Thanks to Extrez!
Indie Danish producer KVBeats spent three years putting together his 2010 debut record The Résumé, and not because he works slowly. KVBeats is not only a gifted producer, but also an industrious workhorse and perfectionist. Dude writes on his exegetic blog subtitled How I Put Together an Album with [highly respected] U.S. Rappers: “You won’t catch me selling beats for scraps on Myspace, I only work with artists that inspire me.” Call him a snob if you want, but KV’s episodic sample-oriented beats warrant the quip and this confident attitude has produced a professional top-notch debut record with features from Royce Da 5′9, Slum Village, Pace Won, Oddisee and Justus League’s Chaundon.
Danish 80’s to 90’s rap group. Pioneering rap in Danish. Formed in 1987 by DJ Jan and Nikolaj Peyk, who brought in his friend Einar Enemark as rapper even though off stage he suffered from stuttering. The lyrics were generally ironic and humorous and made the band hip outside their genre. Nikolaj Peyk would later form Østkyst Hustlers.
Danish hip-hop production team consisting of Simon Bonde, Christian Buksti and Peder Pedersen.
Excellent musical meeting between renowned jazz-musician Thomas Blachman, hip hop artist Al Agami and pop-genius Remee. Inspired by the American Daisy Age-movement, they came up with an inventive, swinging and original album, people in the know still talk about with reverence.
This is a rare CD version with 3 bonus tracks!
Prod. by Snowgoons.
Dope hip-hop from Denmark.
Danish Hip-hop trio, established 1997. The three members comes from various ethnic backgrounds, each bringing elements of their musical culture to the music to the trio, Isam Bachiri from Marocco, Lenny Martinez from Honduras and Cuba, and Waqas Qadri from Pakistan.
The three teamed up as teenagers sharing an early interest in break-dance and rap, forming the trio YGB’s (Young Gifted and Brown) in High School. In 1997 they changed their name to Outlandish and signed with BMG. While studying Bachiri went to Kuwait and Qadri to Pakistan, both bringing back musical inspiration for the debut album “Outland’s Official” released in 2000, including hit singles “Walou” and “Wherever”. The second album, ”Bread & Barrels of Water” from 2003 included an even bigger hit, ”Guantanamo”.
Over the years Outlandish has been struggling touring fatigue and loss of collaboration leading to solo-projects. But in 2009 Outlandish released it’s fourth album, “Sound of a Rebel”, announcing the mutual inspiration was back.
Lucas Secon was born from Danish painter Berta Moltke, and Billboard music editor Paul Sécon.
He began his career in 1990 with the album “To Rap My World Around You”, but was unsatisfied with a lot of aspects of music business (marketing, concept, etc.) He then left the industry to study philosophy and creative writing at New York University. Later, he visited Europe, and decided to base himself in London. His next album, ‘Lucacentric’, was released in 1994 and went very popular with it’s hit single: “With The Lid Off”. Lucas mainly opted for producing other artists after his worldwide success.