Hip Hop Feature in Hype Magazine South Africa – Melanin 9


South Africa’s Hype Magazine carries a monthly column At Street Level written by London based journalist Semper Aziz Harris

In the October issue, the column features news on Murs & Fashawn, Snoop, Wu D-Bloc and London’s Melanin 9

Melanin 9 releases his new album “Magna Carta” on 3rd December, his first official album release following on from highly rated mixtapes such as 144,000. Renowned for his lyricism and mic skills, he’s built up a highly respected reputation as one of the UK’s leading wordsmiths which has also seen him build a fanbase on mainland Europe and in the United States

The feature in Hype includes news of the release together with video footage of him performing for the BBC’s Charlie Sloth “Fire in the Booth”, his “Manorlogz Cipher”, and official videos Strange Fruit and Organised Democracy

You can read the whole feature HERE http://www.hypemagazine.co.za/columns/atstreetlevel-5/

Look out for much more UK media coverage around this release in the weeks and months ahead, plus exclusive new footage coming soon where he performs for the new SBTV series SkooledBy, a video interview with The Hip Hop Chronicle and live radio appearances

You can follow the magazine and artist on twitter @HypeMagazineSA @AtStreetLevel1 and @Melanin_9

Cds of the album can be pre-ordered from Melanin 9 direct via http://www.m9ether.bandcamp.com These will be sent to the public by the 25th November, a week ahead of the official release to the general public on 3rd December.

Any media enquiries regarding the album can be sent to UrbanElite Promotions via the site at www.urbanelitepr.com/contact/

UrbanElite Promotions
T : @urbanelitepr

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