Tuesday, 30 September 2008

'Starvin' Artist Movement Mixtape Volume 1' - The Unfriendly Neighbours (free download)

Click here for your free download of this cheeky midlands hip hop.

On tracks 1 to 9 The Unfriendly Neighbours have light-hearted fun with their clever lyrics, hilarious subject matter and very suitable beats.

The next few tracks turn a little more to the dark side of Joe Gutta and BiggaMan's minds and the last few tracks mix it up a bit.

Check 'Bam Bam' featuring Parly B for some roots dub reggae rudebwoyness. My only criticism of the mixtape is that inevitably, for what might be termed as 'lad-rap', there is a slight obsession with sex rhymes - boys, you've obviously got what it takes without resorting to talking about intercourse every few tracks.

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