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Throwback Thursday: Kano – Brown Eyes

September 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

E2E music feature writer Lydia hits us up with a UK classic for this week’s Throwback Thursday. It’s Thursday, so that can only mean one thing – Throwback Thursday! Now, I know it’s been a...

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Documentary: The So Solid Legacy

February 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Link Up TV release an exclusive documentary on the So Solid Crew. In the run up to their sold out reunion tour, Urban UK broadcaster, Link Up TV present an exclusive documentary in tribute to...

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July 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Putting the acting aside after the success of Top Boy and Inside Men, Ashley Walters also famously known as Asha D has returned to the music scene and has graced us with a visual for new...

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Bite The Ballot at Westminster

April 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

Bite The Ballot hold a conference at London’s parliament in Westminster. On the 29th of March, Bite The Ballot a grass roots organisation set up to combat, the lack of youth involvement in politics held a conference...

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Spirit of London Nomination Party

April 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

On Thursday 15th March, the E2E team attended the Spirit of London Awards (SOLA) 2012 nominations, held at City Hall in the heart of London. It was a very inspirational and entertaining evening with a...

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Stars call on young Londoners to make history

March 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Stars call on young Londoners to make history at Bite the Ballot event. On April 14th in London, Bite the Ballot supported by Spirit Of London Awards, UpRise and The Community Channel’s London360 launches ‘Youth...

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Asher D drops the latest installment to his ‘Forgotten Treasures’ mixtape series’. Ashley Walters (aka Asher D) has dropped the fourth volume of his Forgotten Treasures collection. The collection includes hits and unreleased material. With...

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Top Boy’s first episode launched yesterday on Channel 4 and is going to be shown tomorrow as well. I like it because it seems realistic, it has a good line up of urban stars which...

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