New video from Brighton’s Normanton Street with a remix featuring a melange of styles from the 273. Well worth checking out. #FuckBrexit < Koaste Advertisements
Full set times for the inaugural MOVES festival for those of you lucky enough to make it down to Patterns on this beautiful day. Trailing this last week I mentioned … Continue reading
Festival season starts early this year with the inaugural Moves Festival from QM Media. Not all hiphop but good to see Bobbie Johnson up near the top of the bill … Continue reading
Fresh heat from that saggy titted bitch with an aggy shitty lip Bobbie Johnson from her long awaited “You & I” EP which is due for release any day now. … Continue reading
I can’t quite figure whether or not it would be good value to buy a festival ticket purely to catch a Bobbie Johnson set but I wouldn’t say it’s entirely … Continue reading
State of the nation address from Brighton’s finest. Bobbie Johnson for PM.
Honestly? I was going to pop down tonight to check out the second in Normanton Street’s series of one-off jams on the strength of promised guest spots from Hatter and … Continue reading
Love this, apart from the bit when Bobbie shouts out Watford. I guess that’s one problem with rap in Brighton, with so many migrants here it’s hard to know where … Continue reading
It’s only right that Bobbie Johnson is on the Slipjam bill this month for the second time in less than twelve months. She’s the type of character who’s the ability … Continue reading
Honestly? Bobbie Johnson I love as an emcee but have serious reservations about as an artist. Not her abilities or commercial potential, just that she’s occasionally a little bit emo … Continue reading
Final Slip Jam of the year, y’all! Be there!
Positive Progression, Fri 20 Sept, with Genesis Elijah, Terra Slim, A.C., Supar Novar, Spliff Richard (and many more)
I’m not going to lie, before this week I hadn’t heard two-thirds of the twelve artists performing tonight for Positive Progression at The Latest Music Bar in Brighton. Not that … Continue reading