Sturban Clothing Podcast with Kulez

Sturban Clothing Podcast
Search for Kulez on You Tube and it will soon become apparent that the Zimbabwean born emcee has already packed in so many punchlines and metaphoric imagery that you wonder how he sustained the intensity for over 100 battles.

Looking forward we are set for a debut solo album for 2011. You won’t hear the eerie baritone hollers of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, but the dubstep and d’n’b influence with a hint of grime and a whole load of hip hop lyricism. At 20 years old, still unsigned, no managers, no booking agents or lawyers the kid is fully independent.

Here we have an exclusive mix for Sturban Clothing mixing styles from all genre’s of UK and the odd US urban music artist, and like the Sturban site and clothing brands this mix is raw, earthy, underground and untamed, it’s of the street and for the street – original since the day we dared be different.

If anybody reading fancies doing a podcast it’s one hour min in mp3 format and supply us with a tracklisting, simple as that we aint exclusive we are happy that if you have a band are a producer, dj or just like music then wack some tracks together and entertain us we wont make fun, we not unless you slip in some S Club 7 tracks. we can supply drops so hit me up glyn[at]

Sublime – Smoke Two Joints
Common – Sweet
Pusha T – Peso Freestyle
Ghetts ft Nelly Furtado – Standing There
Future – Tony Montana
Lady Leshurr – LEGO
Illwill – Verse 6 ft Teckzilla, Mr.Raw, 12gage, M-Trill, Rap6, Boogey
T-Pain – 5 O’Clock ft Wiz Khalifa Lily Allen
Styles P – Harsh ft Busta Rhymes Rick Ross
16bit – Le Hanwell Hustle
Oh My Vs OG 39Z – Run This Town Dream remix
Emeli Sande – Daddy ft Naughty Boy
Giggs ft Kano – Dem Man
Jack Flash – Four Letter F Word
Joker – The Vision ft. Freddie Gibbs & Jessie Ware
Lowkey – Dreamers ft Mai Khalil
Professor Green Ft Fink – Spinning Out
Kano ft Ghetts – House Of Pain
Prime ft The Weeknd – House Of Balloons
Immortal Technique Ft. Joell Ortiz, CF, and Pumpkinhead – Young Lords

PuffPass Podcast


Breakin Bread Podcast

Skeg is joined by Virgil Howe from the Killer Meters for a special Electro show. As well as the normal Breakin Bread fare of new and old soul, funk, jazz, beats and hip hop the boys get busy with an hour of Electro!

Gang Starr – Take Two and Pass
Eighties Ladies – Turned On To You
Pacific Eardrum – Man of Mystery
Virgil Howe – Baron Break
JVC Force – Tear Shit Up
Fresh Females – Precious and Passion
Roc Marciano – Jungle Fever
Mr Chop and CL Smooth – Straighten It Out
Alan Tew – The Hangman
Hot Chocolate – Bump and Dilly Down
Queen Samantha – Take A Chance
Kraftwerk – Numbers/Computer World
Think Tank – Think Tank
Duane Omar – Jam Packed
Extra T’s Boogie – ET’s Jam
Man Parrish – Boogie Down Bronx
Michael Jackson – Wanna Be Startin Somethin
Newcleus – Jam On It
Virgil Howe – Edit
Timezone – Wildstyle
Beb – Hot Dog
Hashim – All Naayfish The Soul (Virgil Howe Edit)
Hashim – All Naayfish The Soul (Original)
Cybotron – Clear
Kavinsky – Beat Cruiser
Sebastien – Hal
Depth Charge – GOAL!
Mongo Santamaria – Crazy Lady
Sir Joe Quartermain and The Free Soul – So Much Trouble
Les DJOS – Tune! Donny Elbert Band – I Love I Believe
The Amboy Dukes – More and More
The Killer Meters – Rainbow Of Love (Virgil Howe Disco Edit)
Dimlite – On The Same Picture
Sun Ra – The Perfect Man

Breakin Bread Podcast

DJ Cable podcast (May)

This month’s mix has more of a Hip Hop/Electronica selection, although there is a nice slice of Dubstep & Grime towards the end, packed with new tunes from House Shoes, Busta Rhymes, Sean Price, T.I., Rusko, Noisia, Guilty Simpson, Rude Kid and Mark Instinct…plus some exclusive heat from Mz. Bratt, Dream McLean, Macca and I.D.


