VerbalSwardz-IAmHipHopMagInterview

British online publication I Am Hip Hop Magazine met up with Iron Braydz recently in west London to discuss his new Verbal sWARdz EP which was released on his Unorthostract label on 14th April, available from http://braydz.bandcamp.com

The conversation did develop on, and Braydz speaks on hip hop generally, addressing the similarities and differences in the British and American scenes, the future of British hip hop and unity within it, business over artistry and the perception of hip hop in the wider community. He is asked for his views on perceived racism in the music industry and society as well as his thoughts on the likelihood of a repeat of the 2011 London riots

Read all he had to say HERE

The EP is largely self produced by Iron Braydz, and features Prince Po, Triple Darkness, Sean Price, Kyza, Phat Kat, Skriblah and Kiss FM’s DJ Shortee Blitz. From start to finish, the 10 tracks deliver bangin hip hop beats and lyrical fire.

Hear the full audio stream on Soundcloud

All media & press inquiries regarding Iron Braydz and the Verbal sWARdz EP can be sent to UrbanElite PR HERE

Meantime, keep up to date with Iron Braydz on social media, on twitter @Braydz and on Facebook at “HollaAtBraydz

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VerbalSwardz-PopCulturez

In the week of it’s release, British online multi genre music publication PopCulturez are the latest to review the new “Verbal sWARdz” EP by north London Emcee & producer Iron Braydz

The newest member of Triple Darkness has produced a mightily strong 10 track taster of things to come later in the year, with his own highly evolved wordplay & lyricism complimented by the contributions from Prince Po, Sean Price, Kyza, Skriblah, Phat Kat and several of his fellow TD members. Kiss FM’s DJ Shortee Blitz brings some quality turntablism on board in the track Dobermans

The review includes the summary “this release immediately has the sound of a Wu-Tang Clan affiliate project, and not just because of the samples used in the ‘Intro.’ Where many of today’s MCs are shifting their styles to suit commercial crowds, with dubstep, grime, or even dance-floor orientated club tracks providing the backing, Iron Braydz keeps things gully with a solid rap style that will please purists.

Read it in full HERE

Verbal sWARdz is available to the public now at http://braydz.bandcamp.com

You can hear the full audio stream of the EP on Soundcloud

Also check out the new video “Rambo” featuring Kyza and Skriblah, released earlier this week and shot in east London by Global Faction

Connect with Iron Braydz on social media, on twitter @Braydz and on Facebook “HollaAtBraydz

Look out for further international media coverage on this release over the next couple of weeks. Any press inquiries or dj requests for full quality radio edits of the singles “Firey Red ft Sean Price”, “Rambo ft Kyza & Skriblah”, “Millennium ft Prince Po” and “Dredd” can be sent to UrbanElite PR HERE

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