Hailing from North London, armed with unmatched flow, fierce delivery and bursting with content, the young Random Impulse is quickly becoming recognised as one of the most talented and refreshing new artists to appear from the U.K. It is apparent to say the least, that 22 year old Random Impulse is more than a just a skilled m.c: distinctively recognized for his unique genre-crossing concepts and an almost eerie clear sense of descriptiveness, the artist has gained an extensive army of fans spanning across a surprisingly varied number of sub-cultures.
There are several bands with this name: 1.) Gunshot were a British hip hop group formed by MC Mercury, MC Alkaline, Q-Roc and DJ White Child Rix. They released their debut single "Battle Creek Brawl" (Vinyl Solution, 1990) to some acclaim, which was followed swiftly by the single "No Sell Out/Crime Story" (Vinyl Solution, 1991). Both singles were well received within the hip hop scene, but following this release Q-Roc left the group to join Son of Noise under the name Curoc.
Bigz is one of the UK's most recognisable and charismatic talent's both signed and unsigned. Born of Nigerian heritage and raised in the UK, music was his 3rd memorable love as a child after God, family (and food of course).
"Mum was always playing songs by Fela Kuti (BABA 70), Shina Peters, Barrister, Wasiu Ayinde Marshal and the king of afro juju King Sunny Ade. It
The Brotherhood were UK Hip Hop's big hitters in the mid-90's. Originally released as founding artists on the Bite It! label they were later signed to Virgin. They released a number of 12" singles, EP's and mini albums, with the main album 'Elementalz' being released by Virgin to critical acclaim, but low levels of sales. They split with Virgin after a turbulent label experience and the death of their manager Marts Androps (who was also the manager of Roger Sanchez).