01. DJ Cable – Podcast Intro…
02. Busta Rhymes Feat. Swizz Beatz – Stop The Party
03. Capone-N-Noreaga Feat. Raekwon – The Reserves
04. Copywrite – Last Laugh
05. House Shoes – Newports
06. Guilty Simpson – Y’all Scared (Oh No Remix)
07. ElekTro4 – Afi’s Song
08. Knxwledge – Wait
09. Lorn – Automaton
10. Grafh Feat. Jim Jones – Bout That
11. Skooda Chose Feat. Chip Tha Ripper – Polo Rugby
12. The Game – Slangin’ Rocks
13. Raekwon – Alphabet Soup
14. Lorn – What’s The Use
15. Nino – Ready To Rock
16. Jordan Rockswell – Winter Warfare
17. Jay Electronica Feat. Diddy – Ghost Of Christopher Wallace
18. T.I. – Welcome Back To The Trap
19. Sean Price – Let Me Tell You
20. Wiz Khalifa – Feat. Curren$y & Big Kritt – Glass House
21. Bun B Feat. Yo Gotti & Gucci Mane – Countin Money
22. Mz. Bratt – Selecta
23. Rusko – Kumon Kumon
24. Benga – Baltimore Clap
25. Distance – No Warning
26. I.D. – Mustang VIP
27. Noisia – Slpit The Atom (Bar9 Remix)
28. Mark Instinct – 15 Karat
29. Macca – 0’10 (Spaceship Anthem)
30. Kavsrave – Pclart
31. Teddy – House Party
32. Rude Kid – Jack Daniels
33. Teddy – Ren & Stimpy
34. Dream McLean – Stop Me

DJ Cable May Podcast

DJ Cable Mix

This month’s mix has more of an emphasis on the Hip Hop/Wonky/Experimental vibe, with brand new heat from the likes of Big Boi, Devonwho, Samiyam, Pac Div, J. Cole, Ghostface, Amp Live, 8 Ball & MJG, as well as recent music from Dibiase & T.I.

For the Dubstep and Grime section, there’s new music from Benga, FuntCase, Ruckspin, Starkey and Frisco, with some tidy exclusives from D Double E, Dark Sky & Fused Forces.


01. DJ Cable – Podcast Intro…
02. Big Boi – Shutterbug
03. Red Cafe Feat. Fabolous – I’m Ill
04. Ghostface Killah & Method Man – It’s That Wu S**t
05. Devonwho – Stile
06. Dibiase – Axel Bop
07. Samiyam – Fishticks
08. Pac Div Feat. Marz Lovejoy – Shine
09. J. Cole – Who Dat
10. Rusko Feat. Amber Coffman – Hold On (Sub Focus Remix)
11. Eprom – Shoplifter (Edit)
12. Nu:Tone – Set Me Free
13. Eprom – Bubble
14. Drake – Over (Acapella)
15. Pac Div – Broccoli
16. Pariah – Detroit Falls
17. Amp Live Feat. Mickey Factz – Turn It Up
18. 8 Ball & MJG Feat. Young Dro – Bring It Back
19. T.I. – I’m Back
20. Skitz Feat. Buggsy – Born Inna System
21. Funtcase – So Vexed
22. Rusko – Woo boost
23. Jakes – Boom
24. Benga – EyeTunes
25. Fused Forces – No Candy
26. D Double E – Street Fighter Riddim
27. The Thunderclaps – Put ‘Em In Their Place
28. Frisco – Training Day
29. Starkey – Pleasure Points
30. G. Tank – Bully Of The Beats
31. Ruckspin – Get Naked
32. The XX – Crystalised (Dark Sky Remix)
33. Dark Sky – To Lose

