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Artists: Artists

Res One


Bristol born and bred, Res One came into the U.K hip hop scene around 2011 when him, Badhabitz and Upfront released the debut Split Prophets project, Scribbled Thoughts. The crew Split Prophets grew and gained huge momentum, playing the countries festival circuit and supporting some of Hip Hops biggest names such as the Wu Tang Clan, MF Doom, KRS One, Pete Rock and more.

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Mac Lloyd


Leader of the melancholic soul club, Mac Lloyd has honed his sound as a truly unique songwriter and producer. Having collaborated with the likes of Jman (Babylon Dead, Kaotik Kartel), Res One (Split Prophets, Dutch Mob), Lazy Eyes (Pupils Of The Clock) and more.

Joe Burn


Joe Burn is what every rapper should aspire to be, a real MC. 

With an extremely diverse style and a stack of bars mixed with unfading energy, Joe has been crushing the UK festival circuit for the past few years, usually playing alongside UK/Universal legend Dj Skitz.
He has also guested with everyone from Foreign Beggars to Nikki Blackmarket.

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Producer / DJ

Hailing from the a small town in Dorset, Badhabitz is a hip-hop producer now residing in Bristol. In the tradition of boombap beatmakers Habitz is a man of many influences, pulling sounds from all corners of the music world to craft his sound.

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DJ Rogue

Producer / DJ

DJ Rogue is best known for his collaborations and scratch choruses in UK HipHop and beyond, setting himself as the one of the biggest scratch masters in the scene.
 Impressively reaching top 5 at the 2018 DMC online battles, DJ Rogue has collaborated with artists such as Percy Filth, Baileys Brown, Datkid, Split Prophets, Guilty Simpson, Geechi Suede (Camp Lo) Ed OG, Jeru the Damaja, El Da Sensei and more.

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Springa is Bristol’s most well known, unknown MC. He was born in Bristol in 1993 amidst the cities thriving music scene. Fascinated by his word smith cousin who made music, he started writing rhymes around 9 years old. However, he didn’t really start rapping until around 14 when his well known, bass heavy Bristol collective, Sub Slags, made their name smashing the cities club circuit.

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