British online publication Bearded Magazine covers many genres of music and has consistently championed new artists they feel have genuine quality and talent.
On the day of the release of his new “Verbal sWARdz” EP, they have published an introductory feature on north London Emcee and producer Iron Braydz which acknowledges the work he has put in to date, whether when based in NYC working with DJ J-Ronin’s All Elements crew, Sean Price, Guilty Simpson and Sav Kills, or via his previous landmark releases Devil May Cry and Holla @Braydz.
One of the UK’s most highly rated lyricists for a number of years, both at home & abroad and together with the rest of his Triple Darkness crew, the article reflects “True hip-hop in the UK is reserved for underground scenes and hidden-away locales. There’s not many who can take the style to the mainstream and retain integrity – Tinie who? – but if Braydz continues the way he does, there’s gonna be a helluva lot of people clamouring to get involved.”
“Verbal sWARdz” is only the first of a series of releases planned from Iron Braydz in the year ahead – be on the lookout for this guy and check the full feature at Bearded Magazine
The EP includes features by Prince Po, Sean Price, Triple Darkness, DJ Shortee Blitz, Phat Kat, Kyza and Skriblah and is available now from Iron Braydz’ BANDCAMP
He marked the EP’s release by launching the new video for Rambo today featuring Kyza and Skriblah. It was shot in east London recently by Global Faction. Some quality visuals here, check it out on Youtube
Expect to see much more international media coverage on this release. All press & media inquiries about Iron Braydz, the Verbal sWARdz EP, or dj requests for full quality radio edit mp3s of “Rambo” can be sent to UrbanElite PR HERE