The official video for ‘My Life’ from Silqe feat. Macca
The 2nd single to be released from ‘The Hidden Truth EP’. If you missed the incredible review from ukhh.com, then check it out here
Get your hands on a limited edition hand numbered physical copy of the EP from http://www.defactoentertainment.com quick, before they all go.
They’ve landed – Get them while you can. Strictly limited to 50 copies and hand numbered, these will go fast.
Head over www.defactoentertainment.com and go to the Merch Store to get your copy
De Facto Entertainment are very proud to announce the release of ‘The Hidden Truth EP’ from Silqe and producer Stealf. This is 8 tracks of real rap, that any hip hop head should need in their collection.
Stream the EP for your listening pleasure here and we hope you enjoy
Currently Stealf is working with Jackitdown Brown (@JIDBrown) on his follow up for ‘Beats & Rhymes Vol. 1’. Jackitdown Brown and Stealf dropped vol. 1 back in August 2011 and after some very positive feedback from fans as well as working with Kool G Rap on a track, they’re now ready to get vol. 2 in to production and let the people hear something fresh. The artwork should be enough to get you heads ready…
But Stealf isn’t done there…He’s also working with Reading based artist Silqe (@silqemusic). The untitled project has only just started to get underway, but all the beats have been chosen and recording has begun. With the artwork photoshoot in the pipeline as well as scheduling the EP for a late November release, it’s going to be a busy final quarter for Stealf and De Facto.
August 26th saw UK Hip hop arrive in Basingstoke. De Facto teamed up with Holdin Court and the Boom Bap Festival to provide a night of serious hip hop.
@micallparknsun headlined with Jazz T and @jyagermysta along with the legend that is Evil Ed.
@defactoent show cased Mista Flix and Silqe outstanding performances from both, including the unveiling the exclusive ‘Great Expectations’ from Mista Flix & Micall Parknsun, produced by @stealf
Natural Selection also delivered a killer set along with resident Holdin Court DJ Shep and Boom Bap’s DJ Jives.
The event was epic and if you weren’t there, then you missed a big night of UK hip hop, but there’ll be more to come.