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Shystie

Shystie, pronounced ~ [§hy-§téé] is a UK female Musician/Actress, birth name Chanelle Calica who was born and raised in London. Shystie started gaining fame with her white label response to Dizzee Rascal's "I Luv U" and was also the supporting act whilst touring with 50 Cent and G-Unit, Basement Jaxx and The Streets. In 2004 to 2005 Shystie spent a lot of her time performing in and out of the country, touring across America, Germany, Brazil, Chile and Argentina, promoting her first album 'Diamond in the dirt' and showcasing her home town...

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Bodhi

There are at least two bands with the name Bodhi. 1. An electronic music duo consisting of Luke Welsby and Olly Howells. Bodhi's debut release Emanation / SY came out on Push & Run Records Sep 15, 2012. Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/bodhi-music
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wearebodhi 2. An enigmatic artist collaboration from the early 2000s featuring the likes of Neil Cicierega and Jackson Wetherbee. Only have one studio recording, and numerous live recordings.

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All About She

All About She are a musical trio from London, United Kingdom, formed in 2010. The trio consists of record producers James Tadgell and John Clare, and singer Vanya Taylor. They are signed to Tinie Tempah's record label Disturbing London and have worked several times with him as well as other artists on the label. Vanya provided vocals for Tinie's hit single "Simply Unstoppable". Their debut single "Bullet", featuring vocals from V V Brown, was released on 29 April 2013 and failed to chart.

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Cid Rim

The world of Cid Rim circles around the boundless magic and mythical formulas of funk. When speaking of his influences and musical socialisation, the 25 year old producer and drummer of JSBL inevitably ends in the 70ies of the past century. Think of the JBs, big band sounds á la Stan Kenton or the drum breaks, which widely opened his personal doors to funk. Through constant exchange with his band colleagues Dorian Concept and The Clonious he sharpened his producer skills and also pushed forward into hiphop and experimental electronica.

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So Solid Crew

So Solid Crew are a UK garage and grime act whose hits include "Oh No" and "21 Seconds", the latter of which reached number one in the official UK Singles Chart in August 2001. Another hit, "They Don't Know", reached number three in November 2001 and "Haterz" got to number eight in January 2002. "Ride Wid Us" was less successful (UK number 19 in April 2002). They have also released a single, "Broken Silence" which spoke out about government prejudice which they had faced.

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Lethal Bizzle

Lethal Bizzle (also known as Lethal B) is one of the fastest growing East London Grime artists. In December, 2004 he released "Pow (Forward)", also known as "Forward Riddim", which was banned from airplay by some mainstream stations; it entered the UK Singles Chart at number 11 in the first chart of 2005. His former group, the More Fire Crew released the album More Fire Crew CV which did poorly and they were dropped from their record label. In 2002 he brought out a song called "Oi!" with his former crew which reached the top ten in the UK Singles Charts.

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