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Brent Lee Regan

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Sounds Like: Conspirituality, Sage Francis, Immortal Technique, Canibus Music, Saul Williams

Label: False Flag, False Flag Music, Real Hip Hop Forever

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Bio: Brent Lee Regan is an Alternative Hip Hop artist from the UK whose lyrical delivery and content is as varied as his musical style. His lyricism is deeply profound and explores issues of personal, political, philosophical and theological importance. He maturely addresses the power struggles and pa... See Full Bio

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  • 2010

    Oct 6


    London, ENG, UK | 7:45pm

    London, ENG, UK
    Wed Oct 06, 2010 7:45pm

    Details

    Justice' tour in the UK with guest emcees Jehuniko from the US and Brent Lee Regan from the UK, and the legendary DJ Flako from Guatemala. This is the rawest, most brutally honest revolutionary Hip-Hop to explode onto the UK underground. If you want candy rap, or weak and wavering conscious Hip-Hop then this is not for you because t...his collective of internat...ional underground raptivists are nothing short of revolutionaries. If you're down with intelligent lyricism, raw truth and hard-hitting beats then this is a show you can't afford to miss. People are sleeping and this performance is going to make them wake up and smell the thermite. Capital-'X' Capital-"X" was born in Brooklyn, New York. His parents migrated to New York from Puerto Rico during the "Great Migration" in the 1950's after Puerto Rico's official status was changed to "Commonwealth". It was a time when discrimination was rampant in the United States and it was no different in New York. As stated by Lolita Lebrón, there were signs in restaurants which read "No dogs or Puerto Ricans allowed". Struggling to find his place throughout his life "X" spent nearly half of his life trapped within the web of the criminal justice system, a fate that is all to common for young Blacks and Latinos in America. No stranger to struggle it was no surprise that "X" took after his uncles who were imprisoned for their political practices within the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party fighting for Puerto Rico's Independence. While serving time in Leesburg State Prison in New Jersey Capital-"X" transformed himself into a prisoners rights activist. Inspired by his uncles and the likes of Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos, George L Jackson, Malcolm X and countless others "X" educated himself to stand up against the very system he felt set out to destroy him and countless others. A very strong opponent of capitol punishment Capital-"X" now spends most of his time traveling across the US as well as over seas speaking and performing to educate and enlighten the masses on what he considers to be the truth about a corrupt and unjust legal system that he compares to the slave trade of the past. Intertwining facts gathered by years of extensive study in criminology, penology, law, personal experience and the experiences of fellow captives with hip hop music "X" intoxicates audiences with what he calls Raptivism. Calling himself the Voice of the Voiceless a title borrowed from "perhaps the best known Death-Row prisoner in the world", political rights activist/award winning journalist Mumia Abu Jamal, Capital-"X" claims to be the spokesman for over 2.5 million captives held in US prisons. He is a core member of The Anti-Injustice Movement and a member of Guerrilla Republik. http://www.reverbnation.com/capitalxaka305375 http://capital-x.blogspot.com/ www.capital-x.com www.305375.com www.myspace.com/capitalxaka305375 Jehuniko Jehuniko is an original, bluesy hip hop artist with lyrics in English and Spanish. He shares words involving his personal experiences and struggles in life. He is currently based in Houston, Texas. Jehuniko has also performed alongside Kemo the Blaxican and opened up for Mack 10, HR of Bad Brains, Lupe Fiasco, De La Sol, KRS One, Raekwon, the Coup and many others. He is a part of a hip hop trio called Almas Intocables along with Ikustion (LA) and Kiawitl (Houston) that rocks rhymes in English/Spanish. http://www.reverbnation.com/theaimraptivistcollective#/jehuniko Brent Lee Regan Brent Lee Regan (born 17th of May 1979 in Swindon, UK) is an alternative hip hop artist from the UK whose lyrical delivery and content is as varied as his musical style. Honest and inquisitive; cynical yet hopeful, Brent Lee Regan’s lyrics often unapologetically address the power struggles and paradigm shifts in the shady world of politics, religion and the human condition. As well as writing and producing all of his own material, Brent has also worked with many other producers, lyricists and bands both local and international. After being frontman & vocalist for 12 years in Ska-Rap-Metal band - The Prhyme, he recently split from the group to pursue his solo career and has released a solo album entitled “Apis Mellifera” which was put out on his own label “False Flag” in August 2009. He is also a member of The Anti-Injustice Movement and Guerrilla Republik. http://brentleeregan.blogspot.com/ http://truthmusicdirectory.blogspot.com/ http://www.antiinjusticemovement.com/page_1274410196132.html http://www.myspace.com/brentleeregan http://www.reverbnation.com/brentleeregan DJ Flako is a top DJ from Latin America and he has travelled all the way from Guatemala to introduce the UK to the illest Latin American beats. http://www.myspace.com/djflako214 The Anti-Injustice Movement (aka The AIM) "The true revolutionary is guided by feelings of love." (Che Guevara) The Anti-Injustice Movement (aka The AIM) is a global movement of activists, political emcees and protest poets who are fighting together to achieve the slow but steady destruction of global injustice. We struggle via non-violent and creative means against injustices perpetrated by corrupt governments, political and fundamentalist factions of organized religion, and corporate vampires. To do this we utilize the five elements of hip-hop (knowlege being the fifth), protest poetry, and grassroots campaigning as a means of awarenes raising and political revolt. http://www.antiinjusticemovement.com/ http://guerrillarepublik.ning.com

