Ohio’s Copywrite continues to impress the UK’s media with his new album God Save The King (Proper English Version), this time via the renowned online SBTV.

Run by young media entrepreneur Jamal Edwards, it has established itself as a major player internationally, acting as the launch pad for many of the emerging UK urban artists’ careers who have gone on to enjoy chart success

Now a regular port of call for visiting Major international artists to London, reviewer Fiona Guest gives this release her full endorsement, again picking up on Copy’s own rhyme skills in conjunction with the trans Atlantic vibe with features from London’s S.A.S., Bigz Flygerian, Genesis Elijah, Iron Braydz, Context, Dru Blu, Akala, Mystro, Melanin 9 and Don Jaga. They stand alongside hip hop heavyweights from the States including Royce da 5 9, Sean Price, Crooked I, Inspectah Deck, Killah Priest, Roc Marciano, Evidence, Sonny Seeza and many more

The beats are top quality throughout courtesy of Jaguar Skills, Bronze Nazareth, Kount Fif, Stu Bangas, Vanderslice, Curtiss King, Marco Polo, Jason Rose & Surock

Read the full review HERE and get used to this, you’ll be seeing a lot more soon

Album releases on 13th June 2012 on Man Bites Dog Records

Follow them on twitter @Copywrite @SBTVonline & @FionaGuest

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Blues & Soul are a long standing UK publication in printed and online formats

They are the latest to cover the release of the new album by Ohio’s Copywrite “God Save The King (Proper English Version)” which is out on Man Bites Dog Records 13th June 2012

This was one of the most eagerly awaited independent hip hop releases of 2012 in the British marketplace due to Copywrite’s history as part of Megahertz, previous releases “Ultrasound” & “The High Exhaulted”, and the range of UK and American featured artists on the new album.

Over some massive production from the likes of Marco Polo, Stu Bangas, Kount Fif, Bronze Nazareth, Vanderslice, Curtiss King & Surock, Copy is bang on form and brings a real international flavour to the table assisted by the UK’s Genesis Elijah, Mystro, Eurogang’s S.A.S. & Bigz, Dru Blu, Context, Melanin 9, Don Jaga, Iron Braydz & Akala. They stand shoulder to shoulder with Stateside counterparts such as Sean Price, Royce da 5 9, Crooked I, Inspectah Deck, Killah Priest, Roc Marciano, Evidence, Torae, Sonny Seeza and many more

Read Matt Daniel’s review HERE

Follow on Twitter @Copywrite & @BluesandSoul

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

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Definitely one of the hottest independent hip hop albums due for release this year

Copywrite’s “God Save The King (Proper English Version)” drops on 13th June 2012 with a heavy line up of UK and US featured artists backed up by production from the likes of Jaguar Skills, Marco Polo, Vanderslice, Stu Bangas, Kount Fif, Curtiss King and more

His new interview with London’s Kix Magazine has just gone live as has another new album review, this time by the UK’s Subba Cultcha

Read the new interview HERE

New album review HERE

Much more to follow. Media enquiries about this release only should be directed to urbanelitepr at gmail

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