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Beat Fanatic Spotlight “Jaisu”

Each week we hope to put the spotlight on a different member of the world famous Beat Fanatics.   To kick it off I wanted to start with UK producer Jaisu a producer who im most familiar with.

I first came across Jaisu through the Louisden Beat Battles movement and was blown away by his skills and his sounds, for me he’s definately one of the best young producers to emerge from the UK and for him to become the first british hip hop producer to make the elite memebership list of the Beat Fanatics which includes the likes of Slopfunkdust, Illmind, Nicolay, M-Phazes and 9th Wonder to name a few.

For those who don’t already know about UK producer Jaisu you need to sit down and get educated through his Beat Tape collection and check for his production credits which includes Marvwon, Sha Stimuli, Prince Po

It all began in 2007 wth Beat Tape Vol.1 & 2

Through to Beat Tape Vol 6

For all the Jaisu Beat Tapes please go to AB0181 You Tube page HERE

Fpr more on Jaisu you can get at him through
http://www.myspace.com/jaisu
http://twitter.com/jaisu
Or contact his manager OJ Loopz through http://twitter.com/OJ_Loopz


Kelakovski “Storm”

Still sounds fresh… Produced by Kelakovski from Birmingham UK


Buggin Out

BUG is 24 year old Benjamin Oluonye from London UK,  I’ve met up with BUG a couple of times at the Louisden Beat Cyphers and amazingly enough I had never really checked much of his music untill the LDBB league for 2010 kicked off.

BUG has been pretty busy recently with the construction of his website and the release of his single Cosmic Lab / 20 Winks on Jus Like Music Records which is available to download FREE grab that Sativa joint as well.

Jus Like  Music / Apple Juice Break dropped a dope compilation “Oscillations” and featured a BUG joint “Indica”

All this plus taking the crown as champion of the Louisden Beat Battles League for 2010 and it’s only April… with all this already achieved and with more to come, I’d say Bug is definately one of the UK producers to keep tabs on.