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British-born hip hop MC MysDiggi better known by the name Mystro.

Mystro first recorded appearance was in 1998, as the featured artist on Cane’s “The Struggle” 12”. In 1999, Mystro released the “Kiss That Arse Goodnight” single, featuring Jargon and Skinnyman, on Deal Real Records. In 2000, Mystro teamed up with Blufoot and released “Last Days” on the Raw Materials Volume 2 compilation.

In 2001 Mystro released his first collaborative work with Braintax—the cut “Free the Walls”—which appeared on Word Lab 2—The Next Chapter, a compilation on Wordplay. Later that year, they released “Don’t Drag Me In!” on Braintax’s Low Life record label.

In 2002, Mystro released the single “Open Mic”, on Camshot, in January. The Nextmen featured Mystro on their “Next Trend” single, which also included “Liven It Up”, a track featuring both Mystro and Braintax. Mystro also featured on Blak Twang’s LP Kik Off, on the track “Half n Half”.

In January 2003, Mystro released “My Type of Party” on Low Life’s Food compilation, and featured on “You Know Who You Are” by Rodney P and Farma G, with Braintax from the same album. In May he released the single “Step by Step”. Later in the year, Mystro featured on “Where Ever You Are” on Joni Rewind’s (a.k.a. DJ Dynamite) Welcome to the World of Joni Rewind and Ritchy Pitch’s “Cuttin’ Up the Rug” on Pitch’s The Green Lanes EP. At the end of 2003, Mystro released his single, “Strong Rhyming”.

Released as both an EP and a full-length CD in March 2004, Music Mystro was the first full-length solo release from Mystro and spawned a video for the single “Strong Rhyming”.

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