‘Supa Dupa Fly’
90s Hiphop / R&B VS Old Skool Garage
@ Plan B Brixton
1st Saturday of every month From Saturday 4th June 2011
**Offer** Email your 90s Hiphop / R&B Vs Old Skool Garage requests to get free entry: email@example.com
We're going to be playing tunes like this...
Fresh from a continuing string of road-blocked nights at Jazz Café Camden, hyped 90s Hiphop and RnB night, Supa Dupa Fly, launches a second monthly event to meet the huge demand. We’ll be bringing all those classic party joints down south to Plan B, Brixton, and there’s a twist…
As well as the best of Dre, Snoop, Nas, Bigge, Tupac, A Tribe Called Quest, Gang Starr, Missy, TLC plus three of the hottest acts on the scene right now, we’ll be treating you to the old skool garage tracks we all grew up on… So if ‘Destiny’ ‘My Desire’ ‘Lovebug’ ‘Doolally’ ‘Crazy Love’& ‘Boo!’ ring a bell, this is one for YOU!
Big Ted is a pioneer of hip hop in the UK and one half of 'Chubby Kids' who hosted an iconic show on Kiss 100 from 1999-2008. Since leaving Kiss, he's been busy touring with Ty, hosting concerts for legends Epmd, Pete Rock & CL, Q-Bert, KRS One and Raekwon, and now rocks classic hip hop on Teddy's Jam every Friday night at Colourful Radio. thisstuffisreallyfresh.blogspot.com
Rugrat is renowned for his quirky cut ups and cross-genre mixing. With a passion for Hiphop and Garage, he hosts the main stage at Love Music Hate Racism each year and has played for everyone from Wiley to Babyshambles. djrugrat.com
King Tut of production duo Thundacatz is behind the ProfesserGreen hit ‘I need you tonight’. Signed to the same management as Jessie J, these guys are destined for huge things! myspace.com/thundacatmusic
XO Man is our fave cardigan-clad, bow tie wearing, barrier-breaking artist. As comfortable with a guitar as with a heavy bassline, he’s got a sound that visits everything from hip hop to electro to ska along the way. Festival appearances include Big Chill, and MTV Europe Amsterdam. soundcloud.com/xomanmusic
South London’s seminal Hip Hop crew, Queens English, have been compared to: “De La Soul trapped with Jurassic 5, in a lift that’s slowly being filled with Nitrous Oxide, but its okay cause Nina Simone is gonna save em all”… Wonder what that means? Who knows? One thing’s for sure, they’re insanely original with a slick hip hop vibe that doesn’t front www.qe-hq.com
Camouflage Children, battle rapper Press1 and MC/actor Lenz Wan, initially only formed so they could enter a battle of the bands competition at the O2 arena. Of course they won! Their unique Hip-hop / Dubstep / Spoken Word vibe needs to be seen. camouflagechildren.bandcamp.com
Cronikal and Mr Wilson will also be joining us on the decks.
Advance or Concessions lists: £5 via firstname.lastname@example.org/ £7 without.
Tables: Free to book in advance email@example.com
Address: 418 Brixton Road, London, SW9
Transport: Brixton Tube (1 min walk)
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