DJ Cable Mix

Big Live & Flavour magazine present the Big Fest

Big Live & Flavour magazine present the Big Fest – Sunday 27th June 2010 – 7pm to 10pm – Wolverhampton Civic Hall

The UK’s number one UK talent showcase featuring the best of the best in UK artists. A new annual event bringing you chart topping artists all performing the biggest hits under one roof for one night only. This all takes place @ Wolverhampton City Civic Hall, from 7pm till 10pm. Then we party with the stars at our exclusive after party at a secret location!!!! Check out the biggest line up ever to hit the Midlands!!!

Live on stage…

Tinie Tempah – performing his uk number 1 smash hit “Pass Out”
Wiley – Eski Beats/ UK smash hit “Take That”
Mclean – UK rising talent

***with special guests***
Fugative / Devlin / Mz Bratt / Nu Brand / Bragz / Khy / Avalanch / DH

***with support from dj’s and hosts***
Tricksta / Ashinel / Chef / Kae / Young Nicey / Shades / Alex Kingpin Perrin

This event will sell out so purchase your tickets from the following tickets outlets:

Midlands box office 08703 207 000
See tickets. 01159 934 434
Ticket master. 0844 277 4321

Limited exclusive vip after party tickets are available only from the midlands box office. 08703207000

For more info call 07701 090 781 or log on to

Tenny Ten aka 10Shott – Oh My Dayz

The brand new single is out on Monday!!!

To pre-order this amazing new single please just simply text TEN to 60300

Lyricist, mentor, star in waiting: Tenny Ten aka 10Shott is the latest talent to be unearthed from the UK urban scene. With a smooth tongue, stylish swagger and knack for an ear-catching hook, his appeal is wide-ranging and undeniable – and behind it is an impressive story of success against the odds and an artist of real substance, capable of pushing British music even further forward.

Tenny was born and raised in Wolverhampton – an unlikely breeding ground for hip-hop talent, to say the least. The child of a mother who sang backing vocals for Culture Club and UB40 and a father who played keyboards with Thin Lizzy, Tenny grew up accustomed to spending time in an atmosphere where music was prioritised, and penned his first bars as a teenager, inspired by the successes of his favourite football team, Liverpool. Nonetheless, the path out of Wolverhampton wasn’t an easy one to find – and it became an even tougher one during the early 2000s, just when Tenny was beginning to find his artistic feet, when street violence escalated – leading to the effective closure of the town’s entire hip-hop scene. “Everyone was afraid to book black acts here because they were afraid there’d be a stabbing,” says Tenny wryly. “I even spoke to a black promoter who told me he didn’t want any black people in his club – just white people in suits.”

Despite the fact that the odds were stacked against him, Tenny’s commitment to his craft paid off. His tough route to success was reflected in the title of his first independently-released mixtape, 2007’s Ghetto Brick Road, a collection of 30 snappy, sharp freestyles which garnered a four-star review from Hip Hop Connection that labelled Tenny “one of the best British MCs to date”; its highlight was the powerful Tin Soldiers, on which Tenny railed against the Iraq War over epic chorales and sampled news snippets. The mixtape was so titled because, in Tenny’s own words, he wanted to explain that “there is light on the other side of the hood”, and as such it mirrored his own life, where his burgeoning skills and success were proving an effective path off the streets. “I’d be hanging out with friends on a street corner, up to no good, and I’d be thinking – I wanna go home, write some bars, finish that track, book a studio! It kept me out of a lot of trouble,” he says.

Ghetto Brick Road was released under Tenny’s first stage name, 10Shott, a moniker that stems from his basketball prowess, specifically one game in which a zoning Tenny shot 10 hoops, as accurate on the mic as on the court. The press and radio acclaim it received – with praise coming from names such as Tim Westwood and Ras Kwame – has led to Tenny being snapped up by Zy Records; currently on tour with some of the UK’s biggest emerging pop stars – Chipmunk, Daisy Dares You and Tinie Tempah – his charismatic live performances are going down a storm. His talent has also spread across the pond, with the anthemic monster hook from his Swagnificent track sparking interest from the Def Jam stable.

