Deadly Hunta brings immense raw energy to his performances, fusing Dancehall, Hiphop and Reggae, gripping audiences worldwide with the power of his dynamic lyrics. From backing Reggae legends such as Buju Banton and Hip Hop legends such as Wu Tang and Ice T, to performing alongside the Supernaturals on there US tour, Deadly has built up huge credibility throughout the UK Hip Hop and Reggae scenes.
Music has always been a big part of Benny's life, but it really started making an impact on him when he discovered hip-hop at the age of 11; artists such as DJ Premier, Mobb Deep, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dog and Nas influenced Benny in a big way.
Top Cat is one of the most talented MCs to come out of the UK. With a career spanning 20 years which include 11 number 1 singles, 2 National top 20 hits, MC of the Year 4 times and the only MC to hold MC of the Year in both the reggae and the jungle scenes at the same time his achievements as an artist are undeniable.
Mungo's Hi-Fi are a dub reggae, dancehall and dubstep soundsystem in the original roots tradition based in Glasgow. Tom Tattersall, Douglas Paine and Craig Macleod debuted in 2001 with Wickedness feat Brother Culture on London’s Dubhead label, taking the dub world by storm and getting heavy plays from Jah Shaka and Iration Steppas.
The Man from the Eastern parish of St. Thomas dubbed Natty King. Kevin Christopher Roberts, aka Natty King is best known for hits such as "Mister Greedy" and "No Guns To Town". Believed to be one of the members of conscious music, he draws his inspiration from reggae pioneers The Wailers, Burning Spear, and his personal role model Luciano.
Danakil (Balik, Das,Tom-tom, Titi, Dus, Fab, Smart, Keuj, One & Jb) is a French roots reggae band from Paris created in 2000 that continues to transmit its message through music by mixing reggae and world music.
Million Stylez, born Kenshin Iryo is releasing his debut album "From A Far" on KBC Music. Three singles have been released so far (Without U, All Night, and This Is Da Style) that have all been in high rotation on Scandinavian networks such as ZTV and The Voice and also on Jamaican networks RETV, Hype TV among others.
The 80's popster turned proto-jungle revolutionary was born Michael West in 1965 in London. He formed Double Trouble in the early '80s with Michael Menson and Leigh Guest, releasing the ska-pop hit "Street Tuff".