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Brits In The City (Best of UK Urban)

moi "A personality is not just for Christmas"
 
The Best of Sade
The Best of Sade
"Introduction to the the queen (UK and beyond)  of smooth, contemporary soul"
A Little Deeper
A Little Deeper
"What she lacks in vocal technique, she more than makes up for with content."
Kik Off
Kik Off
"UK Hip-Hop recieves nowhere near as enough attention as it deserves. But this is a solid album."
Floetic
Floetic
"They may have fled to the US because of England's 'low glass ceilings', but this album has thick, Brit accents all over it - and is all the better for it..."
Untitled
Untitled
"Stylish. Classy. Sexy. Sultry. Mercury Nominee. Brilliant Live Performer. Sweet Human Being. All these things come through and work well together on this album..."
The Other Side
The Other Side
"Follow up to 'Medicine 4 My Pain' - underated but still superb."
Diamond In The Rough - Da Heat Mixtape Vol 2
Diamond In The Rough - Da Heat Mixtape Vol 2
"It's about time that a Female MC truly represented for UK Hip-Hop. Track 5 - 'Feelin' is gorgeous."
Run Come Save Me
Run Come Save Me
"Eccentric but lovable. As a Brit it's always great to hear 'Eastenders' and '...pints of bitter' in Hip-Hop lines. Even if you don't feel the same you can't deny the brilliance of 'Witness (One Hope)'"
Boy In Da Corner
Boy In Da Corner
"Boy from Bow. Mercury Winner. Dirty Beats. Street Smart Wit. Hopefully a sign of things to come..."
The Chosen Few Ep
The Chosen Few Ep
"Mature UK Hip-Hop (Part I)"
The Future
The Future
"Mature UK Hip-Hop (Part II)"
Original Pirate Material
Original Pirate Material
"Ignore the hype, he isn't a UK Eminem because he's not strictly Hip-Hop. Although he is lyrically impressive and in possession of a cool creative wit.ty."
Everybody's Somebody
Everybody's Somebody
"Slept on original UK R'n'B."
Set It Off
Set It Off
"Not very cool, but sufficient, commercial Drum 'n' Bass."
Angels With Dirty Faces
Angels With Dirty Faces
"Sweet natured, R'n'B tinged pop. Tighter focus and more assured than their sweet debut ('One Touch'). Acoustic song 'Breathin Easy' is unexpectedly impressive"
Born to Do It
Born to Do It
"Poster boy for UK R'n'B, at his best! I.e.  without the airbrushing from across the Atlantic.."
The Unknown
The Unknown
"Not completely sure about the album, but they deserve a mention for the brilliance of the single 'The Unknown'."
Prodigal Sista
Prodigal Sista
"This lady never gets her props and deserves..."
Who I Am (Bonus Track)
Who I Am (Bonus Track)
"two mentions for the brilliant music she makes. I defy you not to love 'Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda'"
Lovers Rock
Lovers Rock
"Does exactly what it says on the tin. If you're falling in love or getting out, this will sing to you."
Copasetic & Cool
Copasetic & Cool
"Quirky, satisfying acoustic UK soul."
Volume IV: The Classic Singles 88-93
Volume IV: The Classic Singles 88-93
"From back in the day, could teach today's artisits more than a thing or two."
Blue Lines
Blue Lines
"Modern Classic from the once cooler than cool Bristol collective."
The May Street Project
The May Street Project
"Not British, but given how underated she is she could be. Great album, incredibly soulful (early Neptunes Production)."
Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea
Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea
"Not technically urban (she's from Brighton). But this album deserves a mention for its raw energy, passion and soul. (Also check out 'Dry')"