We're back after our Summer Break to celebrate our 2nd Birthday!
Join us on Wednesday 11th September at The Fiddlers Elbow, Camden.
There will be Hip Hop, Poetry, Singing and cake!
We've invited back two past headliners to celebrate with us....Battle Rap and UK Hip Hop Legend Tony D and the beautiful voice of Flo Kirton!
Hosted by Fisky & Miss Yankey with Anton Louis Davis Flanders on the decks!
We hope you can make it! #letsdiscussmentalhealth
A veteran in both the British batte rap scene and the UK underground hip-hop scene. Former Don't Flop Champion, Tony successfully defended his title three times before giving it up. He has battled the biggest names in the battle rap world both domestically and internationally. He was also a founding member of the legendary group 'Poisonous Poets'. The group also consisted of Lowkey, Doc Brown, Reveal, Stylah, Therapist and DJ Snips.
You can find all Tony D's battles here: https://versetracker.com/rapper/tony-d
In a small market town in the UK, there is a voice that has steadily been creating beautiful music for the last few years. Flo has gone from strength to strength since she first came onto the gig scene, singing with a number of bands, including Atlas alongside Richy Spitz.
There was always more to her talent though, so when she decided to branch out into other areas and start working on her solo career, things really began to take shape. It’s thanks to her dreamlike, almost ethereal vocal style that she has become the ideal collaborator for so many artists on the UK Hip Hop scene and beyond.
1. Sign Up on arrival from 6:30pm
2. One piece or maximum of 5 minutes so as many people as possible get the chance to share
Mind Over Matter
An independent project which aims to break down stigma attached to mental health and widen the conversation by discussing it through Hip Hop and Spoken Word Poetry. We host spirited, powerful events showcasing the best of up and coming talent as well as established artists from the worlds of Spoken Word and Hip Hop, for us to come together and discuss the difficult realities of mental health.
Poetry Prescribed deliver therapeutic workshops promoting poetry as a self healing tool, and an effective way to manage mental health and wellbeing. Poetry has the ability to inspire thought, expression and creativity. We believe that through poetry we can connect to self, others, and our communities.