  • 2010

    Oct 4


    Edinburgh, UK | 7:00pm

    Edinburgh, UK
    Mon Oct 04, 2010 7:00pm

    Details

    The Anti-Injustice Movement, aka The AIM, and Guerrilla Republik UK presents Capital-'X's 'I Want Justice' tour in the UK with guest emcees Jehuniko from the US and Brent Lee Regan from the UK, and the legendary DJ Flako from Guatemala. This is the rawest, most brutally honest revolutionary Hip-Hop to explode onto the UK underground. If you want candy rap, or weak and wavering conscious Hip-Hop then this is not for you because t...his collective of internat...ional underground raptivists are nothing short of revolutionaries. If you're down with intelligent lyricism, raw truth and hard-hitting beats then this is a show you can't afford to miss. People are sleeping and this performance is going to make them wake up and smell the thermite. Capital-'X' Capital-"X" was born in Brooklyn, New York. His parents migrated to New York from Puerto Rico during the "Great Migration" in the 1950's after Puerto Rico's official status was changed to "Commonwealth". It was a time when discrimination was rampant in the United States and it was no different in New York. As stated by Lolita Lebrón, there were signs in restaurants which read "No dogs or Puerto Ricans allowed". Struggling to find his place throughout his life "X" spent nearly half of his life trapped within the web of the criminal justice system, a fate that is all to common for young Blacks and Latinos in America. No stranger to struggle it was no surprise that "X" took after his uncles who were imprisoned for their political practices within the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party fighting for Puerto Rico's Independence. While serving time in Leesburg State Prison in New Jersey Capital-"X" transformed himself into a prisoners rights activist. Inspired by his uncles and the likes of Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos, George L Jackson, Malcolm X and countless others "X" educated himself to stand up against the very system he felt set out to destroy him and countless others. A very strong opponent of capitol punishment Capital-"X" now spends most of his time traveling across the US as well as over seas speaking and performing to educate and enlighten the masses on what he considers to be the truth about a corrupt and unjust legal system that he compares to the slave trade of the past. Intertwining facts gathered by years of extensive study in criminology, penology, law, personal experience and the experiences of fellow captives with hip hop music "X" intoxicates audiences with what he calls Raptivism. Calling himself the Voice of the Voiceless a title borrowed from "perhaps the best known Death-Row prisoner in the world", political rights activist/award winning journalist Mumia Abu Jamal, Capital-"X" claims to be the spokesman for over 2.5 million captives held in US prisons. He is a core member of The Anti-Injustice Movement and a member of Guerrilla Republik. http://www.reverbnation.com/capitalxaka305375 http://capital-x.blogspot.com/ www.capital-x.com www.305375.com www.myspace.com/capitalxaka305375 Jehuniko Jehuniko is an original, bluesy hip hop artist with lyrics in English and Spanish. He shares words involving his personal experiences and struggles in life. He is currently based in Houston, Texas. Jehuniko has also performed alongside Kemo the Blaxican and opened up for Mack 10, HR of Bad Brains, Lupe Fiasco, De La Sol, KRS One, Raekwon, the Coup and many others. He is a part of a hip hop trio called Almas Intocables along with Ikustion (LA) and Kiawitl (Houston) that rocks rhymes in English/Spanish. http://www.reverbnation.com/theaimraptivistcollective#/jehuniko Brent Lee Regan Brent Lee Regan (born 17th of May 1979 in Swindon, UK) is an alternative hip hop artist from the UK whose lyrical delivery and content is as varied as his musical style. Honest and inquisitive; cynical yet hopeful, Brent Lee Regan’s lyrics often unapologetically address the power struggles and paradigm shifts in the shady world of politics, religion and the human condition. As well as writing and producing all of his own material, Brent has also worked with many other producers, lyricists and bands both local and international. After being frontman & vocalist for 12 years in Ska-Rap-Metal band - The Prhyme, he recently split from the group to pursue his solo career and has released a solo album entitled “Apis Mellifera” which was put out on his own label “False Flag” in August 2009. He is also a member of The Anti-Injustice Movement and Guerrilla Republik. http://brentleeregan.blogspot.com/ http://truthmusicdirectory.blogspot.com/ http://www.antiinjusticemovement.com/page_1274410196132.html http://www.myspace.com/brentleeregan http://www.reverbnation.com/brentleeregan DJ Flako is a top DJ from Latin America and he has travelled all the way from Guatemala to introduce the UK to the illest Latin American beats. http://www.myspace.com/djflako214 The Anti-Injustice Movement (aka The AIM) "The true revolutionary is guided by feelings of love." (Che Guevara) The Anti-Injustice Movement (aka The AIM) is a global movement of activists, political emcees and protest poets who are fighting together to achieve the slow but steady destruction of global injustice. We struggle via non-violent and creative means against injustices perpetrated by corrupt governments, political and fundamentalist factions of organized religion, and corporate vampires. To do this we utilize the five elements of hip-hop (knowlege being the fifth), protest poetry, and grassroots campaigning as a means of awarenes raising and political revolt. http://www.antiinjusticemovement.com/ http://guerrillarepublik.ning.com/