It is unsurprising when you consider how Tenny’s material continues to go from strength to strength. Debut single Oh My Dayz, co-produced by platinum album producer Mr Woo (Death Row/Suge Knight/Cam’ron) and released on 1 March, is an irresistible electro-rave banger. Both lairy and nimble, with an “off the Richter, off the Richter” hook that lodges immovably in your head, it’s a feel-good track that perfectly depicts a great night out.

Tenny is nothing if not versatile, though. Unlike the majority of crossover urban artists of late, Tenny grew up not on the energy of grime but on the lyrical and narrative skills of the US hip-hop greats: Tupac, Biggie and in particular Method Man and Redman. Now, he prides himself on crafting material of similar substance, depth and resonance. He’s also aided by the relaxed, laconic swagger of his flow. On Designer Girl, for instance, he masterfully crafts a portrayal of the titular character, a queen bee who’s “in charge like Obama” and who has never had to stand in a queue in her life. “I had so much fun writing the verses,” says Tenny. “And yes, that’s my type of girl! I like girls who can look after themselves.”

On Leave Us Alone, Tenny turns his attentions to a very different sort of woman: an interfering mother-in-law. Over a jaunty ska beat, Tenny delivers a hilarious comedy of manners – inspired by a real-life situation – that audiences everywhere will be able to identify with, along the way delivering punchlines at every turn and rhyming “hard-boiled” with “gargoyle”. Meanwhile, Tenny indulges his sense of humour further on Get Blown, on which storming, ravey beats are juxtaposed with Tenny rapping in a posh accent for maximum comedic purpose; it is effective without being remotely gimmicky. His twin brother Jodi, aka Conman, also turns up on Twin Bro, a description of two brothers as alike as they are similar.

On a more serious note, Tenny’s background has meant that he is fully committed to delivering a positive message to young fans as well as banging music: a recent school tour went down so well that one school offered him a full-time role as mentor. “I’ve got nieces and nephews,” says Tenny, “and I hate the road they might go down. I want to show these kids that a little Wolverhampton boy from the Midlands is now going on tour with these big names – we can do this, keep that belief, that solid grind and that work ethic. And I think they’re hearing me – they’ll come back to me and tell me they want to be a dancer or something now, and I tell them to stick at it.”

Tenny Ten’s album is set to drop on 10/10/2010 – a memorable date for a memorable artist.

Tenny Ten



Solid Steel Show – DJ IRK, Production Unit and DK

Solid Steel in association with Serato (January 15th) This week DJ Irk takes to the decks, fresh from playing with our man Cheeba in the Alps. A mix that cuts up everything in sight has Foreign Beggars, Mr. Scruff, The Beach Boys, The Prodigy and the Average White Band all jostling for space. Hour 2 starts with Production Unit, one of Glasgow’s best kept secrets. Brimming with off kilter electronica, slow slung bass riddims and future hip hop of the highest quality with music from Flying Lotus, The Pharcyde , Harmonic 313 and J Dilla straight from your speakers.
DK wraps up the show with a mix of the new Blockhead (one of my fav artists) album titled “The music Scene”. It’s his 3rd album and he has always made beautiful, emotive music based around the hip hop template, but on ‘The Music Scene’ he elevates his craft to another level

