Last updated: 30 July 2009

Fierce campaigners for the promotion of the Welsh language, rappers Tystion fused bilingual rhymes with a revolutionary ideology.

Read about Tystion on BBC Cymru (Welsh language)

Tystion began in 1991, in a bedroom in Carmarthen, when Steffan Cravos - a 15-year old schoolboy fired by the sound of Public Enemy and the Dead Kennedys - connected up two tape decks and a mixer that he'd bought from a high street electronics shop, and began his one-man campaign to overthrow the stale Welsh musical mainstream.

Read the full Tystion biography.

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