On The Line: M-Acculate Interview (UK Hip-Hop)


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We caught up with one of the UK’s most consistent underground Hip-Hop artists, M-Acculate, to find how more about his past, his future, and his thoughts on the state of the game now!!!

U.E.M – Give us a bit of background on yourself. When did you first get into Hip-Hop and what inspired you to start making music?

M-Acculate – I always loved poetry as a kid. I discovered Hip-Hop in 1993, at the age of 13, when my brother brought home a 2 Live Crew tape. Then came ‘The Chronic’, ‘Doggystyle’, but, the big game changer was ‘Enter The 36 Chambers’. I fell in love with the lyricism and kind of blended my poetry and creative writing skills with my new found passion for Hip-Hop. I then started writing rhymes, free-styling and battling, mostly just at parties, to try impress chicks but never did it on a serious level. Eventually started doing a few demos, put together a couple of groups and eventually (about 10 years ago) I decided to make a full on go at it as a solo artist.

U.E.M – What do you think of the current state on Hip-Hop?

M-Acculate – I have no idea what it even is! I don’t follow it as a culture anymore and I literally don’t understand what happened. Many say rap went pop but I see it more as pop went rap. We started out as an alternative to music on the radio. Remember the shock and uniqueness of tracks like ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ climbing the charts? Well nowadays every single chart song is rap/R&B influenced. And its not just music, its pop culture on every scale. TV shows, movies, cartoons, commercials, everything always has an ‘urban’ character. I heard 3 TV advertisements, in the space of an hour the other day, all with Busta Rhymes tracks. The Rocky Robin chocolate bar advert is a cartoon bird in a backwards cap and gold chain. Rap emojis will be next and it’s just ridiculous. Its a total mockery to the culture.

U.E.M – Who’s your favourite MC/Artist of all time and favourite out now?

M-Acculate – Kool G Rap. Greatest lyricist of all time! I’m all about the wordplay, metaphors and punchlines and I craft my verses with technical pride. G Rap, Proof (D-12) Cormega, Chino XL, Canibus, Killah Priest, Ill Bill, Redman, thats who I look up to. As far as artists that are ‘out now’ I still listen to those guys and other older heads still dropping new stuff as well as their older stuff. I have tried a lot of the newer artists (Logic, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Joey Bada$$, Conway etc.) but it’s not for me! I don’t get anything from it. I don’t even class myself as a Hip-Hop fan no more. It just happens to be the only form of music that I listen too. I am a fan of certain Hip-Hop era’s, and artists, just not the genre.

U.E.M – Do you have any forthcoming projects dropping this year?

M-Acculate – Yeah, I just started the year off with ‘The Trinity’ E.P. that’s myself, Hidden & Anonymous, with Markie4eyez on the boards. We have ‘Hidden Underground Vol. 2’, dropping in April, with all the HRSUnderground roster and others on there. Lucifer’s Apostles new album will be out in the summer and, hopefully, drop a solo E.P or maybe even the, long overdue, ‘Ballad Of A Bastard’ album. That’s been written for ages but it was written through some of my darkest times and memories. As much as I may sound like a grumpy old miserable bastard at times I have never been happier in life so its hard to capture the emotion and feel I want in this album’s delivery. I might leave my wife for a month, quit my job and go back on the drugs just to get it done! Show my dedication to the game haha.

U.E.M – Where do you see yourself, musically, in 5 years time?

M-Acculate – Still sat on my sofa, drunk, playing golden era shit on YouTube saying “I wish it was 1995”. I’m not sure, still be here in some capacity, not rapping. I’ll be in my early 40’s by then so I will be promoting and I’ve also got a few other ideas. Still trying to figure some plans out. Hip-Hop will always be a big part of my heart so as long as my heart has a beat, it will be a 96BPM boom bap beat, and I’ll always be a part of the game. Thanks for having me here, I’ve enjoyed it, and big up all you guys that support me and real Hip-Hop! Keep up the dope work. Peace!!!

Stream + Purchase his music here –

iTunes – M-Acculate on iTunes

Spotify – M-Acculate on Spotify

Bandcamp – M-Acculate on Bandcamp

HRSUnderground Bio – M-Acculate – Official HRSUnderground Bio

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Christian Foley – Excommunication (iTunes Stream + Purchase)


UK Spoken Word/Hip-Hop artist Christian Foley drops his first official album, under his birth name, called ‘Excommunication’.

The former Just Muz drops an amazing release which is open, honest and touching.

Despite Christian’s appearances on daytime television in the UK, and USA, as well as becoming a viral sensation courtesy of his ‘Rapping Teacher’ video (co-signed by 50 Cent) his music has never quite broke through to the mainstream!!!

The production, on this project, is more commercial sounding, in comparison to some of his previous ‘Just Muz’ related work, but it complements his rhymes, and concepts, and work extremely well together! This could easily be Christian’s breakthrough record!!!

A real musical growth for an artist who has put in so much work over the years and a real shot at some, well deserved, mainstream success!!!

Highlights – ‘X&O’, ‘Shadow’, ‘Suicide’.

Stream + Purchase here – Christian Foley – Excommunication (iTunes Stream + Purchase)

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UK Rapper Cadet tragically passes away in car accident aged 28

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A BRITISH rapper has died at the age of 28 in a horror smash on the way to a gig.

Cadet, real name Blaine Johnson, was killed when the taxi he was traveling in crashed in the early hours of this morning.



Very Sad news for the whole scene today, may he rest in peace.



His family confirmed news over his death in a statement: “We the family of Blaine Cameron Johnson known as Cadet (Underrated Legend) would like to share the sad news that during the early hours of 9th February 2019 he passed away as a passenger in a taxi, en route to a performance.