Solid Steel Show – DJ IRK, Production Unit and DK

Part 1 – DJ IRK
1. Arnold Schwarzenegger – Save The Overtime (For Me) – Columbia
2. Salt ‘n’ Pepa – Whatta Man – Next Plateau
3. DJ Rogue – Dreams (Ben One Remix) – Promo
4. People Under The Stairs – Trippin At The Disco – Sai-Sam
5. Foreign Beggars – Shake It – Dented
6. Two Fingers – Bad Girl – Big Dada
7. Zamfir & James Last – The Lonely Shepherd (Kill Bill Ost) – Maverick
8. Tomoyasu Hotei – Battle Without Honor Or Humanity – Maverick
9. Bassnectar – Bomb The Blocks (Ghislain Poirier Remix) – Om Records
10. The Qemists – Dem Na Like Me – Ninja Tune
11. Nom De Plume – Rocksteady – Ukhh
12. Kormac – Studio Sorcery – Scribble Records
13. Dangermouse And Jemini – Don’t Do Drugs – Lex Records
14. Cut Killer – Nique La Police – Promo
15. Doujah Raze – A Little More Time – Trilogy
16. Mr. Scruff – Nice Up The Function (Remix) – Ninja Tune
17. The Beach Boys – Surfin’ Usa – Capitol Records
18. John Williams – Theme From Jaws – MCA Records

Part 2 – DJ IRK
1. Jimi Jameson – I’m Always Here (Baywatch Theme) – Direction
2. The Wiseguys – Ooh La La – Wall Of Sound
3. Kormac – Showtime (Single Mix) – Scribble
4. Missy Elliott – Let It Bump (Hydroz Remix) – Booty Breaks
5. Kokolo – Soul Power (Lack Of Afro Remix) – Record Kicks
6. Flow Dynamics – Live In The Mix – Freestyle
7. Neighbour – Phyllo – Home Breakin
8. The Prodigy – 3 Kilos – XL
9. Prince – Let’s Work – Warner
10. Sugar Hill Gang – Apache – Sugar Hill
11. Bernard Purdie – Good Livin (Good Lovin) – Flying Dutchman
12. Chalie 2Na – Lock Shit Down (Instrumental) – Decon
13. Suff Daddy – Kill Bill – Melting Pot
14. DJ Vadim – Got To Rock – BBE
15. Beatvandals vs A Skillz – Blowin’ Up – Bomb Strikes
16. Nick Thayer – Get Up – Bomb Strikes
17. Average White Band – Pick Up The Pieces – Atlantic

Part 3 – Production Unit
1. Flying Lotus – Bad Actors – Plug Research
2. Koushik – None In Mind – Stones Throw
3. Mike Slott – Knock Knock – All City
4. Erykah Badu – Soldier (Acapella) – Universal
5. Quasimoto – Axe Puzzles (Instrumental) – Stones Throw
6. J Dilla – Love Movin Feat Black Thought – BBE
7. Aloe Blacc – Find A Way – Stones Throw
8. Karriem Riggins – 12S In 8 – Scion
9. Harmonic 313 – Cyclotron – Warp
10. The Pharcyde – Passin Me By (Acapella) – Delicious Vinyl
11. Dabrye – Evelyn – Eastern Developments
12. Fulgeance – Rubiscube – Musique Large

Part 4 – DK
1. Blockhead – Farewell Spaceman – Ninja Tune
2. Blockhead – The Daily Routine – Ninja Tune
3. Blockhead – Pity Party – Ninja Tune
4. Blockhead – It’s Raining Clouds – Ninja Tune
5. Blockhead – Four Walls – Ninja Tune
6. Blockhead – Which One Of You Jerks Drank My Arnold Palmer – Ninja Tune
7. Blockhead – The Prettiest Sea Slug – Ninja Tune
8. Blockhead – Attack The Doctor – Ninja Tune
9. Blockhead – Tricky Turtle – Ninja Tune
10. Blockhead – The Music Scene – Ninja Tune
11. Blockhead – Hell Camp – Ninja Tune

2007 DMC Champ Mashup

Drum & bass, dub step, Hip Hop,Funk, Jazz, Scratch scratching JFB Beardyman Ed solo Mix drum bass jungle classic mega mini hard musical beat juggle cuts cuttin turntabalist turntabalisim.

