2010年3月3日星期三

Three solid hip hop acts to Roskilde

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Brother Ali, Kasper Spez and Tech N9ne deliver rhymes, rhythms and beats for all hip hop lovers.

Last week Roskilde offered lots of rock and less rap and urban beats. Not the case today. Roskilde have this year’s first hip hop acts ready. Three names all of which embody integrity, originality and a full grip on one of today’s most vital genres.

BROTHER ALI (US) is one of the strongest acts from the alternative hip hop scene. He takes lyrical snapshots of social issues such as crime and homelessness. The dense flow of themes and issues never leaves the audience with a heavy mind. The albino rapper’s fiery tirades are delivered on top of wonderfully orchestrated soul music.

KASPER SPEZ (DK) is a differently thoughtful and bohemian-romantic MC who draws as much on Serge Gainsbourg as Sage Francis. He portrays life in the 20s with harrowing honesty, so many will recognise the stories of nightlife binges and hangovers. An organic hip hop experience that also appeals to audiences who do not care for bling and backward caps.

TECH N9NE (US) is one of the most successful underground hip hop acts. Only few have a flow like Tech N9ne who with uncanny precision is able to switch between crushing hyper-speed and crawling slow motion in his rap. Tech N9ne almost made Roskilde’s Odeon stage explode in 2006, and many have dreamed of his return. This wet hip hop dream is now a reality – to the delight of old fans and new converts who were lured into the fold the last time around.

Next week Roskilde will present something different. Roskilde have lots of good stuff in store for you, so look forward to it.

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