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Two more British online magazines are the latest to run the rule over the new album by West London rapper & producer Apex Zero’s debut solo album “Reality Provoking Liberation” which released on 28th October

Multi genre Musiceyz and urban music specialist AH 25 Eight Entertainment like many before them have endorsed the young emcee’s rhymes, powerful delivery and conscientious approach which addresses many of the political and social issues affecting large sections of society today

The influences of artists such as Wu Tang, Immortal Technique, Nas, dead prez, Public Enemy, Klashnekoff, Phi Life Cypher and Skinnyman are evident in terms of the traditional values of hip hop lyricism, but also has a unique production style drawn from a wide spectrum of musical genres which lends itself to an edgy and at times aggressive full on attack to the senses.

Direct and to the point, he’s drawn an appreciation from an impressive range of media titles, and the latest reviews can be read at:

MUSICEYZ HERE

AH 25 EIGHT ENT HERE

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Apex celebrates the success of this release at his re-scheduled album launch party on Saturday 7th December which takes place upstairs at The Vibe Bar, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 7QL. Performing with a live band, he will be joined by Caxton Press, Iron Braydz, Itch FM’s DJ A.Gee and host Peaches. Entry is £5.00 on the door, 8pm – 1am and the nearest tube station is Aldgate East. Further details about the venue can be found at www.vibe-bar.co.uk

You can buy the album direct in digital format and by mail order in CD format from http://firstandlast.bandcamp.com and keep up to date with him on twitter via @ApexZero00

Check out his recent video release for “Absolute Zero”

Any further media or press enquiries about the album release, requests for interview or features or information regarding the album launch event can be addressed to UrbanElite PR HERE

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Apex Zero took some time out recently to speak with Andrew Kay for British magazine Guestlist recently to speak on his new album “Reality Provoking Liberation” which released on Monday 28th October.

It’s the debut solo album from the London rapper and producer, a brief departure from his work as part of the hip hop duo First and Last. It’s had an impressive media response in the past couple of months, with an appreciation not only for the conscientious lyricism addressing a range of political and social issues, but the ferocity of the delivery and quality in production.

In the interview, he also speaks on his background in starting out in hip hop, and how artists such as Immortal Technique, dead prez, Wu Tang, Nas, Chinese philosophy, historic figures Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey, Huey P Newton and writers Michel Foucault & Molefi Kete Asante have all influenced and contributed to his way of thinking. He also goes into detail about the extent of his musical influences, which are wide ranging,and his thoughts on the UK hip hop scene, past and present

Read the whole article HERE

Apex is busy rehearsing with his live band for his launch event on Saturday 7th December which takes place upstairs at The Vibe Bar, 91 Brick Lane, Shoreditch, London E1 6QL. Also performing will be Caxton Press and Iron Braydz. DJ for the night is A.Gee from Itch FM, hosted by Peaches. £5 on the door, 8pm – 1am, all details about the venue at www.vibe-bar.co.uk

The album is available to buy now in digital and CD formats directly HERE

You can keep up to date with him on twitter @ApexZero00 and also connect with the magazine @Guestlistdotnet

Any further media inquiries in relation to the release or the event can be sent to UrbanElite PR HERE

Look out for a new video for his single Absolute Zero launching on 4th November, but meantime check out his previous one for Chaotic Revolt

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