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DJ SOLO – ‘Who is Wriggly Scott?’ NEW HIPHOP E.P

Hip Hop E.P from DJ Solo due 2nd May 2011, featuring the legendary J-Live alongside future forward MC’s, such as Orifice Vulgatron (Foreign Beggars), Jibberish & Feras Ibrahim.

‘Who is Wriggly Scott?’ is a tightly produced collection of 8 Hip Hop tracks from DJ Solo, a British-born DJ and producer who has been an integral part of the Middle Eastern Hip Hop scene for the past 7 years. The release sees the producer pay homage to the lush sounds of classic Hip Hop, while collaborating with emerging MCs from around the world. In this debut release, DJ Solo has constructed an EP that is global in its approach, featuring guest spots by artists from Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Sri-Lanka, Palestine, USA and the UK bridging the gap in what has been called: “the first truly underground Hip Hop release from the Middle Eastern region”.

Energetically leading the record is ‘Parts Unknown’ featuring the mighty J-Live. Other collaborations include ‘Tangible Dream’ with Orifice Vulgatron from the Foreign Beggars, ‘Stay Focused’ with The Narcicyst, ‘Gotta Go’ featuring Omar Offendum and Ragtop, with up and coming U.A.E. based MC’s Jibberish and Feras Ibrahim.

Wriggly Scott is the conceptual moniker of DJ Solo, a versatile DJ and producer whose sound is heavily influenced by the Hip Hop and electronic funk he has been collecting for over 16 years. As a DJ he has shared the stage with Quantic, DJ Format, Florian Keller, Cash Money and Jazzy Jeff to name a few. He currently plays out weekly in Dubai, and hosts a weekly radio show called ‘Another Music’ on
‘Who is Wriggly Scott?’ has him paying respect to the boom bap sounds of times past in tracks such as ‘Those Who Love’ and ‘Tangible Dream’, while pushing the boundaries with more progressive tracks like ‘Parts Unknown’ and ‘Run Away’. On the track ‘Bus Station’, Sudanese MC Feras Ibrahim gives a social commentary on the U.A.E. over a Brazilian guitar lick-laden drum break whereas ‘Room To Breathe’ featuring Palestinian MC Ragtop has a much more somber mood.

check out DJ Solo aka Wriggly Scott here>
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Release Date: 2nd May 2011 via ITUNES and major download sites.


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