K Koke TV Episode 5 – Koke is Home

9 11 2011

We welcome back Koke after a long 7 month innocent prison sentence , Koke wastes no time in popping the bottles, Reloading on his swag & getting busy in the studio!

SB.TV – K Koke EP Kountdown – “WORK ETHIC” [5/5] (E.P is OUT NOW)

28 03 2011

Fifth and final in the series of the video countdown launching the upcoming EP from K Koke titled “Koke Volume 2”. Georgia touches on Koke’s work ethic on the album and the various situations that his work had to evolve from.

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Directed by Lance Penez

[Previously | Episode 4]

Ed Sheeran x Unplugged x Talks No. 5 Collaboration EP

21 01 2011

UDTV caught up with Ed Sheeran backstage at Urban Development Unplugged Sessions to talk music and his upcoming projects.

Ed Sheeeran – Nightmares Feat Random Impulse, Sway & Wretch 32

10 01 2011

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Ed Sheeran – No. 5 Collaboration Project EP

9 01 2011

* NOTE: ‘No. 5’ reached 4th place in the Top 10 Album Downloads on iTunes with no promo push… We’re gonna see a lot of ‘friendly’ competition this year…

REVIEW by Bangers & Smash

Ever heard the one about the kid from Norfolk, his guitar and the independent project that’s seen him work with Grime heavyweights such as Wiley, JME, Ghetts and P Money, no? Then read on.

As journalists spend this time of year rummaging through old e-mails and press releases for their sounds of 2011 before settling on a list that is either completely risk averse or alarmingly out dated, you can be sure the more alert will have highlighted singer/songwriter and Bangers and Smash favourite, Ed Sheeran. List or no list Ed’s No.5 Collaborations Project looks set to kick start a breakthrough year for an act that has the potential to cross the genre boundaries that have so often stifled a career.

Having built a loyal following through supports slots with folk wordsmiths Nizlopi, perhaps Ed’s biggest and most surprising break came last year courtesy of his one man performance of ‘You Need Me, I Don’t Need You’ for SB.TV. Having now gained over 500,000 views on Youtube and made a White, Ginger haired kid from Norfolk an unlikely hero in the unforgiving Grime scene, it is this clip that has made a collaboration project with some of Grime’s most legendary figures possible. Speaking to the BBC this month Ed confirmed, “When the SB.TV video went up all the rappers that I had in mind that I would never have been able to get in contact with, got in contact with me. I made a track for each one I wanted to work with, that would suit them.” Soon Ed was touring as a support act on Example’s tour and could be seen back stage going bar for bar with arguably the UK’s finest lyricist, Devlin.

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