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Fallacy & Fusion


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Fallacy & Fusion set the standard for hip hop in the UK in 2001. Their single the Ground Breaker was produced by Fusion, without any musical convention in mind. The genre-blurring cocktail of hip hop, tough garage, funk and tons of energy won the respect of hip hop heads, mainstream radio and an emerging British urban scene that would eventually become grime.

Club anthem Big N Bashy followed. The reggae/hip hop-fueled single featured the late Tubby T on vocals and became an essential record for many urban club DJs. Fallacy’s ‘Black Market Boy’ debut went on to solidify Fallacy’s position as one of the UK’s leading lyricists. Fusion went on to produce music for MOBO award-winner Estelle, grime pioneer Kano as well as remix for The Streets, Beverley Knight, Digital Underground among many others.

Fusion was recently commissioned to produce ‘Knice Day’, an anti-knife crime track featuring Bashy, Killa Kela, Wretch 32, Double S, Lowkey and others. The campaign was heavily support by MTV Base and a number of high profile media partners.

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