North London Emcee & producer Iron Braydz release his new Verbal sWARdz EP on 14th April, the first since his 2012 mixtape Holla @ Braydz
The first of a series of new solo releases over the next 12 months for the newest member of Triple Darkness, he will also be appearing in a new independent film “Night Bus” directed by Simon Baker who picked up several awards for his “Paralympic” series for Channel 4.
British online hip hop magazine Blacksheep are one of the first to run the rule over the 10 track EP, and the review, afforded a 4 star rating opens with a desription of Braydz as having “talent to spare: verbally dextrous, insightful, passionate, determined with playful wordplay; enough to set him aside from the competition.”
A track by track synopsis follows before reviewer Andrew Kay summarizes “Verbal Swardz conjures up memories of classic Wu-Tang Clan with retro samples and drum patterns, with additional complexity in the production. Iron Bradyz is a talented and passionate MC- it comes across every time he rhymes. There’s a lot going on here and this deserves to be consumed by those who love a proper U.K MC thinking outside the musical box.”
Read the whole article HERE
There have been a couple releases from the EP so far, the audio for “Millennium” featuring Organized Konfusion’s Prince Po and most recently the new video for “Dredd”. Check them out
Look out for much more international media coverage on this in the coming months, and meantime check in with Iron Braydz on twitter @Braydz and on Facebook at HollaAtBraydz. Can also reach the magazine on twitter @Blacksheepmag
Any press or media inquiries, including requests for promotional copies to review, requests for interviews or DJ requests for full quality clean radio edit mp3s of these tracks, can be forwarded to UrbanElite PR HERE