Scribe, Tyra Hammond, D-Form, Mikki Dee, Adi Dick
In what is shaping up to be one of the shows of the year, The “Crusader” returns to London for his only European appearance this year, with thanks to welcomestranger.com for their support.
Scribble first became widely known thanks to his excellent verses on the stand out tracks of P-Money’s debut album, “”Remember?” and “Scribe 2001”. He then smashed it with his debut single, the amazing “Stand Up”, which is still the longest running No 1 in NZ music history. No one was surprised then when “The Crusader” album went on to be one of the fastest selling albums of 2003, selling 8,000 copies in the first few hours of release, and then tripling that in the next few days. The next single, “Not Many – The Remix” confirmed his genius, and found him success over the Tasman, where the Aussies embraced him with a passion, sending him into the charts and buying over 50,000 copies of the album.
Last year saw the release of his long awaited follow up, “Rhyme Book”. It notably features a collaboration with New York hip hop artist Talib Kweli (of Reflection Eternal and Black Star fame) on the track "Be Alright" as well as the amazing "Say It Again" which features Scribe's cousin Tyra Hammond of Opensouls and Tornados fame.