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THE latest CHURCH STREET HIP HOP NIGHT is hosted by Brian Jamieson and DJ Butterscotch from 9.30pm tonight (Tuesday, December 29).
Brian Jamieson will be performing Damaged Goodz material for the final time as well as hosting the evening with DJ Butterscotch manning the turntables.
Below, track 3 Queens features Damaged Goodz with Becci Wallace, Debbie Macdonald and Michelle Low and it's produced by Stone Generals in association with Watercolour Music.
And there’s also the chance to see RYZA making his debut at the Church Street Hip Hop Night representing Dingwall. His track Goodbye below is, he say: " ... a song for my dad who passed away, everyday is a struggle, time definitely doesn't heal all wounds."
And Andrew Mackenzie from Glasgow also plays the night for the first time – Andrew’s rapidly making a name for himself in Scotland through his live perfomances, rap battles and videos. Below is the track Sky Without Sun from the album Sometimes They Win, available for download: mackenzie.bandcamp.com
And Sherbit from Inverness makes a welcome return to the night in support of his new forthcoming LP Up In Alba. Below is the fourth track from it called Human featuring Marianne McGregor and directed by John Haydock. Beat by Atmosphere.
CHURCH STREET HIP HOP NIGHT returns hosted by BRIAN JAMIESON & DJ BUTTERSCOTCH tonight (Tuesday, December 29) from 9.30pm till 1am at Mad Hatters, Inverness.
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