For its ten-year anniversary, Mic Cheque break down the music and legacy of the British hip hop classic, Lowkey’s ‘Soundtrack to the Struggle’.
From the very first to the latest, here are the national number one albums by a British rapper.
The Barking native sets up the next chapter of his career, toying with modern trap sounds and his signature familiarity.
Ranking Kano’s studio albums from worst to best.
Little Simz’s fourth album is a dreamy musical that crowns the rapper as the most talented artist of her class.
Here are the five best up and coming UK-based podcasts that discuss hip hop.
Hailing from North London, NPhil’s debut mixtape already sets the newcomer out from the crowd.
15 classic UK rap songs that you did not know use American beats.
A look into the underrated legends that laid the foundation for UK rap to reach the commercial peak it is at today.
Longevity matches legacy on the veteran’s third album, carefully constructed to demand the respect as as UK rap legend.
A brief look into the South London rapper’s latest mixtape, ‘Lonely Road’.
Fredo’s sophomore album strips the trap shades away, standing bare-chest in Fredo’s discography to offer the most focused subject matter and cohesion of his career.