ticketbud.com/ready Tickets £10 on door (entry only)
Already purchased tickets will be valid at the rescheduled event, which will still be supported by stellar acts: Joel Culpepper and Kal Lavelle.
Please update where possible. Our sincere apologies. We’re Ready, but apparently Hoxton Bar & Kitchen are not!
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Stumbled across the beats of LifeLines through the wonderful world of twitter seeing that he had been working with Remedy favourite Shakka i was intrigued to hear more from the guy and was not disappointed. His debut the “One Love EP” is filled with quality HipHop beats that can’t not make your head nod laced with soulful sounds chords and vocals that make me like it even more. The London based rapper/songwriter/producer is inspired by the likes of 9th Wonder and J Dilla aiming to make music thats positive, motivational and enjoyable and he does a good job of it. All the tracks have quality but the standouts would be the cool “Steady” featuring Shakka and the killer “Love’s Crazy” featuring Angel and a well used sample of a much loved classic. Check out the tracks below and then click here to download the EP for free!
So the last two nights i can’t lie have been sat on the sofa glued to the box watching on as John Adeyele performed for a place in the XFactor final 12. Up until the weekend he had advanced through the rounds seemingly unnoticed without causing too much of a stir. This weekend though performing in front of Sharron Osbourne and Louis Walsh he delivered a near flawless rendition of the Bruno Mars sung hook “I wanna be a Millionaire”.
No gimmicks, no mistakes, just a quality vocal and a charming humble smile that earned the man that the scene knows as J’Nay a spot on the live finals commencing this coming weekend.
For those that don’t know John Adeleye has been around for quite some time now working the London scene and is a class act. Favourite of The Kindred Spirit, Seb Collective and poetry Motion Nights as well as winning over the crowds of the then new school One Taste and Remedy nights this guy rocked every crowd he performed in front armed with brilliant songs, mesmerising stage presence, awesome vocal and that smile and energy that he gives off that forces you to like and fall in love with him.
This brother is representing the scene and the circuit. It’s because of artists like him that i am in this game and so many of you are too. He needs your support peeps if you believe in the scene and believe in making a career for yourself in this industry we need to push him as far as he can go in this competition so the country can see what is going on and more quality artists and quality music can start gaining the attention it deserves.
Click the links blow watch the you tube clips and support this fantastic artist and man to acheive all that he can.
Music is Remedy’s Creative muse Mr Rowan Newton is more then just a slick logo and flyer designer but he’s also a quite brilliant artist and canvas painter. Don’t belive me… here’s a little sample of the great man’s work….
Dope innit???? Well the man with the flyest bike in SouthEast London (trust me) will have his work on display at the Vibe bar from Friday Jun 4th as part of a special exhibition celebrating art and sculpture.
Its on for the weekend so get down and check it out! If you’re interested in getting down to private view holla @ me for more info and to see more of his work checkout his site