Copywrite’s new album God Save The King (Proper English Version) is recognized in the new issue of one of the UK’s leading publications Q Magazine.

Included in Paul McGee’s Hip Hop Round Up for the month, it’s featured along with the new releases by Big K.R.I.T. and Aesop Rock.

The Ohio MC’s album was released on 7th August 2012 on Man Bites Dog Records and is available now on iTunes. Includes production contributions from Bronze Nazareth, Marco Polo, Stu Bangas, Jaguar Skillz, Curtiss King, Kount Fif and Surock.

The MC’s featuring from the USA and UK include S.A.S., Bigz Flygerian, Akala, Genesis Elijah, Iron Braydz, Melanin 9, Mystro, Context, Dru Blu, Royce da 5 9, Evidence, Roc Marciano, Torae, Crooked I, Killah Priest, Casual, Sean Price, Inspectah Deck, Sonny Seeza and many more.

However, as the article suggests, “The guestlist’s impressive throughout, but Copywrite’s characteristic self-assurance never lets you forget it’s his album”

Q Magazine Issue 315 is on sale in all UK stores now.

More information at www.qthemusic.com & www.copywritesworld.com

Connect with both on twitter @Copywrite & @QMagazine

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Ohio’s Copywrite has released his new album “God Save the King (Proper English Version)” which is available now from iTunes

Packed full of the best hip hop beats and rhymes, the release has caused a huge amount of media and public interest over the past few months on both sides of the Atlantic.

Production comes courtesy of Marco Polo, Stu Bangas & Eric Vanderslice, Bronze Nazareth, Jaguar Skills, Surock, Curtiss King, Kount Fif, Poetiq Beatz and Jason Rose

Currently working on the new Megahertz album “Megacy”, Copy is at the peak of his form throughout complimented by features from some of the most skilled MC’s in the game from the UK and United States. Check the tracklist below to see why this has been one of the most talked about independent releases of 2012.

Year of The Gun ft Killah Priest Inspectah Deck Bigz Flygerian prod Bronze Nazareth
Crooked Coppers ft Crooked I & Iron Braydz prod by Surock
Love from Sarah (PSA) ft DJ Sarah Love
Troop Jackets ft Sean Price & SAS prod by Kount Fif
Ghost in the Machine ft Context prod by Jason Rose
Overdose ft Royce da 5 9 & Genesis Elijah prod Curtiss King
J.O.Y. ft Torae & Jason Rose prod Jason Rose
Got Myself ft Gillie The Kid & Sinista Daniro prod by Jason Rose
More Sorrow ft Illogic & Don Jaga prod by Stu Bangas
Yo! MTV Raps! (Money for Nothin’) ft Jason Rose prod by Jason Rose
Golden State (of Mind) ft Casual, Evidence, & Roc Marciano prod by Vanderslice
Opium Prodigies ft Illogic prod by Marco Polo
Arachnaphobia ft Killah Priest, Lord Basis & Melanin 9 prod by Jaguar Skills
Starter Hats ft Sonny Seeza (Onyx) & Akala prod by Kount Fif
G$K ft Dru Blu & Jason Rose prod by Stu Bangas
Still Pickin ft Sean Price, Mystro & Dom prod by Kount Fif
A Talk with Jesus prod by Poetiq Beetz

Buy the album online here

Here is a snippet version of the album to check out all of the tracks

Look out for a new video for “Ghost in the Machine” featuring Context coming very shortly

Keep up to date with Copy on twitter @Copywrite

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Already with well over 30 separate UK magazines covering the release, next up for Copywrite and his new album “God Save The King (Proper English Version)” is a review by Vanessa Ryan for the UK’s Niji Magazine

Based in the south of England, the online has been on the go now for a couple of years with the focus on supporting new emerging talent in music, fashion, art and covering a variety of events

They also actively look to encourage and support new young upcoming writers and journalists providing them with the platform to develop their skills and cover a variety of subjects. They’re a progressive publication with the emphasis on focusing on the positive of what’s happening with new emerging artists.

Unsurprisingly, the nature of Copywrite’s new album which also represents the UK and USA via features from the likes of Akala, Genesis Elijah, Iron Braydz, S.A.S., Melanin 9, Mystro, Dru Blu, Royce da 5 9, Crooked I, Sean Price, Roc Marciano, Torae, Evidence, Killah Priest and many more sat well with them given the international co-operation between hip hop scenes.

Read the whole review HERE

The album is out now via Man Bites Dog Records and as predicted is one of the biggest independent international hip hop releases of 2012. Copywrite is currently in the studio recording the new Megahertz album “Megacy”.

