In the lead up to the release of his new album God Save The King (Proper English Version), which finally has a confirmed release date of 7th August via Man Bites Dog Records, Copywrite took some time out to speak with one of the UK’s leading onlines Hip Hop Kings.
Here he compares the new album with his previous release The Life & Times of Peter Nelson, his working with such a wide range of UK artists & the concept behind the album, his work on the new Megahertz album and which producers he’d be keen to work with in the future and plnas for touring
The album has certainly sparked the imagination of the UK media to date, with coverage in a diverse range of publications including Subba Cultcha, Data Transmission, Blues & Soul, Flavour, K-Mag, Beatnik, British Hip Hop, SBTV, What Culture, Kix, Clash and even weekly entertainment magazine Nuts. Much more to follow
With production from Marco Polo, Bronze Nazareth, Stu Bangas, Vanderslice, Curtiss King & Kount Fif complementing Copy at his best & featured artists such as Royce da 5 9, Crooked I, Seam P, Killah Priest, Roc Marciano, Evidence, Torae, Akala, Mystro, Genesis Elijah, Bigz, S.A.S, Melanin 9, Iron Braydz, Context & Dru Blu, its little wonder that this unique release is thought to be one of the biggest independent hip hop albums of 2012.
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