London Posse

London Posse
‘Money Mad’
Tru Thoughts

Let’s head back into 1987 when London Posse kicked off a career in Hip Hop that would last a legendary lifetime in British hip hop.

Made up of Sipho, Rodney P, Bionic and DJ Biznizz they kicked off with a self titled release on Big Life produced by a young Tim Westwood followed by the seminal ‘Money Mad’ on Westwood’s Justice Records in 1988 that put Rodney P and Bionic on the map. The Posse may have split leaving these remaining two members but they went from strength to strength to release ‘Gangster Chronicle’, one of UK hip hop’s most cherished slabs of vinyl that is scheduled for a full re-issue treatment on 17th June via Tru-Thoughts.

Keep an ear out for ‘Money Mad’ with brand new remixes coming from Drumagick and Wrongtom on 13th May and if you don’t click on the play button on this documentary you will never know your Tru roots. Support it whilst we try and find out who those skaters are in the opening frames…answers on a postcard please.

Dobie photo exhibition coming to London

Legendary R.A.D Magazine skateboard photographer Tony Campbell aka Dobie graced our scene back in the 80s with his amazing photos and now makes tunes under the Big Dada record label.

He has worked with some heavy hitters over the years and has announced today that he will roll out a new exhibition featuring his photography in skateboarding, breakdancing and music.

Dobie’s prints will be hosted at 18 Hewett Street Gallery from the 8th-11th February featuring shots of Steve Caballero, Bod Boyle, Neil Blender and many more, plus selections from his new album ‘We Will Not Harm You’ that you can pick up here.