As The British Grime Culture Continues To Grow

As the British Grime culture continues to grow, there has become a developing connection with music that carries a message. Even as someone who is totally hip-hop orientated, I can’t deny the influence of grime when it is so clearly evident. You only have to look as far as Drake […]

March 3rd, 2016|Music, STTS News|0 Comments


February 24th, 2016|Mixtapes, STTS News|0 Comments

Dirty Dapz

Dirty Dapz is my artist name

I am 27 from North West London

I wrote first tune about 12 year ago

My favorite place I ever performed was O2 arena big gig I loved it!

I do all style’s of music, I love music, only good music so please watch this space.

I wont lie […]

February 24th, 2016|Artists, STTS News|0 Comments


Sarantis. That is my real name.

I have worked with labels like senseless records, black acre, loose squares and more and I have worked with loads of artists. Warrior Queen, Gala P, Crawler, Dialect, Pakz, Bongo Chilli, Juice, Korby and a lot lot more. The list is long and the funny […]

February 24th, 2016|Artists, STTS News|0 Comments

Review: Chali 2na – Live At The Wardrobe, Leeds 21/01/16

Chali 2na is one of the most easily identifiable and respected MCs in the game; any hip-hop head will instantly perk up at the first syllable spoken in the Chicago rapper’s deep, recognisable voice. His work with Jurassic 5 has allowed him to develop and maintain a stellar reputation amongst […]

February 23rd, 2016|Music, Uncategorized|0 Comments


Paddy started out as a B-boy back in 1998 with Breakers Unify then moved on to spoken word with Leeds Young Authors.

He started writing lyrics for music around 2002.

Paddy has worked with the likes of Big Narsty, Devilman, Flirter D, Dirty Dapz, Tarra D, Row D, and many more.

Paddy […]

February 12th, 2016|Artists|0 Comments

Rhyme and Reason – Episode Five: We Don’t Stop

Bored of people who know no better complaining that hip hop is all just violence, misogyny and consumerism? People stuck in the mythical golden age complaining that hip hop today has lost consciousness? This month, the playlist takes aim at these arguments and lays them to rest.

Rhyme and Reason Episode […]

January 28th, 2016|Music|0 Comments

LIVE REVIEW: Angel Haze @ Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds 13/01/16

Leeds can be a fickle place, and sometimes shows that look like stellar bookings end up as an almost empty room so it was good to see that, although not a sell-out, the room was pretty full by the time Angel Haze wandered on to the stage around 9.30pm. Not […]

January 18th, 2016|Hip Hop Gigs, Music|0 Comments

Isaiah Dreads – the young artist who’s about to make 2016 his year

Hip hop connection UK regular, ben freeman, picks the artist that he predicts will blow up this year. Anyone else we should be looking out for? Tell us in the comments.

Two years ago this young British rapper was virtually unknown but flawless performances at Leeds and Reading festivals in 2015, […]

January 4th, 2016|Music|0 Comments

Rhyme and Reason – Episode Four: Best of 2015

What a brilliant year for hip hop! I couldn’t squeeze this into an hour, so here’s almost two hours of some of the best releases from the last 12 months.
Thanks for listening, and happy Christmas XX

Rhyme and Reason Episode 4: The Best of 2015 by Vicky T on Mixcloud


Intro: […]

December 24th, 2015|Music|0 Comments