LYRICS! #Duckworth by Kendrick and #Tabernacle by Royce (props to #rapgenius) – The force works in mysterious ways…

“Mumble-rap” may be a term invented by aging rap journalists. But auto-tuned mumbling about opiates and “turning up” doesn’t do this to heads or hearts… (props to http://www.rapgenius.com) Duckworth by Kendrick… [Intro] It was always me versus the world Until I found it’s me versus me Why, why, why, why? Why, why, why, why? Just […]

Metal Monkey on Fire! KP Kev the Poet’s new album!

Metal Monkey on FYA! New collection of songs, raps and poems from KP Kev the Poet. Flows and poetry over Hip-Hop and dub – (and grime, boombap, trap, glitch, Jungle, Dubstep and even acoustic music.) My most personal and emotional body of work thus far. Some of the best music I’ve made, just in time […]

PAGANS!

Data. I’d been planning to write something about ‘the pagans’ for a while. UK Hip-Hop culture has started to use ‘pagans’ as derogatory slang, as an insult. I’m not down with that. I would summarise paganism as nature worship, although the term has been used to describe everything from wiccans to Druids. The dictionary definition […]

KP Kev the Poet – Spring Tings! New Music

KP Kev the Poet Hello people! _ I have a few new links to share and spread the positive vibrations for the new Spring. SynchroDestiny Remix – a remix of a new song, I recorded the original at the end of last year and King Slim remixed it this week – https://soundcloud.com/kevthepoet/synchro-destiny-king-slim-remix Grip on Reality […]

The World WILL Know My Name (I’m Amazing)

Some more audacious, obnoxious, “I’m not depressed anymore” bars…  THE WORLD WILL KNOW MY NAAAME! Oh him? Visualising success, abundance flowin’, Balance growin’, Enjoying the quantum flow, I feel like a million bucks, enjoying the power of saying “no thankyou” to the average crutch, even though I love sex, I love the power of saying […]

Out Here and Shining

I got a reason to be confident, if not arrogant or cocky, tryin to stop me climbing’s like tryin to stop the sun from shining, you couldn’t stop me if you were a dark cloud on a cold morn, my reign is destined like sunlight on a cold dawn destined like the drop after the […]

Black Steel In the Age of An@rchy

Inspired by Chuck D, Public Enemy and current Hip-hop media… I remember when Hip-hop culture was revolutionary / now all these rap websites have ads for the military / house negroes like “hey master, hey massa, hey boss” / while I still bump ‘Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos’ / like “I got a […]

Gig Review – Lyrically Challenged 5th Birthday

{I also have an interview with one of the hosts and promoters of Lyrically Challenged coming on The Metropolist website, http://www.themetropolist.com/ however this is the gig review for the 5th Birthday Bash without the interview.} Since moving back to London I had made it to catch the end of one of the monthly Lyrically Challenged Hip-Hop […]