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Any Good Naija Rappers In London?

Are there any good naija rappers in London? If you know any, post them here please.

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magnum needs 2 step his game up, he hasnt had any decent material in ages (if ever!). Those videos were a long time ago and look pretty cheap. I like magnum but he needs to put in more work in the studio instead of posting pointless videos on facebook.

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Are u kidding me?

Magnum is one of the hard working Naija rapper in the UK. he's been double grinding when every body in the rap game were slipping , he done collabo with pounds and naira inc in 2004  also  with cannibus and flawless from the big brovaz and cameos like lil Jon his video called trust me done in NEWYORK 2004

he also did a video called The 419 Hustlerz with cameos of Chamellionaire and  Remy ma previously from terror squad lean back " Ruggedman , tony tetulla and many more in his  video , he recently did a collabo with Ruggedman uk remix single called Bangin' all videos can be viewed @

www.iammagnum.com

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www.myspace.com/magnumisback

Magnum is one of the best naija hiphop lyricist when it comes to punch lines and he word plays are sick . i heard his currently working on his albums   

i heard him and cashino had a beef in 2004 and he dissed him with a video called "trust me" featuring cannibus , and flawless from the big brovaz

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Are u kidding me?

Magnum is one of the hard working Naija rapper in the UK. he's been double grinding when every body in the rap game were slipping , he done collabo with pounds and naira inc in 2004  also  with cannibus and flawless from the big brovaz and cameos like lil jon in his video called trust me done in NEWYORK 2004

he also did a video called The 419 Hustlerz with cameos of chamellionare and remy ma  in his  video , he recently did a collabo with ruggedman uk remix single called Bangin' all videos can be viewed @

www.iammagnum.com

www.myspace.com/magnumisback

Magnum is one of the best naija hiphop lyricist when it comes to punch lines and he word plays are sick . i heard his currently working on his albums    magnum 

i heard him and cashino had a beef in 2004 and he dissed him with a video called "trust me" featuring cannibus ,

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K16. ~The Most Incredible on the flow.

Catch the videos for "if you never sabi" and "Ikebe" on Nigeezie from the 6th of Feb 2009. Peace

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I fink someone like Tunday is gettin there, it just needs some time.

Check his track: Hey on Youtube OR  his myspace.

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@ IKB all u know is food food and food

@ Mr crackle i fort you found yourself another job

neva knew you still into this cooking business

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SO SAURON U CAN SPEAK YORUBA , U COME DEY FORM NIGER DELTA MILITANT FOR LONDON. TUFIAKWA.

@mc prawn crackers

the muppets on this forum? you remind me of sesame street.lmfao

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It's odd to see a London guy who actually listens to Naija rap, even a lil bit.

You been in London all ur life?

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You prolly heard one of the weaker tracks

Hez not bad and what i am saying his, he got potential if he stays true

I dont bum-rush naija rappers anyway, i cant be bleeped!

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Sure they aint smoking crack? LOL seriously, name names.

Send me ONE M.I tune when he really gets off (no homo). Heard one tune which I think was him and I wasnt imprssed

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He said something about riding okada to Accra and Kwara or something like that in the lyrics

Not heard the "We gon make it" remix it must have been tight me i just wonder how the guy just vanished

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E bami gboti funfun. . . . . .Garri(shayo!!!).

I can't remember those bars too. . . . .but i remember ma lyrics turn leaded petrol to unleaded petrol to diesel.

There was anutha "We gon make it" remix. . . . . .Jesus Christ!!! That one was better than the main one.

I think it was track 5 or 8. . . . .

He was saying something like. . . .Ori lawa fi wo ilu yii, ko kin she ese. . .So odu credit card ko kin she eshe.

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But Shayo really killed it!! Can't remember most of the bars but there was one line where he went[i] AY similar to Idi Amin put your head in a fridge[/i]

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there are no rappers in london , i still have the ay joint ''gonna make it'' . .anybody wants it? ;d

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I have his CD(AY-to ba ready). . . . .That guy is a Yoruba Canibus.

On the Shayo cut. . . . . .He had this sick multis on cross colours/Corduroys and how Jubilee Line goes to East London.

There's anutha track "We gon make it". . . . . . .poo was too sick n tight.

He goes. . .We accumulate assets with Credit Card rackets/In NIG, the only assets we ever had, was French assignments n mathematical sets/

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I agree with Sauron on that AY dude he could burst some lyrics and was mad funny too bad he has vanished too for those that talk of Ajasa and co and claim they started rap in Yoruba they need to go listen to AY he has been doing Yoruba rap since they where shitting in their pampers!