“Right now we the family appreciate your patience and will share with you any information as and when we can. Thanks for your support in advance.

“Love The Johnson Family #cadetcadet #imbuff #underratedlegend #ripcadet.”

His Instagram account has since been set to private.



Tributes have poured since the tragic news broke early this morning.

Rapper Giggs posted a picture of the artist on his Instagram and wrote: “Proper sad and shocked to hear this. Really sorry to Cadets family man,prayers and blessings to his family at this hard time. RIP CADET.”

Example wrote: “Was chatting to you only last week about how excited you were for some festivals this summer. So much positive energy. Smiling nonstop when I was with you, first time we met I felt as if I’d known you my whole life. Mad humble guy. RIP Cadet”.

Sharing a childhood photograph of the pair together, rapper Krept said: “My life will never be the same again. I love you and will forever miss you. I cant believe it. I am heartbroken. Rest in peace cuz.

“You finally started getting the recognition you deserved. Im so proud of you. My left lung. Im devestated and broken right now [sic]”.

DJ Semtex shared a video on Twitter and said: “Cant believe it… I was on stage with him last week. Never seen a man so happy. Everything was working out for him.

“This was gonna be his year. We were plottin [sic] on the best time to do an interview on his next single. Rip Cadet”.

Mega So Solid paid tribute, saying: “He brought life & substance to the uk music scene Cadet #RiP”

One fan wrote: “This sudden & unexpected news about Cadet is saddening…life is actually fleeting; Rest in Power Cadet, he was way too young.”

Entertainment group The Creatives wrote: “We’re in total shock! Rest in Paradise to UK Rap Superstar Callmecadet .

“Your musical abilities, your flows, concepts and acting levels are forever incredible. All our love & stength towards the Johnson family and his supporters.”

The rising star, who found success on YouTube, was due to perform at Wireless Festival 2019.

Announcing his schedule, the festival said: “The proclaimed ‘Underrated Legend’, Cadet, stepped into the music scene during the second half of 2015 with a hard-hitting freestyle reaching over half a million views in just a few months.

“This was quickly followed by another heartfelt freestyle, Cadet is tipped for an unstoppable career.”

Wireless confirmed today that his slot will be kept on the schedule as a time to reflect on his memory.

They tweeted: “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends and fans, of Cadet. Such sad news. We’ll be keeping his Wireless performance as a time to reflect on the memory of Blaine.”

Model Behaviour: Yanita (Trap Mob)

Model: Yanita

Age: 24
Height: 5”7
Weight: 43
Chest: 32
Waist: 24
Hips: 34
Eye Color: Dark brown
Hair Color: Black
Dress Size: UK 6
Shoe Size: UK 4
Skin Color: Tan
Ethnicity: Thai
Languages Spoken: English, Thai


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Profession: Student
Agencies: N/A
Milestones: Modelling for Vogue and well established publications
Current location: Lincolnshire
Tell us about your career within modelling, how did you get started?

I started modelling for an online boutique in Bangkok, Thailand after relocating to the Uk for studies was fortunate to work as a part of Lincoln Fashion Week amongst other models and designers on the Catwalk

Who’s your favourite photographer you’ve done a shoot with and why?

I have recently enjoyed working with Bout Dat Productions, they were very professional and had a fun experience.



What is your best model experience ever?

Being a brand model for a well established online store for over two years, within this opportunities arose for magazine placements in Singapore and other markets.
Could you describe your daily routine when you do castings?

Before casting I always make sure my appearance is well, I generally shop for a new outfit and ensure I have the desired make-up/accessories for my look.
What’s your favorite outfit to wear to castings?

Generally speaking white tee shirt, skinny jeans with heels. i.e Something plain that can stylised with most things.
Which five words would your friends use to describe you?

– Talkative
– Friendly
– Fashionista
– Good Photographer
– Easy Going
What is your favorite healthy snack?

– Protein Bar
What is your all time favorite movie and why?

Harry Potter
Which make-up brands are you using?

Bobbi Brow, Benefit, Rimmel London

Do you have any advice for those who want to start modeling?

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If you want to do it go for it, self confidence will carry you a long way.

What do you think Bout Dat can do for the model community?

Putting on events within the community, music fashion event

Do you have any model friend you would like to see presented on Model of Month?

I have somebody in mind we recently worked together on the fashion week showcase
Where can we follow you?

INSTAGRAM: @yanitaa.p
Twitter: @yanitaaa_p
What are the main challenges in modeling today?

High completion with other models due to over saturation of the scene. The internet has made it easier for everyone to showcase their talents however lack of regulations can be challenge.
What do you enjoy most of your profession?

Photoshoots, mostly outdoor

How would you describe a model life?

Sometimes stressful as it’s always been alongside work/studies. So it’s finding time to meet opportunities and balance time.
Do you think models are able to find long lasting friendships within the industry today?

Yes, you can build friendships anywhere if you are of good character

What is your big model dream?

To expand successfully and make a name for myself within the profession of modelling.



What’s your favorite place in the world?

Hokkaido, Japan

Give us 5 fun facts people might not know about you yet?

– I’ve been playing the piano since the age of 12
– I have a terrible singing voice
– My dance skills are quite limited
– I’m a Cat person
– Have been known to sleeptalk in the past

What is your favorite thing to do when not working?

Watch movies, hang out with friends, listen to music, and reading

Take us through a typical day in the life?

Gym, The usual study/work in day and if lucky some extra curricular in the night
How do you keep your body in good shape?

I go to the gym 3/4 times a week at the least.