Kid Acne – Council Pop. Label: Invisible Spies – INV 013. Format: 12 File, WAV, Album, Reissue. Producer, Written-By, Lyrics By, Performer, Mixed By – Kid Acne. Scratches, Beats, Mixed By – Req One. Written-By, Producer – Req One (tracks: 1 to 9, 11, 12).
Council Pop. Invisible INV 013CD.
Kid Acne's 2nd album, Council Pop (Invisible Spies) was released in late 2003 preceded by a 12" of the track 'Radio Music', which led to a series of UK and European tours. Both Rap Traffic and Council Pop were produced by UK graffiti stalwart and nocturnal beat constructor, Req One. 2007 saw the release of Kid Acne's 3rd LP, Romance Ain't Dead, this time on Lex Records, EMI. Beats once again programmed by Req One, with production handled by Ross Orton. Mastered and cut by Rob Gordon . Rap Traffic (LP), Invisible Spies 2001. Squirrel Hunters (7"), Invisible Spies 2001. Regarde Kid Acne (7"), Invisible Spies 2002. Council Pop (LP), Invisible Spies 2003. Radio Music (12", Single), Invisible Spies 2003. Zub-Zub Rockers (7", Single), Electro Caramel 2003.
North England rhymesayer and graffiti artist Kid Acne makes sparse, '80s-flavored hip-hop beats the perfect backdrops for satirical lyrics and clever Brit humor. Nobody really took notice of the Sheffield-based rapper until the release of his second album, Council Pop (2003), which enjoyed critical praise from the . to Japan for its witty and sarcastic critiques of pop culture. Acne's first creative forays were drawing comic books and graffiti writing when 12 years old, which gradually evolved into a fascination with hip-hop.
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Rap Traffic and Council Pop) were produced by UK graffiti veteran, Req. Both received critical acclaim landing Kid Acne with an EMI recording contract in the mid 2000's. Inside the gallery, Kid Acne has created regular international solo shows since 2009. His exhibitions tend to explore themes of an antediluvian matriarchy known as 'Stabby Women'.
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