PremRock and Fresh Kils are on tour in Europe right now. They also have a new album coming soon from which comes the Broken Hallelujah, the focus of this live performance video.
I had the opportunity to catch PremRock and Fresh Kils live in London just under a year ago. Prem’s easy going nature is equalled by Kils’ and this air of quiet confidence shows in their live performance. Sadly the mid-week London show wasn’t well attended which may go someway to explaining why the pair have skipped England’s capital on their current European ‘Pens and Pads Tour II‘.
This video is a live performance of ‘Broken Hallelujah’ which is the opening track from their forthcoming album titled ‘Leave In Tact’. The album is available to pre-order now from Urbnet which includes a download of the first single ‘No Pleas Copped’.
About PremRock | PremRock is an independent hip-hop recording artist, performer and writer. Influenced by Tom Waits as much as Kool G rap and equal parts Hemingway and Nina Simone his style and general demeanor channels the greats of all avenues. After successfully booking three European tours and recording two studio albums the young artist is working on multiple follow-up projects both domestically and overseas.
About Fresh Kils | From behind the boards to the stage, there’s not a spot of ground Fresh Kils’ prolific career hasn’t touched. And not just hip hop. It’s true, you’ll see Saigon and Ali Shaheed (ATCQ) grace his resume, but you’ll also find the likes of Ron Sexsmith & The Buena Vista Social Club. His prowess on the MPC has seen him share the stage with many of hip hop’s legends (Nas, De La Soul) as well as the best of the underground. With momentum & accolades growing each year, Fresh Kils’ is poised for a sound system takeover unlike any we’ve seen in a long time. You’ve been warned…