Hip-Hop Night at Mad Hatters

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Kobi Onyame, Damaged Goodz and Crazy Cottage play Hip-Hop Night at Mad Hatters, Inverness on the 30th of of March 2012.

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Hip Hop returns to Church Street on the 30th of March with a good range of national and local talent on offer.

Nominated for MTV Brand New: For 2012, Kobi Onyame  has continued to build on the momentum that has seen him play Glastonbury, T in the Park and Rockness. “I love that I am able to express myself through music. I grew up listening to a lot of Hip Hop but heard gospel and highlife from my parents and also pop, rock and dance from my friends…”, he states on his bio. Last year saw the releases of ‘Green Green Grasses’ saw him collaborating with Emeli Sande and Young Fathers, The List described him as “an artist who has all the commercial appeal of Tinie Tempah or Taio Cruz, with bags of added heart and soul” (full List Review here)

Hailing from East Kilbride, Damaged Goodz has opened for 50 cent, Black Eyed Peas, The Game and the Sugar Hill Gang. 2012 has seen Damaged Goodz return from a 4 year hiatus with the release of his 3rd LP “And the rest is history”.

They will be joined by by Wick’s very own Crazy Cottage playing their biggest gig so far in the career of the band. DJ Butterscotch will also be providing a DJ set to end the evening.

Kobi Onyame, Damaged Goodz and Crazy Cottage play Hip-Hop Night at Mad Hatters, Inverness on the 30th of of March 2012, Free Entry.

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