New release from Manage, as he unveils The Scrapbook LP. The project is Manage’s first fully self-produced venture, adding further weight to his reputation as one of the more accomplished artists on these shores. It’s an album of reflection, with Manage dissecting various issues in his life, past and present. One solo feature from eMCee Killa, which is bound to evoke happy memories for Caxton Press fans. The whole album is available to stream below and you can grab a download via Revorg Records. Continue reading “Manage: The Scrapbook (Stream)”
We are fast approaching the release of CNT’s new EP and so to get you in the mood, here is the latest video to be taken from the project. Planet Stone is produced by Manage and the video was made by Global Faction. Sounds About Right can be pre-ordered now via Revorg Records.
Manage and Blitz just released a brand new video for another track to be taken from their upcoming Code Name Theory EP. Are They Listening? is produced by Hutch and the video was made by label-mate, Big Toast. Sounds About Right is due for release soon on Revorg Records.
Solid sounds from Code Name Theory, as they treat us to another glimpse of their forthcoming album. Manage and Blitz get busy on a Kolak47 beat for Run With This. The album is due out on Revorg Records soon.
Another solid track from Caxton Press representative, Manage. He hooks up with Profound for The Step Up. DJ Blood One provides the cuts.
This is the latest venture for Caxton Press MC, Manage, as he teams up with Blitz to form Code Name Theory. Their album is due out soon on Revorg Records and if this first track is anything to go by, we’re looking at a strong debut from the duo. Stone Folk is produced by Manage and the video was shot by AMS.
Scorcher of a new video from Caxton Press for “The Breakout”, which is the next track to be lifted off their debut album “Shame the Devil”. Continue reading “Caxton Press “The Breakout””
Check out the new video from Caxton Press for the next single to be taken from their new album, “Shame the Devil”. Continue reading “Caxton Press “I Wanna See””