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    Letter To The Youth - Stefan Brown
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    Rah Rah
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    What's Stress? - Julie Iwheta
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    Road To A Million - R.A.I
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    Battle Scars
Equally adept at songwriting and videography, Wrighty’s boundless creativity has come to inhabit various corners of the musical world.
Hailing from South London but now based in Brighton, the seasoned lyricist first earned his stripes MCing on the club circuit during the golden age of UK garage. He went on to command respect directing and producing prominent music videos for grime stars including Frisco, Durrty Goodz, and D-Power Diesle – all the while amassing a thoughtful musical oeuvre of his own, taking cues from a diverse range of genres including classic hip hop and UK music.
Following cancer diagnosis in 2017 and the news that surgeons would be operating on his throat, Wrighty stirred himself into a self-described “frenzy” of recording and releasing new material, initially taking the form of weekly freestyles and later culminating in the December 2018 release of his magnum opus: debut album Battle Scars. The ten-track project sees Wrighty grapple with various weighty themes including parenthood, Brexit, institutional racism, and climate change, interspersed with a carefully-curated selection of productions from London’s Deyarko, Chicago’s Patron Tone, Nigeria's DJ Klem, and Würzburg’s Bake That.
It’s a powerful and evocative musical mission statement, and sets the tone for Wrighty’s music to come – “deep cuts” of conscious rap, tackling salient issues with immersive imagery and sharp wit that indisputably place him alongside the best in the game. Are you listening?


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