Juga-Naut & Vandal Savage – #KINGS – on SBTV!!

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Big shoutout to SBTV for supporting the movement!!

Juga-Naut & Vandal Savage are two Nottingham artists that represent Hip-Hop in its purist form! True wordsmiths and beatsmiths.

This track is taken from Vandal Savage’s Debut ‘G.O.D.S.’ Watch out for Juga-Naut’s debut album ‘Time & Place’ and VVV Album ‘VVV BOZO BOYZ’ (VVV = Cappo, Juga-Naut & Vandal Savage.)

Produced by Juga-Naut & Vandal Savage
Directed by Starbuckosta Nolan with help from Cappo & Juga-Naut

‘KINGS’ single is available from:
https://soundcloud.com/juganaut
https://juganaut.bandcamp.com/

 

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Juga-Naut & Vandal Savage – “Roy Ayers” OFFICIAL VIDEO RELEASE

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NEWNEWNEWNEW SHIT!!!

Was Really fun doing this video, Peace to Cappo.

The mighty Nottingham Wordsmiths.. Juga-Naut & Vandal Savage pay Homage to one of the all time greats the amazing Roy Ayers. Slick Wordplay & Soulful Classics.

Taken form up and coming Mixtape ‘Extraordinary Wordsmiths’. The sequel to
‘Marvelous Wordsmiths’ Mixtape http://juganaut.bandcamp.com/album/marvelous-wordsmiths

Single found here: https://soundcloud.com/juganaut/juga-naut-vandal-savage-roy
Twitter: @Juganaut @VandalVorhes

VVVision & ZOOL FILM

WORLD PREMIER EXCLUSIVE VIDEO Juga-Naut Ft. Vandal Savage – Mortar Shells (Prod. by Juga-Naut)

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The track is taken from up and coming release‘Battle of the Bulge’.

The project is a fully conceptual highly awaited EP,

Entirely written, produced, mixed & mastered by Juga-Naut. It will be released on 12/08/12

Big up Cappo for the Cameo!!

Track Writted by: Juga-Naut & Vandal Savage
Produced by. Juga-Naut
Video Directed & Edited by UrBen Media

JUGA-NAUT Interview Q&A by Ryan Proctor http://oldtothenew.wordpress.com

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Peace to Ryan Proctor of http://oldtothenew.wordpress.com

Interview Taken From Old To The New – Ryan Proctor’s Beats, Rhymes & Hip-Hop Nostalgia

There’s been a lot of talk in recent years about a generation gap that’s developed in the Hip-Hop world between older heads who still adhere to true-school ethics such as creativity and originality, and younger artists and fans who have grown-up with Hip-Hop as a mainstream genre, often placing simple lyricism and shallow materialism before a genuine love and respect for the art.

But whilst there is some validity to that way of thinking, it’s also a very simplified and somewhat distorted version of the debate which would suggest there are no younger artists out there who have anything worthwhile to add to the culture of Hip-Hop, which, of course, is far from the truth.

Meet Nottingham, England’s Juga-Naut. An emcee in his early-twenties who cites the likes of Raekwon and Big Pun as influences, this talented lyricist has spent the last decade working on his craft, cultivating a passion for rhyme that developed at a young age thanks to musical family connections.