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Howdi heido Yo people!
We hope you had / are having a lovely festive season, and we are really excited about 2016, as we hope you are.
Next year we finally have the release of The DOR’s debut album Assemblage, featuring a whole host of unheard gems from the duo. In addition, Vice will be releasing his EP Beats N Bobs, and Donnie Numeric will be following up his rather nice Yellow Haze project. We have a bag of visuals, exclusives, remixes and good stuff to be bringing you too so it’s well worth staying tuned!
We just want to say thank you, truely, for supporting Delegates Of Rhyme aka DOR, and for sticking with us, we are assure you that 2016 will be a year that you won’t want to miss!
So, to play the year out, here’s the latest of the monthly installment’s from DOR’s very own Vice at the helm of the Wordplay Podcast. It’s got a run down of the year’s best albums plus an alternative Christmas mix!
Until next year people!
If you didn’t know by now, Vice of DOR is the host of the rather dope Wordplay Podcast. An hour long show dedicated to the freshest Hip hop and surrounding genres out right now. With bags of exclusives and supporting upcoming artists alongside established names. This month summons a year of the show, and offers back to back music from Inja, Riot Jazz Brass Band, Apollo Brown and loads more. Be sure to check this, and the previous shows out on Mixcloud. Check the tracklist after the cut:
HIT THE IMAGE TO GO TO MIXCLOUD!
1. Sammy B Side – Wordplay Podcast Intro
2. Grizzly Gato – Finding A New Balance On A Boogie Board f. Homeboy Sandman
3. Inja – FishNChip Friday WORDPLAY EXCLUSIVE
4. Semi-Hendrix – Stone Cold Hustler f. Raheem Devaughn
5. Verbal Kent – Wilkes Booth f. Skyzoo
6. Roots Manuva – Don’t Breathe Out
7. Ollie Teeba – High Voltage f. More or Les
8. Spatts – Spark The Gunpowder WORDPLAY EXCLUSIVE
9. RIot Jazz Brass Band – Dem A Sus WORDPLAY EXCLUSIVE
10. Apollo Brown – Detonate f. MOP
11.Manage and Emcee Killa – On Top
12. Triple Darkness – Custodians WORDPLAY EXCLUSIVE
13. Jack Danz – Finger DIscount f. Lee Scott
14. Final Boss – Low and Behold f. Harry The Bastard
15. Pete Cannon and Dr. Syntax – Roll With The Rush f. Kathika
16. Nubiyan Twist – Hypnotised (Dubmatix One Drop Remix)
17. Flo – So High (Produced by Don Piper)
18. Y-ETizm – Looking Back f. Mr Flex and Zaine WORDPLAY EXCLUSIVE
19. The Underachievers – The Dualist
20. Beats In Progress – Trouble f. Kashmere and DPF
we hope you’re enjoying your Bank Holiday weekend.
On this carnival weekend, with a massive few days of music in the UK including Reading and Leeds Festival offering an even stronger Hip Hop line up this year, we feel blessed to have the opportunity for Donnie Numeric to be interviewed by the legendary Wordplay Magazine.
Not only that, Split Vision Photography got in on the action with an amazing photoshoot, making the lyrical wizard look all blue and stylish!
Anyway, save your reading eyes for this rather nice little interview, and a massive thank you to Wordplay for the opportunity. Here it is!….
On Thursday evening Vice joined the amazing Carasel live in the studio on Ambush The Airwaves on Ujima Radio in Bristol. Carasel for many years has had the Bristol Hip Hop and DNB scene on lock, with his finger constantly on the the pulse of upcoming talent. It’s a great show and well worth a listen. Vice talks about his debut solo EP “Beats N Bobs”, the forthcoming DOR album and his forthcoming project with C-Froo. Ceef also treated us to a sneak 16 from the first single to drop from the first EP to drop on Crudely Cut. Here it is…
It’s been a busy few weeks in camp DOR. We’ve had an amazing response to “Look At What They Do” with loads of blogs, radio stations and DJs taking an interest in the track.
