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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released January 1, 2004 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released June 7, 2019 | Virgin EMI

Stacko is the debut LP from North London rapper MoStack. Composed of kinetic beats, stuttering trap hi-hats, and seductive chorus melodies, the effort features guest appearances from the likes of Stormzy, Dave, and Fredo. The album is led by the single "Shine Girl." © Rob Wacey /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released June 2, 2017 | Virgin EMI

Following a Best Newcomer nomination at the 2016 MOBO Awards, British rapper MoStack presents the follow-up to his debut mixtape, Gangster with Banter. The High Street Kid mixtape features ten brand-new tracks, with "Ussy Ussy" leading the way as the first single. MoStack's latest project also features a number of notable guest spots, including J Hus, Krept, and Mist. © Bekki Bemrose /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released September 27, 2019 | Virgin EMI

Taking its title from the iconic '90s comedy flick Wayne's World, T Wayne's World 3 is the third mixtape from North London rapper Tion Wayne. After a strong year landing spots on hits like Swarmz' "Bally" and NSG's "Options," the tape sees the rapper return to the ground-level rap that built his fan base thus far. With collaborations from Aitch, JAY1, and Swarmz, the project saw release in September 2019. © David Crone /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released March 29, 2019 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released January 20, 2017 | Virgin EMI

Yesterday's Gone is the debut full-length effort from South London hip-hop artist Loyle Carner. Comprising muddy, overdriven guitar work, abrasive, pronounced electro beats, and introspective, socio-political lyrics, the record features the tracks "The Isle of Arran" and "Ain't Nothing Changed." © Rob Wacey /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released April 13, 2015 | Virgin EMI

With Def Jam on the label and Rick Ross, Ed Sheeran, and Jeremih on the guest list, The Long Way Home is not only the debut album from South London hip-hop duo Krept & Konan, but it's their grand pop entrance for most listeners, considering that previous releases fell into the grey market world of mixtapes. Newcomers might find it strange, then, that this revered duo is so slow and sullen on "Fell Apart/Lucky Ones" and "Wait Up for Me/Waiting," both of these epic and split tracks displaying that post-fame disillusionment that usually fills album number two. "Drifting Away" explains that the groundwork has already been done in the underground ("Used to pay for Nike, now Nike pay for us") and now it's time to dig deeper. Deeper, even when popster Ed Sheeran stops by as "Dreams" poses complicated questions like "How do you expect me to tell a young G to put down the guns?" because the past has shown "That could be suicide." The opening title cut looks in the mirror and admits "When I put on a show/Now, they want to listen," then "Do It for the Gang" with Wiz Khalifa proves it, offering machismo and an infectious chorus and topping it all off with a menstruation joke ("White whip, red interior/That's a white chick on her period"). The hangover anthem "Last Night" with YG is more of the slick same as producers ADP and Levi Lennox offer the U.K. version of the trap beat, then the electro club track "Freak of the Week" with Jeremih hits the high life with a hardcore attitude, winding up the rare number that could be mistaken for either Usher or Three 6 Mafia. With fine guest appearances from Skepta and reggae great Derrick Morgan still to go, The Long Way Home is a great and entertaining album, but maybe not the lean, mean fighting machine that longtime fans crave. They can extract the ambitious, artistic EP hidden inside the album, or better still, they can consider this well-funded major-label release just a part of Krept & Konan's diverse body of work. © David Jeffries /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released July 6, 2015 | Virgin EMI

With Def Jam on the label and Rick Ross, Ed Sheeran, and Jeremih on the guest list, The Long Way Home is not only the debut album from South London hip-hop duo Krept & Konan, but it's their grand pop entrance for most listeners, considering that previous releases fell into the grey market world of mixtapes. Newcomers might find it strange, then, that this revered duo is so slow and sullen on "Fell Apart/Lucky Ones" and "Wait Up for Me/Waiting," both of these epic and split tracks displaying that post-fame disillusionment that usually fills album number two. "Drifting Away" explains that the groundwork has already been done in the underground ("Used to pay for Nike, now Nike pay for us") and now it's time to dig deeper. Deeper, even when popster Ed Sheeran stops by as "Dreams" poses complicated questions like "How do you expect me to tell a young G to put down the guns?" because the past has shown "That could be suicide." The opening title cut looks in the mirror and admits "When I put on a show/Now, they want to listen," then "Do It for the Gang" with Wiz Khalifa proves it, offering machismo and an infectious chorus and topping it all off with a menstruation joke ("White whip, red interior/That's a white chick on her period"). The hangover anthem "Last Night" with YG is more of the slick same as producers ADP and Levi Lennox offer the U.K. version of the trap beat, then the electro club track "Freak of the Week" with Jeremih hits the high life with a hardcore attitude, winding up the rare number that could be mistaken for either Usher or Three 6 Mafia. With fine guest appearances from Skepta and reggae great Derrick Morgan still to go, The Long Way Home is a great and entertaining album, but maybe not the lean, mean fighting machine that longtime fans crave. They can extract the ambitious, artistic EP hidden inside the album, or better still, they can consider this well-funded major-label release just a part of Krept & Konan's diverse body of work. © David Jeffries /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released February 13, 2018 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released October 20, 2017 | Virgin EMI

7 Days is one of two mixtapes that the English rap duo put out simultaneously, and it's also the first release since their 2015 debut, The Long Way Home. 7 Days is the more club-oriented of the two projects and features guest spots from J Hus, Skepta, Stormzy, and Abra Cadabra. The lead single "Wo Wo Wo" preceded the album's release. © Bekki Bemrose /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released October 20, 2017 | Virgin EMI

7 Nights is one of two mixtapes that the English rap duo put out simultaneously, and their first release since their 2015 debut The Long Way Home. 7 Nights is more R&B-orientated than the 7 Days project, and features guest spots from Jhene Aiko, Hudson East, and Tory Lanez. The track "For Me" was released in support of the album prior to its release. © Bekki Bemrose /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released January 1, 2014 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released May 17, 2019 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released August 5, 2016 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released November 16, 2018 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released May 8, 2017 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released January 1, 2014 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released April 12, 2015 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released September 14, 2018 | Virgin EMI

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released January 1, 2014 | Virgin EMI