MagnaCarta-GuestlistInterview

London’s monthly music newspaper and online platform The Guestlist Network had already given Melanin 9’s new release “Magna Carta” their full endorsement by naming it their “Album of the Month” at the beginning of November.

They have just followed that up with a new interview courtesy of Janine Francois

He speaks on his new album and how it was put together, the universal nature of hip hop culture compared to the more insular outlook of others, his thoughts on the Golden Era and the influence that has played in his writing style and his earlier days coming up through the scene

Read the whole interview HERE

The album was released on iTunes on 3rd December, and you can buy that HERE

If you prefer physical CD copies and the 12″ vinyl of his single featuring Roc Marciano “White Russian”, these can be purchased via http://m9ether.bandcamp.com

Follow him on twitter @Melanin_9 and the magazine @GuestlistDotNet

Any further media enquiries about this release can be addressed to UrbanElite PR HERE

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The Guestlist Network is a multi genre online and physical publication, distributed free around London every month

They carry news of all forms of music releases, interviews, videos, events and also report on what’s happening from around the UK

They have just made the debut album by Melanin 9, “Magna Carta”, their “Album of the Month” courtesy of a review by freelance journalist Oliver Pickup, and the review is live now on their website as well as due to be carried in their physical paper

Not for the first time, some loose comparisons are made with Nas, The Pharcyde and Wu Tang, to be expected given the heavy influence The Golden Era has had on this incredibly talented young emcee.

With mellow beats and forceful rapping about gritty street stories, Melanin 9’s Magna Carta is an important release setting out his own lofty ambitions” concludes the review which you can read in full HERE

Look out for much more media coverage coming from both sides of the Atlantic, including exclusive performances and interviews with SBTV, The Hip Hop Chronicle and Blatantly Blunt.

Pre orders of the CD version of the album can be made via http://m9ether.bandcamp.com and it will be available for general release on 3rd December

His album launch party at The Vibe Bar, Brick Lane, London will be hosted by Iron Braydz, and feature Choice FM’s DJ 279 on the decks with further performances by Genesis Elijah, Cyrus Malachi, Rewd Adams, Phoenix Da Icefire, Logic and Skriblah. You can get more information about the night via the Facebook page HERE

You can connect with the artist on twitter @Melanin_9 the reviewer Oli Pickup @CulturedClown and the Magazine @Guestlistdotnet

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In the run up to the much anticipated release of Copywrite’s album “God Save The King (Proper English Version)” on 7th August, London’s Guestlist Network followed up their recent interview with the current Ohio Hip Hop Award “Best Lyricist” with a full album review.

This appears in the magazine’s online edition and also in their current monthly newspaper which is distributed throughout the capital city

Louisa Chengo delivers a well considered & analytical piece here which will help the reader get a real flavour of the album.

Read the full review HERE

A unique release given the quality of producers such as Marco Polo, Bronze Nazareth, Stu Bangas, Surock, Curtiss King, Kount Fif & Eric Vanderslice, Megahertz’ Copywrite is in top form ably assisted by international features including Akala, Sonny Seeza, Genesis Elijah, Royce da 5 9, Iron Braydz, Crooked I, S.A.S., Sean Price, Mystro, Don Dru Blu Strapzy, Roc Marciano, Torae, Bigz Flygerian, Inspectah Deck, Killah Priest, Evidence, Context and many more.

Look out for much more media coverage going live in the UK over the coming weeks

Thanks also to Tab Taylor and Lisa Jenkins for their assistance

Connect with the guys on twitter @Copywrite @Guestlistdotnet & @LouisaLIVES

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Another UK magazine takes time out to speak with Ohio’s Copywrite

This time, Jazz Gill gets on the phone on behalf of The Guestlist Network, one of London’s premier online and physical publications

Jazz is well known for his in depth reviews, features and interviews and here its no different. Addressing the international concept of the album, he also touches upon Copy’s religious beliefs and how that sits with his current work, the famous diss track with Asher Roth and comparisons with other white rappers such as Eminem

Read the whole interview HERE

Also look out for a review of the album coming in the next monthly newspaper edition of Guestlist distributed all over London

Follow on twitter @Copywrite @JazzTheJourno @GuestListDotNet

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