Peggy’s World is back for a fourth episode! We travel to Paris to catch up with IGGY Magazine, Normanton Street, Bobbie Johnson and the boys from Just Like Fruit. Back in the UK, Goodbye Brighton and Judas share some great stories with Peggy and her trusty mic.
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Normanton Street teamed up with some of Brighton’s best rappers to bring you this hard remix of their 2016 hit ‘Angelene’. Featured rappers in order of appearance: Mrisi, Hatter, Frankie Stew, Bobbie Johnson, Maczee P and Phonetic.
Hatter, part of the well-known Brighton hip-hop collective Rumbustious Records, has dropped two live sessions.
‘First Night’ is a track from Normanton Street’s latest EP called ‘Life’s Real’.
We teamed up with QM Records and London-based host Peggy to bring you the first episode of a new series called Peggy’s World. Filmed in various locations including London and Lewes, Peggy’s World brings you insightful interviews through the microphone of a very excitable host. This episode features some of // Read More
Normanton Street have been invited to play at SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas next month.
Brighton’s favourite hip-hop act have started releasing something other than music, they’ve just dropped some new t-shirts on their Big Cartel site. The garments come in four different colours: baby blue, turquoise, grey and burgundy. After ending 2015 on a high with the release of ‘Still’ and having made a great start // Read More
We collaborated with Pear Shaped Apparel to produce the official music video for Normanton Street’s “New Dawn” taken from their latest EP, ‘Much Respect’. Get the ‘Much Respect EP’ here. Directed by Myles Burrell and Sebastian Stall. Here’s a little behind the scenes video filmed by local rapper RV.
On Tuesday 25th November, hip-hop sensation Talib Kweli came to town, performing at the very intimate venue – The Haunt. This gig was an experience like no other. From start to finish, it was like one big Brooklyn 90s warehouse rave; an event that should have not been missed. Opening // Read More