06-08 June 08, London (England)
We are proud we were to bring the British leg of the Meeting of Styles to London for the first time.
The Four Elements: Block Party
“Strangers Have The Best Sweets!”
|End Of The Line has joined forces with NIZIM, Throwdown and Meeting Of Styles, bringing together the fundamentals of hip-hop in a Herculean Battle of the elements.
|London is the largest urban area and capital of England and the United Kingdom. An important settlement for two millennia, Its history goes back to its founding by the Romans.|
As a result, the city has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and its popularity has increased over the years due to economic growth. London’s diverse population draws from a wide range of peoples, cultures, and religions, and over 300 languages are spoken within the city.
As of 2006, it has an official population of 7,512,400 within the boundaries of Greater London and is the most populous municipality in the European Union. As of 2001, the Greater London Urban Area has a population of 8,278,251and the metropolitan area is estimated to have a total population of between 12 and 14 million.
The option to bring the MOS to London came up very short. Our schedule had already been done, when End Of The Line came up with this wall and the idea to present the MOS. As to then England was still a gap on the 2008-map we were ready to join.As the spot was small and the scene is quite huge we were forced not to publish the spot on the web.
Snug, Bonzai, Chu, Astek, Inkie, Agent, Insa, Alex Martinez, Probs, Alex Fakso, Sune, Cheo, Xenz, Hicks, Vibes, Yesb, Are, Mr Jago, Replete, Busk, Dep, Lovepusher, Keen and Tizer, (more to be announced).
We presented to you an all day Block Party.Beardyman, One Self, Aaron Jerome, Jon Kennedy, Jon Hendicott, Shorty, Scroobius Pip & Dan le Sac, Shorty, Belleruche, Imperial Leisure, Flutebox and Subsource. Holding court is very our own Master of Ceremonies, CHU-I, displaying the lyrically ill skills of the truly gifted and shifted.
Remember, it ain’t about the car that you drive, the clothes that you wear or the rings on your fingers. It ain’t about fame or tagging your name. It’s about mastering the can, stickin’ it to the man, blowing the fuse and reppin’ your crews. Our Sound System will drain the energy of a city suburb. PAINT WILL BE SPILT. Breakdancers will destroy the very ground that they touch. MC’s will cleavethe air that they breathe and our DJ’s will shatter the vinyl that they spin. Feel the Power and Tremble. The Four Elements: Block Party. The Magicians of the dark arts salute you.