Somewhat of a Hip Hop legend now, Akala has become the street disciple of UK urban music. Being the brother of female rapper/vocalist Akala the two’s musical styling’s in contrast are a far cry from baring similarities with Akala choosing to always focus on a more political approach with his music. Though Akala’s music is not as main stream as his sister and other counterparts he has amassed fans worldwide with his influential thought provoking lyrics. His intelligence and travelled mind have made him number one choice for broadcasters who go to Akala to discuss topics such as Hip Hop, the culture and the birth and growth of UK music in general. Akala in his life as performed with many artist’s urban and more diverse ranging from Ms. Dynamite, Ghetts, Billy Bragg and Wariko.
Akala give Charlie his 3rd Fire in the booth and its as epic as the first 2 - Grmdaily.com No.1 for Free Urban Music Videos and Downloads
‘Lose Myself’ featuring Josh Osho is the first single taken from Akala’s forthcoming album, ‘The Thieves Banquet’. ‘Lose Myself’ is out on iTunes on May 20th. ‘The Thieves Banquet’ is out on Illa State Records on May 27th. http://www.twitter.com/akalamusic http://www.facebook.com/akalamusic http://www.akalamusic.com
In the first episode of the SB.TV String Sessions we see Akala and Josh Osho deliver a masterclass in music with the Vaults Quartet. @Akala http://www.facebook.com/akalamusic http://www.akalamusic.com @JoshOsho ‘Lose Yourself’ will be released 20th May 2013 via iTunes. Filmed @TheHospitalClub http://www.thehospitalclub.com http://www.VaultsQuartet.co.uk Don’t forget to Like/Share/Subscribe! Subscribe to SB.TV on …
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Champagne Bubblee TV catches up with the Blak Sheep Family as they play host to UK Rap/British Hip-Hop heavyweights Akala, English Frank & Mic Righteous at the start of their UK Tour. Part 1 of 2 !! Pre Order “Open Mic” …
Akala and English Frank join forces to create this hard hitting track, redefining the word thug (or tug) and stressing the importance that street rep and a glamourised gangster life style means nothing if you are uneducated, with no principles …