Contains Tracks & Samples From:


1 :Das EFX – Mic Checka
2 :Dr Dre – Serial Killa
3 :Dr Oxtagon – Bear Witness
4 :Notorious B.I.G – Kick In The Door
5 :Dr Dre – Its Funky Enough
6 :Cut Chemist – Bunky’s Pick
7 :Eric B + Rakim – Paid In Full (Coldcut Remix)
8 :The 45 King – The 900 Number
9 :Tipper – Run For Cover
Bud Bro’s
Maceo & The Macks – Cross The Tracks
10:Dr Dre – The Next Episode
11:J Live – Satisfied
12:Beats International – Dub Be Good To Me
13:Snoop Dogg – Gin & Juice
14:Dr Dre – Natural Born Killz
15:Dr Dre – One Day
16:The Pharcyde – Runnin
17:Old Dirty Bastard – Shimmy Shimmy Ya
18:Warren G & Nate Dogg – Regulate
House Of Pain – Jump Around
19:Dj Shadow – Organ Donor
20:A Skillz – Got The Rhythm (Feat Beardyman)
Eddie Brickell & New Bohemians – What I Am
21:Slow Down
22:A Tribe Called Quest – Award Tour
23:Dr Dre – What’s The Difference
24:Mobb Deep – Shoock Ones Pt 2
25:Mai & Warheed – Laish Laish Ya Jara

Dubstep – 21.08

26:Crissy Criss – Kick Snare
27:2.GP 002B1
Benga – 26 Blines
Chase & Status – Eastern Jam
Skream – 8 Rutten
Benga – Night
Rusko – Jahova
Skream – Stagger
27:Chase & Status – Saxon
28:Datsix – Gismo
29:JFB & Ed Solo – Mexican
30:JFB & Ed Solo – Atlantis
31:Product 01 – Destruckt (JFB & Marc Adamo Remix)
32:Fugu – Stripper (Akira Kiteshi Remix)
33:Hadouken – Turn The Lights (JFB Remix)
34:Beardyman – Pound The Flesh (JFB Remix)
35:Ed Solo & Deekline – Forgot About Dre
36:CakeBoy – Swamp Thing – (JFB Remix)
37:Party Squad – Murderer (Diplo & Jayou Remix)
38:Mimosa – Sirius
39:Joker – Digidesign
40:Akira Kiteshi – Pinball

Drum&Bass – 40.04

Roni Size & Reprazent – Trust Me
41:Congo Natty – Jungalist
Jonny L – Hurt You So
Alex Reese – Pulp Fiction
Dj SS – Hearing Is Believing (MA2 Rmx)
The Moog – JungleMuffin
Zinc – Supersharp Shooter
P-Funk – P Funk Era
Origin Unkown – Valley Of The Shadows
T Power – Mutant Jazz
Ray Keith – Renegade Terrorist
Original Nutter
Firefox & 4-Tree – Warning
Roni Size – BrownPaperBag
Dj Hype – We Must Unite
M-Beat – Incredible Ft General Levy
New Blood – Worries In The Dance
Dope Skillz – 6 Million Ways To Die
42:Urban Shakedown – Arsonist (Some Justice 95)
43:Dj SS – Lighter (rmx)
Barrington Levy & Beenie Man – Under Mi Sensi
Krome & Time – Ganjaman
44:Adam F – Metropolis
45:Movin Fusion – Turbulence
46:London Elektricity – Billion Dollar Gravy
47:Dom & Roland – Can’t Punish Me
48:Zinc – 174 Trek
Shy Fx & T Power – Shake Your Body
49:Benny Page – Turn Down The Lights
50:Benny Page – Dub Room
51:Ed Solo & Deekline – Top Rankin
52:Ed Solo & Deekline – Bam Bam
53:Dj Deekline – I Don’t Smoke (Ed Solo & Deekline Remix)
54:Ed Solo & Deekline – No No No….
55:Leviticus – The Burial (Logistics Remix)
56:Furlonge – Task Master
57:Wicks – SubTub
58:Alix Perez – Down The Line (Break Remix)
59:Conquering Lion – Code Red (Serial Killaz VIP)
60:Shy Fx – Plastic Soul
61:Zinc – Ready Or Not (2003 Remix)