|Riz MC, Sway & Plan B - Shifty|
|CD released: 11th May 2009 Download available from: 11th May 2009|
|Released by: True Tiger Recordings|
Shifty is the title track to the long-awaited British film and features three of Britain's most prolific hip-hop artists.
Shifty is a sharply scripted, witty, urban thriller, from writer/director Eran Creevy. Set on the outskirts of London it follows themes of friendship and loyalty over the course of 24 hours in the life the young charismatic "Shifty" (Riz MC)
As a musician Riz MC has built on strong radio support with the release of his single Radar/People Like People, described by Music Week as 'cinematic, edgy, his most accomplished work to date'. His debut single Post 9/11 Blues became an internet cult classic, winning global media attention despite censorship by almost all mainstream music programmers. He recently performed with Dizzee Rascal at The Warehouse Project and holds an artistic residency at the Southbank Centre and was specifically chosen by Massive Attack to support them for their headline opening show at the Meltdown Festival 2008.
British born hip-hip artist Sway has been making waves since early 2004 during which he established DCypha Productions to enable him to release his mixtapes and debut solo album, This Is My Demo. His reputation rose from underground to mainstream after coming into the public eye by winning a MOBO award in September 2005 for Best Hip Hop Act, defeating heavyweight hip-hop artists 50 Cent and The Game to collect the award. He was also nominated for the second year running in the Best Hip Hop category and Best UK Male for the MOBO awards held at the end of September 2006 and in September 2008 for Best UK Male.
Plan B's lyrical content delivered against melodic guitar strumming has seen him dubbed "The British Eminem" and his debut album Who Needs Actions When You Got Words was released on 26 June 2006.
There will be an exclusive screening for radio and television on 16th April.
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