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Young Fathers

Young Fathers sit in for Iggy Pop with a two hour mixtape of tunes ahead of their performance at The Biggest Weekend.

Young Fathers sit in for Iggy Pop with a two hour mixtape ahead of their performance at The Biggest Weekend.

Taking you on a journey from the lyrical consciousness of The Black Poets, through the world of hip hop and right over to the cinematic sounds of Ennio Morricone.

Formed in Edinburgh in 2008 by Alloysious Massaquoi, Kayus Bankole and Graham 'G' Hastings. They signed to Big Dada Records and released their debut album, Dead, in 2014. The album gained a lot of critical attention and went on to win the prestigious Mercury Prize.

Their second album, White Men Are Black Men Too, followed in April 2015 and this year saw the Ninja Tune released third album Cocoa Sugar.

2 hours

Music Played

  • The Last Poets

    Black Is

  • Tweet

    Oops (Oh My) (feat. Missy Elliott)

    • Goldmind.
  • Callum Easter

    Feelings Gone

  • Gasper Nali

    A Bale Ndikuwuzeni

  • Clipse

    Grindin'

  • Magic System

    1er Gaou

  • Can

    Vitamin C

    • Ege Bamyasi.
    • Spoon Records.
    • 004.
  • A Tribe Called Quest

    Solid Wall Of Sound

  • Bhizer

    Gobisiqolo

  • Murkage Dave

    Car Bomb

  • Pixies

    Tame

  • O.D.B.

    Shimmy Shimmy Ya

    • The Dirty Story: The Best Of ODB.
    • Elektra.
  • ANOHNI

    Drone Bomb Me

  • Wedel Bikri

    Track 6

  • Kwesta

    Ngud' (feat. Cassper Nyovest)

  • The Slickers

    Johnny Too Bad

    • Young Gifted & Black (Various).
    • Trojan.
  • Law Holt

    Throw Down Your Coins

  • Scientist

    Lazer Beaming

  • Susso

    Bani

  • Steve Monite

    Only You

  • James & Bobby Purify

    I'm Your Puppet

  • Alaska

    Accuse

  • Dopebwoy

    Afstand

  • Ata Kak

    Obaa Sima

  • Mahmoud Guinia

    Dayem Allah

  • Dally Kimoko

    Tobina

  • DahLin Gage

    Come Take

  • Ennio Morricone

    Lontano

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