MAD-X RELEASES ‘DECEIT’ ON 18 DECEMBER 2014 COURTESY OF THE TIME MACHINE PROJECT

LAUNCH OF NEW MIXTAPE PROJECT BY TIME MACHINE SONY DSC

London (18th December 2014) – Sing -jay/performer/mc/songwriter/entrepreneur Mad-X prepares for the The Time Machine debut release of ‘Deceit’; a fusion of Reggae, R&B and UK Hip Hop that touches on the feelings that can occur in a relationship that has become tainted by miscommunication and distrust, which may lead to deception. The single was recorded at Area 52 Studios, produced by UnKnown from D-Lab Projects and was recently showcased on Urban Jazz Radio.

After recent releases including her debut album ‘Roll Up To Da Club’, the single ‘It’s A Party’ produced by Dougi D, ‘Sick ah dem’ with the Jamaican producers Cashflow Records and featuring on ‘Outsiders’ with the Hungarian band Zagar, Mad-x who is known for her energy and versatility wanted to showcase a more vocally raw sound with this song.

Mad-X states:

‘As a female MC with a name like “Mad-X” I often come across as fiery and resilient….I wanted to show everyone one of my other unseen sides…my vulnerable side’

‘Deceit’ was borne through Mad-X, Tory Olivier and Raggo Zulu Rebel’s collaboration on the Time Machine mixtape project. R&B performer/singer/songwriter Tory Olivier who has previously collaborated with Mad-X brings his rich vocals and enchanting harmonies to the mix. He was recently a regional finalist on the Open Mic UK and has had releases including ‘God Only Knows’ on the My Name is Mixtape Vol 1 produced by the Schizofreniks (Leona Lewis). The song is given a further dimension with the distinctive sound of UK Hip Hop performer/songwriter/rapper Raggo Zulu Rebel who often features on Global Faction and whose most recent release includes his fourth album ‘Holy War (WW1)’ recorded and mixed at More For Us Media studio’s by Morfius.

This is the Time Machine’s first release from the forthcoming Time Machine Mixtape Vol 1. The compilation will be hosted by the GoldenStar DJ’s (StarKid and Inspector) and includes both local and international artists of varying genres. The Time Machine project is founded by Lisa Ukanwoke, Sabrina Nicol and Lydia Garrick and has been set up to give emerging creatives the opportunity to network and exchange skills which will prospectively create further opportunities.

Contact: Lisa Ukanwoke | Email: info@thetimemachine.biz | Tel: +44 (0) 7469 192 230

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