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Copywrite: God Save The King - Proper English Version (Man Bites Dog)

Copywrite: God Save The King - Proper English Version (Man Bites Dog)



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UK release date 15.05.2012

Out 13th June 2012 on Man Bites Dog Records, Copywrite and his album “God Save The King (Proper English Version)” will go down well with all the hard-core hip-hop lovers.

Starting off the album with “Year of the Gun” featuring Killah Priest, Inspectah Deck & Bigz Flygerian produced by Bronze Nazareth is a deep lyrically written track with aggressive verbal delivery over energetic beats from Bronze Nazareth.

Second track, “Crooked Coppers” features Crooked I and Iron Braydz produced by Surock, it’s a good head nodder that you could imagine played on radio and appreciated on a global basis. “Overdose” features one of my personal favourite rappers Royce da 59 and Genesis Elijah produced by Curtiss King, its got a slamming beat that would get any club jumping.

Finally, some UK hip-hop added to Copywrite’s “God Save The King" featuring one of the best yet hardly known to the mainstream UK/London based rapper Akala “Starter Hats”, that also features Sonny Seeza (Onyx) produced by Kount Fif.

“A Talk With Jesus”, is a haunting hip-hop track with a creepy keyboard in the background and a sampled vocal singing “Just a little talk with Jesus”, it’s a slightly difficult album to listen to if you don’t completely come from a background of straight up hip-hop because it’s a heavily focused hip-hop album you won’t be expecting any Ashanti or Mary J Blige collaborations on this album.
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