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WORD ON THE STREET- MIKILL PANE & JOLADE O at Boondocks London in LONDON

Event description

Underworld Konnect presents WORD ON THE STREET @ BOONDOCKS LONDON
Headliners: MIKILL PANE & JOLADE OULSANYA

Word on the Street is where Hip Hop and Rap, fuses with Spoken word and Performance Poetry. We have merged these two worlds together with the intention of bringing our audiences amazing live performances, filled with outstanding lyrical content in an ambient and intimate setting. Come and sit in our candlelit, comfortable space and enjoy a lovely meal or a glass of something nice, while seeing some of the finest talent in the world of Hip Hop and Poetry.

Between live acts DJ Shorty will be spinning some mellow, chilled out Hip hop vibes at a speak easy level to provide the perfect backdrop as you talk and meet with like minded people. Additionally, we offer both an open mic segment hosted by Kingpin and Shay D to give everyone the platform to express themselves. So come join us at our unique and unforgettable evening. Word on the Street!!
Mikill Pane
"A non-existent recording artist that believes he peers at the world through window panes while he gets ‘ill on the microphone’ or ‘mike-ill’. Often mispronounced as ‘Mickle Pane’, ‘Mickill Pane’ or ‘Mickell Pane’."

Now that you’ve learnt how to pronounce…MIKE-ill’s (just making sure…) name, you’re ready to learn about the myth itself. You see, there is no proof of Mikill’s existence, save for a number of recordings that he allegedly made via the voice of his engineer Justin Smith Uzomba. These recordings started to surface in 2007. Since then, a chosen few can claim to have heard these mysterious yet poetic ramblings. Mikill, or Mister Pane as he’s commonly referred to, is still best known for his verses on ‘Little Lady’, a track which featured on Ed Sheeran’s No.5 Collaborations EP. The unprecedented success of this track led to a very lengthy stay in the iTunes UK singer songwriter chart, with a peak position of number1.
2011 has seen Mikill tour extensively with collaborator and friend Ed Sheeran. It doesn’t end with Ed though, as Pane’s services have also been sought, in the form of tour support, by none other than rising star Mac Miller, a U.S. rapper from the same stable as Wiz Khalifa. Add four EPs, one with twice Mercury-nominated drummer/producer Seb Rochford, to the burgeoning list of Mikill’s accomplishments and you have to hand it to him – or you would if he existed – he’s doing alright for a rapper that hates rap.

Jolade Olusanya
Jolade O - Calls himself a Photographer | Creative Director | Filmmaker | Poet
passionate about people, the world and sharing the stories within. One of the Barbican Young Poets and frequent performer he will be sharing some works with us for a special spoken word set.
THERE IS DELICIOUS FOOD AND DRINK AT BOONDOCKS, WITH DIM LIT SEATING. ITS A REAL DOPE VIBES EVENING! COME AND JOIN US :)

£5 Advanced early bird. £8 second tier. £10 late tier, £12 on the door.
TICKETS USUALLY SELL OUT SO MAKE SURE YOU GRAB THEM EARLY AND TREAT A FRIEND OR MAKE NEW ONES!
5 MIN WALK FROM OLD STREET STATION.

NO REFUNDS. If you buy a ticket and cannot make the event you are welcome to sell it on our Facebook page. Thank you.

about the headliners:
Mikill Pane
"A non-existent recording artist that believes he peers at the world through window panes while he gets ‘ill on the microphone’ or ‘mike-ill’. Often mispronounced as ‘Mickle Pane’, ‘Mickill Pane’ or ‘Mickell Pane’."

Now that you’ve learnt how to pronounce…MIKE-ill’s (just making sure…) name, you’re ready to learn about the myth itself. You see, there is no proof of Mikill’s existence, save for a number of recordings that he allegedly made via the voice of his engineer Justin Smith Uzomba. These recordings started to surface in 2007. Since then, a chosen few can claim to have heard these mysterious yet poetic ramblings. Mikill, or Mister Pane as he’s commonly referred to, is still best known for his verses on ‘Little Lady’, a track which featured on Ed Sheeran’s No.5 Collaborations EP. The unprecedented success of this track led to a very lengthy stay in the iTunes UK singer songwriter chart, with a peak position of number1.
2011 has seen Mikill tour extensively with collaborator and friend Ed Sheeran. It doesn’t end with Ed though, as Pane’s services have also been sought, in the form of tour support, by none other than rising star Mac Miller, a U.S. rapper from the same stable as Wiz Khalifa. Add four EPs, one with twice Mercury-nominated drummer/producer Seb Rochford, to the burgeoning list of Mikill’s accomplishments and you have to hand it to him – or you would if he existed – he’s doing alright for a rapper that hates rap.

Jolade Olusanya
Jolade O - Calls himself a Photographer | Creative Director | Filmmaker | Poet
passionate about people, the world and sharing the stories within. One of the Barbican Young Poets and frequent performer he will be sharing some works with us for a special spoken word set.

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Venue

Boondocks London

205 City Road
LONDON ec1v 9bq
England

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