When I got older, I just gravitated more towards hip-hop. Fast forward to and his Family First album has carried on the legacy, enlisting the new generation of MCs to flex their muscles. This desire not to be pinned down stems from youth: Carns today can be viewed, to some degree, as a pioneer—someone who is so forward thinking as to build a sonic wall around the infamous crew which, in turn, has infiltrated the scene with aplomb.
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You would sometimes hear the beat and then he would be beatboxing. In the UK, you would find it difficult to find one man who can channel so many talents into one project, but Carns has and continues to do so.
Describing his creative process, Carns keeps it short and sweet: Listening to it, you hear standout performances from 67, Reekz MB and K-Trap, and you need no further proof that Carns is an expert at what he does, crafting beats that would suit almost everyone.
Because rapping and production go hand-in-hand to create a moment of magic, and in an evolving scene full of movers, shakers and shelly beatmakers, the latter are going through a renaissance of greatness. Posted on October 11, Though affiliated with these artists, it does not limit his sound—which is just as accustomed to menacing road rap as it is to frantic drill.
The latter put his beats on the map, while the former outed him as a real creative. Carns, however, has taken every opportunity thrown at him, using them to advance both himself and the culture he continues to serve.
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Almost like a DJ Khaled figure, his approach to each artist he works with is streamlined for them, and only them. On OTyou could hear the early genesis of what would become the next phase of UK rap—the sonics we hear today—and it was blared out at the back of buses throughout Carbs most mornings on the way to school. When I got older, I just gravitated more towards hip-hop. This desire not to be pinned down stems from youth: Seperation Confirmed project will speak to this.
Carns today can be viewed, to some degree, as a pioneer—someone who is so forward thinking as to build a sonic wall around the infamous crew which, in turn, has infiltrated the scene with aplomb.
Carns is an carnss artist, ready and willing to take risks in order to expand his carnx, and he refuses to be pinned down by trends. Because I have a lot of rappers around me, I would say it does influence my music. Carns has proven he can do it all, and that will never not be a fact.
I would listen to anything and play along to anything, even the EastEnders tune [laughs].
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Over a decade spent in the game, he has found a heap of fame recently, producing hood classics for the likes of 67, Youngs Teflon, Blade Brown and Hilll Squeeze. But a higher number of producers may have, perhaps, levelled the playing field and prevented such things occurring. One particular producer we should be giving flowers to right now is Carns Hill, the soft spoken, prolific vibe supplier for your favourite road rappers.
Fast forward to and his Family First album has carried on the legacy, enlisting the new generation of MCs to flex their muscles. He hopes his movements can encourage the next batch of producers to focus on the craft of making beats, especially in a scene where rappers are in abundance. It was so structured.
When I was in school, that was my guy—from the sounds to the samples, he was a big influence for me growing up. Like, what the fuck?
We had a Videotron as well so I could stay up until 12 to watch Yo! It is now safe to say that he is respected in his own right, and a Carns beat with that killer tagline is in high demand. The OT series has gone from strength to strength, with a second and third edition in and respectively, as Carns continues to round up the best of the crop from the UK underground.