  • 2010

    Oct 3


    Glasgow, UK | 8:00pm

    Glasgow, UK
    Sun Oct 03, 2010 8:00pm

    Details

    Justice' tour in the UK with guest emcees Jehuniko from the US and Brent Lee Regan from the UK, and the legendary DJ Flako from Guatemala. This is the rawest, most brutally honest revolutionary Hip-Hop to explode onto the UK underground. If you want candy rap, or weak and wavering conscious Hip-Hop then this is not for you because t...his collective of internat...ional underground raptivists are nothing short of revolutionaries. If you're down with intelligent lyricism, raw truth and hard-hitting beats then this is a show you can't afford to miss. People are sleeping and this performance is going to make them wake up and smell the thermite. Capital-'X' Capital-"X" was born in Brooklyn, New York. His parents migrated to New York from Puerto Rico during the "Great Migration" in the 1950's after Puerto Rico's official status was changed to "Commonwealth". It was a time when discrimination was rampant in the United States and it was no different in New York. As stated by Lolita Lebrón, there were signs in restaurants which read "No dogs or Puerto Ricans allowed". Struggling to find his place throughout his life "X" spent nearly half of his life trapped within the web of the criminal justice system, a fate that is all to common for young Blacks and Latinos in America. No stranger to struggle it was no surprise that "X" took after his uncles who were imprisoned for their political practices within the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party fighting for Puerto Rico's Independence. While serving time in Leesburg State Prison in New Jersey Capital-"X" transformed himself into a prisoners rights activist. Inspired by his uncles and the likes of Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos, George L Jackson, Malcolm X and countless others "X" educated himself to stand up against the very system he felt set out to destroy him and countless others. A very strong opponent of capitol punishment Capital-"X" now spends most of his time traveling across the US as well as over seas speaking and performing to educate and enlighten the masses on what he considers to be the truth about a corrupt and unjust legal system that he compares to the slave trade of the past. Intertwining facts gathered by years of extensive study in criminology, penology, law, personal experience and the experiences of fellow captives with hip hop music "X" intoxicates audiences with what he calls Raptivism. Calling himself the Voice of the Voiceless a title borrowed from "perhaps the best known Death-Row prisoner in the world", political rights activist/award winning journalist Mumia Abu Jamal, Capital-"X" claims to be the spokesman for over 2.5 million captives held in US prisons. He is a core member of The Anti-Injustice Movement and a member of Guerrilla Republik. http://www.reverbnation.com/capitalxaka305375 http://capital-x.blogspot.com/ www.capital-x.com www.305375.com www.myspace.com/capitalxaka305375 Jehuniko Jehuniko is an original, bluesy hip hop artist with lyrics in English and Spanish. He shares words involving his personal experiences and struggles in life. He is currently based in Houston, Texas. Jehuniko has also performed alongside Kemo the Blaxican and opened up for Mack 10, HR of Bad Brains, Lupe Fiasco, De La Sol, KRS One, Raekwon, the Coup and many others. He is a part of a hip hop trio called Almas Intocables along with Ikustion (LA) and