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Where the heck have you been?

Urban Species released the single "Brother" on Talkin' Loud in 1994. Now the album is out on Mercury Records 12 years later. Love to know the background behind that. In the meantime the music world has changed and whether or not there is still a market for Acid Jazz is debatable. R&B with a British flavour is never really out of fashion. But Lady Sovereign this ain't. US do lay down a very nice groove though and Spiritual Love ought to have been a summer hit. Mercury should probably have polished this diamond a bit more.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

Since their formation in Tottenham, London, England, in the late 80s, Urban Species were widely tipped as the next potential breakthrough in UK hip-hop. They originally comprised lead rapper Mint (b. Peter Akinrinola) and DJ Renegade (b. Winston Small), whose partnership principally involved messing about in their north London bedrooms, since when they have added the services of toaster Slim (b. Rodney Green). The trio started to produce small runs of white labels, distributing them under the names...
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