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Dean Holder - Soapbox

Articles by: Dean Holder

Reviews

Bamalam – Chest of Draws – Review

Bamalam – Chest of Draws – Review

E & Daniels seem to keep releasing great project after project, giving their army of “Harrys” a harder time with every release. Latest to arrive at the end of the E&D conveyor belt is Bamalam’s new EP Chest of Draws, a well structured piece of work which demonstrates his seamless flow and writing ability and Cystic’s incredible production. It // Read More

by × August 5, 2014 ×

Reviews

We listened Mr 13 & Big Frizzle’s new album

We listened Mr 13 & Big Frizzle’s new album

The next project to drop into Soapbox’s proverbial lap is a 9 track EP from Mr 13 & Big Frizzle titled ‘Hate & Happiness’. One thing I’ve always found with joint projects is that more often than not, one of the artists will outshine the other, or they will lack // Read More

by × June 29, 2014 ×

Reviews

Tali – Just The Beginning

Tali – Just The Beginning

Last Summer, Don’t Flop, the UK’s leading battle rap league, held some tryout battles in an attempt to find potential future stars. Fans of the league will know that the search was not a simple one, bringing an infamous wave of choke artists and general flops (which I was definitely // Read More

by × April 29, 2014 ×

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Sox – Winning & Chilling – Review

Sox – Winning & Chilling – Review

In a time where the Grime scene seemed like it was going to crumble and disappear into the deep, dark hole of irrelevance, Jammer brought LOTM3 in an attempt to keep the decorated scene alive.

by × April 17, 2014 ×

Articles

4 Signs That an Act is Going to be Commercially Successful

4 Signs That an Act is Going to be Commercially Successful

Today’s generation pride themselves on knowing an artist before everybody else. It’s a big deal to have known Conor Maynard back when he was singing Drake covers on YouTube or Odd Future before Earl Sweatshirt’s mother grounded him and sent him to Samoa.

by × April 9, 2014 ×