Kiawitl (Houston) that rocks rhymes in English/Spanish. http://www.reverbnation.com/theaimraptivistcollective#/jehuniko Brent Lee Regan Brent Lee Regan (born 17th of May 1979 in Swindon, UK) is an alternative hip hop artist from the UK whose lyrical delivery and content is as varied as his musical style. Honest and inquisitive; cynical yet hopeful, Brent Lee Regan’s lyrics often unapologetically address the power struggles and paradigm shifts in the shady world of politics, religion and the human condition. As well as writing and producing all of his own material, Brent has also worked with many other producers, lyricists and bands both local and international. After being frontman & vocalist for 12 years in Ska-Rap-Metal band - The Prhyme, he recently split from the group to pursue his solo career and has released a solo album entitled “Apis Mellifera” which was put out on his own label “False Flag” in August 2009. He is also a member of The Anti-Injustice Movement and Guerrilla Republik. http://brentleeregan.blogspot.com/ http://truthmusicdirectory.blogspot.com/ http://www.antiinjusticemovement.com/page_1274410196132.html http://www.myspace.com/brentleeregan http://www.reverbnation.com/brentleeregan DJ Flako is a top DJ from Latin America and he has travelled all the way from Guatemala to introduce the UK to the illest Latin American beats. http://www.myspace.com/djflako214 The Anti-Injustice Movement (aka The AIM) "The true revolutionary is guided by feelings of love." (Che Guevara) The Anti-Injustice Movement (aka The AIM) is a global movement of activists, political emcees and protest poets who are fighting together to achieve the slow but steady destruction of global injustice. We struggle via non-violent and creative means against injustices perpetrated by corrupt governments, political and fundamentalist factions of organized religion, and corporate vampires. To do this we utilize the five elements of hip-hop (knowlege being the fifth), protest poetry, and grassroots campaigning as a means of awarenes raising and political revolt. http://www.antiinjusticemovement.com/ http://guerrillarepublik.ning.com

  • 2010

    Mar 31


    overlandpark, KS, US | 10:00pm

    overlandpark, KS, US
    Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:00pm

    Details

    join us tonight for musical guest Brent lee Regan www.blogtalkradio.com/ghostsoftherepublic

  • 2009

    Oct 23


    Peterborough, UK | 8:00pm

    Peterborough, UK
    Fri Oct 23, 2009 8:00pm

    Details

    Brent Lee Regan with side project The Prhyme.. supporting The Skints & Sonic Boom Six

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  • Jefell (Artist) Jefell
    You were meant to do what you do... Keep doin it big! Im blessed to be a fan! Stay bright!!
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    great track!!good flow and nice lyrics production!!!keep that shit up !!keep me informed of future works. and when u get chance pop past our page for a listen.big upz
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    Awesome Songs! check me out!
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    Great tunes you have Like this style.Keep creative.
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    each on teach one....keep movin...check out the track listing and fane me up.....peace and respect
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    is kickin in your back door......
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