We’re trying to keep track of everything but here’s a few key bits that have taken place over the last fortnight:
We’ve been lucky enough to be played by some of the UK’s leading lights in online radio and FM stations. These include:
– BBC Introducing In The West
– Rapshack Radio w/ Agee on Itch FM
– The DJ Shorty and Shay D Show on Itch FM
– Ambush The Airwaves with Carasel on Ujima Radio
– Bedmo Disco Show on Invader FM
– Universal Magnetic Show on Ujima Radio
Plus love from a whole bunch of DJS and others shows
We’ve had a lot of online love for what we’re doing, including an amazing review of the track on Macaroni Press. Check the review here
We’ve also been supported by –
– Wordplay Magazine through twitter and various posts, including the video premiere here
– Monkeyboxing.com with their spiffing review of the single! here
Whycauseican.com, Urban Vault, Ill Material, My Word Is Vinyl, RoxoPress and so many more (this list is nearly 50 strong now!)
Tomorrow night Vice will be on Carasel’s Ambush The Airwaves Show on Ujima Radio in Bristol. Tune in from 8 – 10pm on www.ujimaradio.com (or 98fm if you’re local to Bristol)
After 3 weeks for building up the video, showing the video, letting it be seen, and waiting some more, Look At What They Do featuring the amazing Greg Blackman, and remixes from Audiosnax and Mr. Bim is now available to download…for free!!!!
We’ve talked enough about this track, so, here’s the Bandcamp project, enjoy!
If that doesn’t work, try this –
The wait is finally over! It’s here! We’ve done enough talking over the last week, so, without further a do, here’s The Delegates Of Rhyme’s brand new, Wordplay Magazine supported video for “Look At What They Do” featuring Greg Blackman, and filmed by SATV. ENJOY!
TODAY IS THE DAY!!!!
check out http://www.wordplaymagazine.com at 10am today for the Delegates Of Rhyme’s Wordplay Premiere of Look At What They Do f. Greg Blackman Music!!!!
In ONE DAY!!! The Delegates Of Rhyme are releasing the video for their brand new single “Look At What They Do” featuring the incredible vocal talents of BBE signed vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. The video will be premiered on http://www.wordplaymagazine.com THE home of UK Hip Hop. To celebrate and countdown the release we will be releasing daily graphics featuring stills from the video, at the same time as telling you a little bit about each of the artists, remixers and the videographers involved in the making release happen.
We’re SERIOUSLY hyped to reach the final day of our coutdown, and with it, we reach the Behemoth of the UK Hip Hop scene WORDPLAY MAGAZINE! The UK legends will be premiering the video for Look At What They Do on http://www.wordplaymagazine.com on Monday at 00:30am! Check out their super dope interview with Bishop Nehru –
Starting life as a graffiti culture mag 10 years ago, the glossy sheets have evolved into THE go to place for UK Hip Hop and much more. Covering clothing, graffiti, style, breakin, reggae and more. We love the mag and site, and pretty much everything that is Wordplay, so to be involved in someway in the movement is amazing. The brand new edition comes out on the same day as the video, so get to checking! (click the logo to go to Wordplay’s site –
So! The countdown is complete and now the Jack Bauer countdown begins (24 hours, get it!) until we unleash the Wordplay video premiere for Look At What They Do!!!
In just 2 days time, The Delegates Of Rhyme are releasing the video for their brand new single “Look At What They Do” featuring the incredible vocal talents of BBE signed vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. The video will be premiered on http://www.wordplaymagazine.com THE home of UK Hip Hop. To celebrate and countdown the release we will be releasing daily graphics featuring stills from the video, at the same time as telling you a little bit about each of the artists, remixers and the videographers involved in the making release happen.
Up next on our creative journey we are proud to introduce EDM / Glitch Hop producer Mr. Bim. Hailing from Bristol, his quirky and well crafted sound has been turning head on the DJ scene for many a year. Nortoriously humble, much like the super talented Audiosnax (check yesterday’s post!) Mr. Bim has built up an arsenal of glitchy vibes over the years. Check his trippy visual adventure that is –
Bim has worked closely with Vice of The Delegates Of Rhyme alongside Audiosnax, helping the young people in Bristol begin their musical pathways. As an Ableton Live enthusiast, his setup is a wired matrix of cables and samplers of all shapes and sizes! This fella has a memorable and unique style. Check
See you on tomorrow, cos the Hip Hop don’t stop!