Verb T

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Verb T (born 11 January 1981) is a UK hip-hop artist based in London.

He has released seven albums and four EPs as well as numerous singles.

His first release was the 12-track EP Backhand Slap Talk / Technical Illness which was a shared release featuring songs from fellow London based rapper Kashmere.[1] It was released on Lowlife Records.[2]

This was followed by his debut album Bring It Back To Basics which was a collaborative release featuring production by former Scratch Perverts DJ Harry Love.[3]

  • Verb T also occasionally uses the alter-ego Dick Trusay.

In 2011 Verb T formed a group with artists Fliptrix, Leaf Dog and BVA MC, known as The Four Owls. The lead single Not Like Before and following album Natures Greatest Mystery have seen The Owls touring solidly in the UK throughout 2012. The new Verb T album 'Morning Process' is due out September 2012 on High Focus Records.

Releases[edit]

  • The single "Ill Lyrical Behaviour" (Apeman records)
  • The Single "Showbitchness" (LowLife Records)
  • The EP Backhand Slap Talk / Technical Illness (Lowlife Records)
  • The Album I'm Not That Guy (Pepa Records)
  • The single Delusion (Silent Soundz)
  • The album Bring It Back To Basics (Silent Soundz)
  • The single Satisfied (Silent Soundz)
  • The album Broken Window (Silent Soundz)
  • The album Verbs With A Vengeance (Thomas Records)
  • The album "Serious Games" 2010 (Ynr Productions)
  • The EP 'Self Ish' 2011 (High Focus Records)
  • The EP 'Self Less' 2011 (High Focus Records)
  • The LP 'Natures Greatest Mystery' (as part of 'The Four Owls') 2011 (High Focus Records)
  • The LP 'Morning Process' 2012 (High Focus Records)
  • The LP 'I Remain' 2013 (High Focus Records)

Appearances[edit]

  • Showbitchness from the Lowlife Records compilation 'Food' (2002)
  • "Exactly" from the Ghost EP 'Ghost Stories' (2004)
  • "Headtrip" from the Copperpot album 'Chapter 7' (2005)
  • Soul Cry from the Manage album 'Live In Protest' (2006)
  • Black Sea from the Kashmere album 'In The Hour Of Chaos' (2006)
  • "Opium Foetus" from the Kashmere album 'In The Hour Of Choas' (2006)
  • Various tracks from the Ghost album 'Seldom Seen Often Heard' (2006)
  • Pick A Subject from the Braintax album 'Panorama' (2006)
  • Just Let Me from the album 'EV Records Presents: Everything' (2007)
  • "Why do you Try" from the Fliptrix album 'Force Fed Imagery' (2007)
  • Alternate Take & Jealousy's a Bitch from the Jon Phonics compilation 'Half Past Calm' (2008)
  • "Dynamite" from the Sonny Jim album 'Trading Standards' (2008)
  • "Mine for the Taking" from the Skreintax album 'The Scene Stealers' (2008)
  • "Frozen in Time" and "Invisible World" from the Ghost album 'Freedom of Thought' (2009)
  • "Cracked It" from the Asaviour and DJ IQ album 'A Loop Theory' (2009)
  • "Own Zone" & "life We Lead from the Fliptrix album 'Theory of Rhyme' (2010)
  • "Everything" from the Jam Baxter album "Rinse out Friday / Spack out Monday" (2010)
  • "Time and a Place" from the Leaf Dog album "From a Scarecrow's Perspective" (2011)
  • "Nothing's Quite as it Seems" from the Fliptrix album "Third Eye of the Storm" (2012)
  • "Squashed" from the Jam Baxter Album "Gruesome Features" (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Low-Life | UK Hip Hop Story | Verb T & Kashmere - Backhand Slap Talk / Technical Illness 2xLP [Low Life Records]
  2. ^ Low life - Verb T & Kashmere The Iguana M - Back Hand Slap Talk / Technica
  3. ^ http://www.britishhiphop.co.uk/reviews/album_reviews/verb_t_harry_love_-_bring_it_back_to_basics_cd_silent_soundz_.html

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