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MC Brasko is 22 year old jeweller, Christropher Whyne from Birmingham and he's has been making his own music for just over a year now.

His debut release was called 'Break It Down' which was released as a White Label. Future releases are in the pipeline, expect something around May.

His influences come from the Jungle scene, people like Skibadee, Basement, Trigger and latterly from the Garage scene, Wiley, Kano, Dizzee (the usual suspects!)

Click on the Listen button to catch Brasko talking about his music, growing up in Birmingham and props for Ras.


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Virus Syndicate DJ talks about the UKG scene and jungle

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Other shows with Ras Kwame


100% Homegrown

Championing the sound of the UK, Ras Kwame instigates the urban artist uprising.


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