Although it is rarely heard outside of the U.K. and Europe, British Rap has its own traditions and is a style onto itself. Though it doesn't have quite the heritage of American hip-hop, many British rappers grew up within the fertile Caribbean ragga tradition and introduced patois into hip-hop styles. British rap began in the late '80s, and it used the sonic collage of Public Enemy as a launching pad. Soon, many U.K. rappers were adding acid-house flourishes to their sound, resulting in a music style that was darker than its American counterpart. There were poor facsimiles of American rappers, but the best British hip-hop fell into three different camps. There were groups like the Prodigy, w ...
A fearless winner who takes on all challenges & is confident that he will win in any situation, given any scenario. Could be related to fighting, rhyming, singing, gambling, any situation that involves competition. Male Vocals, Hip Hop, British Rap
feel the beat is an upbeat lyrics track, with a very talented hip hop male singer. Just put your hands up and dance. Reflecting parties, dancehall, joy, happiness, fiesta. Ideal for commercial ads, films for young peoples. Teens tweens, urban clubs, hooking up, dancing, cruising, fast & swaggering, Male Rap, Hip Hop, British Rap
Jazzy swingy hip hop style British style ring tone, touting the attributes of Hurley Burley, What a Girlie. Vocals and song by Michael Warner. Brought to you by Ring Tone Theatre. Male Rap & Vocals, Hip Hop, British Rap
UK gritty, urban rap from the streets of south London, featuring driven head nodding beats and a trance-gated synth to add atmosphere. Can be used in a Hip Hop club scene or any urban setting where a young, fun, free-living but urban and gritty vibe is desired. Mixed Rap, Hip Hop, British Rap
Superslick production on this funky dub track. Hiphop beats and bass refined with organ, jazzy breaks, electric guit, lots of musical detail and male spoken words about a man seeking wisdom and finding it in a woman. Fine in fashion shows, urban bar lounge movie scenes or beatnik urban rap poetry, Male Vocals, Hip Hop, British RapCaution: Explicit Lyrics