Connect with them on twitter @Copywrite and @NijiMagazine and get more information from www.copywritesworld.com

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Its been an epic journey, but the day has finally arrived

After the initial concept of the album was born during the first couple of months of 2011, and after a very long & winding road in the months which followed, Copywrite’s new album “God Save The King (Proper English Version)” releases today on Man Bites Dog Records

A Stateside version called simply “God Save The King” was released with an entirely different tracklisting in the States in February 2012, however this version took the longest to complete given the massive array of international talent from the UK, United States and Canada who also feature.

Needless to say, the UK media have taken a huge interest in the release over the past few months, with nearly 30 separate magazines either reviewing or publishing interviews (with more to come), djs & online platforms from both sides of the Atlantic jumping all over the various single releases and videos, with further UK satellite tv station support.

Latest to give props to the album is The Hip Hop Village, the people behind which also run 16 Bars Magazine

Read the full review HERE

Also look out for a new video “Ghost in the Machine” featuring London’s Context coming very soon

Copywrite himself is also busy putting together the new Megahertz album, and plans are underway for a European tour taking place early 2013

The album is available on iTunes internationally, and people can check in at www.copywritesworld.com or www.manbitesdogrecords.com for more information

You can keep up to date with Copywrite on twitter @Copywrite or with The Hip Hop Village @HipHop_Village

The full tracklisting of the album is below

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COPYWRITE “GOD SAVE THE KING (Proper English Version)”

TRACKLIST :

Year of The Gun ft Killah Priest, Inspectah Deck & Bigz Flygerian prod by Bronze Nazareth
Crooked Coppers ft Crooked I & Iron Braydz prod by Surock
Love from Sarah (PSA) ft DJ Sarah Love
Troop Jackets ft Sean Price & SAS prod by Kount Fif
Ghost in the Machine ft Context prod by Jason Rose
Overdose ft Royce da 5 9 & Genesis Elijah prod Curtiss King
J.O.Y. ft Torae & Jason Rose prod Jason Rose
Got Myself ft Gillie The Kid & Sinista Daniro prod by Jason Rose
More Sorrow ft Illogic & Don Jaga prod by Stu Bangas
Yo! MTV Raps! (Money for Nothin’) ft Jason Rose prod by Jason Rose
Golden State (of Mind) ft Casual, Evidence, & Roc Marciano prod by Vanderslice
Opium Prodigies ft Illogic prod by Marco Polo
Arachnaphobia ft Killah Priest, Lord Basis & Melanin 9 prod by Jaguar Skills
Starter Hats ft Sonny Seeza (Onyx) & Akala prod by Kount Fif
G$K ft Dru Blu & Jason Rose prod by Stu Bangas
Still Pickin ft Sean Price, Mystro & Dom prod by Kount Fif
A Talk with Jesus prod by Poetiq Beetz

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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.

Follow Copywrite on twitter @Copywrite and the fine fellas over at Hip Hop Kings @HHKdotCom

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Latest review of Copywrite’s new album “God Save The King (Proper English Version)” which releases on Man Bites Dog Records in July 2012 – this time in London’s Beatnik Online

Here, Rob Boffard, who also has his 20/20 show every Thursday night 10pm GMT on Recharged Radio, picks up on the quality of production throughout as well as the contributions made by Copywrite himself and the standard of UK and US artists featuring on this particular release

This isnt a release with international features for the sake of it – artists such as Iron Braydz & Crooked I, Genesis Elijah & Royce da 5 9, Akala & Sonny Seeza, Mystro, S.A.S. & Sean Price, Bigz Flygerian & Inspectah Deck and many more standing shoulder to shoulder throughout makes this a cut above the norm.

Its unprecedented to have this level of international collaboration on an independent hip hop release where the standard remains so consistently high, a fact that’s not missed in the article

Read the whole review HERE

Keep up to date with the artist on twitter @Copywrite and the magazine @beatnikonline & @robboffard

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Latest UK online magazine to review the new album by Ohio’s Copywrite “God Save The King (Proper English Version)”

This time Scott Ronan gives it the 4 star treatment for WhatCulture

He gives a full track by track analysis, picking up on the wordplay and metaphors on display throughout, the dope production and again that international blend of high quality UK and Stateside Emcees complimenting each other on this imaginative release

He summarises

All in all a very strong Hip Hop album. It provides strong Boom Bap beats that sound great in my car with interesting talented lyricists. Copywrite has always been a great lyricist who has earned his underground stripes but with this album he has shown his respect for UK hip-hop by including so many of the dopest UK emcees. Copywrite is a talented battle emcees who uses detailed metaphors and snappy punch lines all over this album. The list of guests help to make this a good strong album. Easily a four out of five.

Read the full review HERE

More information at www.copywritesworld.com & www.manbitesdogrecords.com

On twitter @Copywrite @WhatCulture @sajr @manbitesdogrecs

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