Stress ilu yen lasan le so awon sumo wrestlers Japan yen di Skeleton

T'oba fe lo so oja Mushin l'osan Friday ko ko make sure pe o lo Phensic

NLC ma strike everywhere aa da bi garden of eden

Driver commercial vehicle to ma ko ko gbamu won ma threaten e pelu baseball bat ti ti di igba to ma fun won raw cash won ma wa file won ma wa lo broadcast fun awon fellow c[/i]omrades ko ma wa so oju combat

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Ko si nkan to nje MOT abi Drivers test test ti everybody mo ni survival's test survival for the richest oti to koro bi Guinness

O ma bribe custom officer bi 5 ko to le gbe efo lasan lori aeroplane

To ba ti wa de Gatwick awon ibi wa ma se e be Third cousin Saddam Hussein

Those where stand out lines!!

I am also looking for one of his other song Shayo!

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There are some good Naija cats. . . . .

Ever since channel 204 was launched on SKY. . . . .I have learnt more about Naija acts and some of them are decent.

I watch Jimmy's jump off almost everyday and i have seen some superb MCs smoking the mics with hunger and drive.

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This is the TRUEST comment i have read today.

God bless u, Blood_Shed.

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Those guys I mentioned are sick in my opinion, the average joe in London raps nowadays lol, everyone's an MC/rapper in London lol. I know a few guys I grew up with that turned to rap but I think for them itsa hobby still.

But regardless, UK Naija rappers piss all over local Naija rappers. Local Naija rappers come across like they're barely learning the alphabet, they make me sick. It's like a trip abroad, even if its for a day, gives them an excuse to rap American/foreign.

It's really cringeworthy.

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Full of rappers, yeah true but are they good?

Dat is the question and the answer is Nah!!

For me, more like full of pranksters!!

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SMH@ people mentioning Skepta and JME. They are GRIME artists and I've heard Skepta on a few rap beats and he aint too good in my opinion.

Furthermore, are people forgetting that SAS are Nigerian?? lol

Or what of Bigz, Pro-V, Buck Boy (OTB)?

London is full of Nigerian rappers. I could go on,

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al those guys u mention up there to me are so wck its was evident wen they were on bet cypha session, they were off beat.

but the only cat i know who is doing it well and to me is the best naija uk rapper shud be Blak twang, dat guy is ill just underated and he was the one that gave estelle her break.check this video

and tell me if skepta can come up with something of that nature.

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You would be surprised who I've bumped heads with. Just ask anyone who used to go to Subterranea. Thats where London's HipHop community used to hang out. Meeting Sway, Estelle, Mudfam and many other cats who are still bubbling under the surface was a weekly occurence. Like I told you, a lot of these folk came from the London HipHop scene.

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chk this out

http://wetin-dey.com/fconn/upload/index.php?do=/public/user/name_CASHINO-NDT/

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yeah!! ay is one crazy rapper, his yoruba delivery istight. but suddenly he just left the scene.

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Nice info mahn. . . .Never knew skepts rolex sweep was naija lol!

Nice one. . . . Bt d guy dn turn british finish na. . .ders nun naija about him nemore. . . .except his surname

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@ lalaboi

yh they brothers adenuga

http://www.grimepedia.co.uk/wiki/JME

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how come JME and SKEPTA are left out

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don't think this guy's in london anymore but he raps alright, Manie X

www.myspace.com/emmanuelmalaka

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komo isnt really a rapper, he more of gyration artist, and hiphop aint kinda down in the uk now especially london, rite now in london grime has merked hiphop on road, uk hiphop artist can hardly get 2 mins on westwood we all knw westwood determines,

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For me, Magnum and Komoblastic aint good enough! They not good rappers! especially KOMO!!

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Two really good UK rappers and their latest tracks:

MAGNUM - Agunyinleju, (Omo ele)

Magnum has done duets with Solek and Ruggedman in separate tracks

KOMOBLASTIC (KOMO) - Break something (jungle don mature)

Komo is currently in dispute with 2 face for using a title track name "jungle don mature" in his latest album - unstoppable.

You can watch their music videos and listen to their music at http://wetin-dey.com

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hey femi, i'm sorry i've not been able to send those files. my conenction has been bad. Wetin dey?

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yea he's uk.

found out after i posted that yesterday.! didnt want to edit my post. My bad,

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CA$HINO NDT (Nigerian Dream Team) NDT is made up of Ca$hino , DBlack & SD (Dj) with affiliates like Paragon, Modenine, Dil of Blaq Money & more.

The Power Moves EP was released on vinyl only in 1999, the EP received heavy airplay from all specialist shows, majors and pirate stations in the UK, as well being successfully in the UK it was also heavily played in Germany, France, Nigeria and in the US Atl, Connecticut and in other parts of the USA.

Since then Ca$hino and other NDT members have featured on various other projects and compilations most notably Tim Westwoods Presents UK Hip-Hop Vol. 1 and a press/radio/magazine campaign for BTs (British Telecom) online music site.

In 2001/2002 Ca$hino released the Subterranean album on his own Label Rugged-Style Records. The CD is available in UK, Germany, Greece, Spain, Canada, Norway & all online stores such as Amazon, HMV, Tower records and Virgin Mega store. The Subterranean video also received heavy airplay on MTV UK, MTV France amongst other TV outlets.

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