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Rhymin' since day... curious is a multi-tasking microphone vandal. Hiphop poetry is the dish of the day. Whether served fresh acapella or over baking hot beats, the elements of this feast are best enjoyed raw. Catch a portion of curious online or on stage, spitting like a pig on a spit roast. Check in to keep updated...peaCe

Sunday, 28 March 2010

The host with most toast?

Comin to ya live again in April and May.

I'm going to be co-hosting one of the UK's finest spoken word nights, Hammer&Tongue at the Green Note Cafe on Parkway in Camden on 12th April.
But that's just the warm up - on the 3rd May I'm coming back to Camden to rep fo' North Weezy in the Hammer&Tongue Slam finals.
Come check it out and support the skillzes.

The flyer - cos that makes it official!!

Saturday, it's a Saturday-y-yaayy-y-yay-y-yay-y-yaaaaaaaaay...

If you can do it, do it, if you can't do it, don't...see you there.

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Beats, Rhymes & Picket Lines II

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Spoken Word Poetry for the benefit of workers rights. Come and get aware as well as entertained by a host of London's hottest talent.

I managed to sneak on the bill for this one thanks to The Ruby Kid.

Come see we go haaard!

Da management say:

Following the jolly-good-time-had-by-all at the first Beats, Rhymes & Picket Lines event - where the mic was blessed by London's Captain of the Rant, Bristol's Clayton Blizzard, and Loki and Skribbo from legendary Glasgow crew The Being, we're back to serve up another slice. The formula is very simple; independent hip hop + radical politics = a better way to spend your Saturday night than stuck at home waiting for Match of the Day to come on.

So grab your nicest New Era fitted, throw on your backpack and get down to Cross Kings (five minutes walk up York Way from King's Cross station) on Saturday 3 April at 7:30pm.

Door charge is a mere £6 (or £4 if you're low-paid, a student or on t'dole).