TimingIsEverything-DataTransmission

British online publication DataTransmission is best known for it’s comprehensive coverage of the European dance music scene, reviewing releases, interviewing artists, reporting on events from across the continent

They also have a history of delving into other genres such as hip hop, and are the latest to review the debut album “Timing is Everything” by Detroit MC Kid Vishis, the younger brother of Slaughterhouse’s Royce da 5 9.

Contributor Ethan Everton provides an in depth analysis of the lyricism and subject matter backed by production from Shady Records’ Mr Porter, New Jersey’s Nemisis, Canadian Nick Zervos and Australian Chase Moore of the duo Hippie Sabotage, summarizing :

Unrestricted, untamed and compact with vivid differentiation, he will strike chords with both mainstream and underground hip-hop audiences. His lyricism speaks volumes about his experience, while as a debut album it purposely portrays the level at which Kid Vishis is currently working.

Read the full review HERE

The album releases on 22nd July 2014, and will be available internationally on digital and physical formats. Signed copies can be pre-ordered from the label at www.seven13ent.com

Kid Vishis will be in New York all this week as he gets ready to take in the Total Slaughter event at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Saturday 12th July. You can keep up to date with what he’s doing there and also updates on the release by following him on twitter @KidVishis

Any members of the press & media who would like to meet up with him in NYC, or who would like to arrange a separate interview and receive a promotional copy of the album should contact UrbanElite PR HERE

Meanwhile, check out the concept video for Talk Behind My Back. The official video for this track will be released soon

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A legend from her days with the pioneering Flipmode Squad, Rah Digga has been busy in the studio recently working on various new projects

After a series of buzz track releases in the past 12 months, the first official release due out in the autumn is her new “Hood House” EP, mashing up original club samples and ripping them apart with her renowned lyrical flow.

This mix of classic rap and house styles has not surprisingly been smashing the clubs & radio in New Jersey, Chicago and New York. The first leak “I Heard You Say”, which uses the sample from Dennis Ferrer’s “Hey Hey” featuring Shingai Shoniwa, was premiered by Complex Magazine on Monday

The full original version of “I Heard You Say” can be bought HERE and you can follow Rah Digga on twitter @therealrahdigga

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Check out the original version of “I Heard You Say” on Soundcloud

Any radio station or club djs looking for a full 320 kbps quality of the clean / radio edit, contact UrbanElite PR HERE

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