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Our very own Skuff recently had a big album launch party in Cambridge for his new album 'Destroy Everything'. Read below to find out a lot more about the album and the man himself.
"Skuff is a rapper and producer from the UK. He is also a co-founder and designer at Supremebeing clothing. He's widely considered an underrated talent in UK Hip Hop, responsible for the underground classic End of the World News LP ("important, essential shit" - DJ Magazine), and with a reputation for igniting live shows and ciphers. He has featured on records with Mr Scruff, Roots Manuva, Mat Helders (Arctic Monkeys), Task Force, Phi Life Cipher, Dirty Dike & many more.
Skuff delivers rap's trademark bravado with a touch of self depreciation ("I'm a grown damn man with a made-up name"), bringing brutal honesty, deft insight and subtle irony; all sometimes rare in hip hop. Clever wordplay, vocal posturing and straight-up bangers sit comfortably alongside tracks on love, friendship and loss, making the LP personal without being self indulgent. At times energising, often touching, skill full and brutally honest, above all it sounds really good when he raps.
Production on Destroy Everything is handled by Skuff himself, Farma G (Task Force), Mr Constant, Bioviolence, Bee 109 (Delegates of Culture) and Inja. Featured guests are Life (Phi Life Cipher) Dirty Dike (Contact Play) S Class (Delegates of Culture) Inja & Slang Immaculate.
Previous releases by Skuff include 'Headcleaners' 1& 2 with his crew Delegates of Culture, debut solo LP 'End of the World News' and 'The Skuff & Inja Show' LP with Inja. Free releases 'Deep Covers Project' & 'Smash Anything' came out as appetisers in 2011 & 2012, with Skuff's unlikely but poignant cover of Radiohead's 'Creep' being one of the stand out tracks."
Check out his latest video below for 'NYE' & give him a like on facebook here.
0 Comment Posted: Oct 25 2012