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Classic FreeS.T.Y.L.E: outakes Da Collective part 2.

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Published on Feb 22, 2011

Classic FreeS.T.Y.L.E. outtakes: Da Collective Part 3.
FREES.T.Y.L.E = Successful Talented Young Lyrical Engineers.
The original 'Da Collective' consisted of:
• Lyrical Healer
• FLOetic Lara
• Don Da Mic
• Serenity
FREES.T.Y.L.E was a historic event that took place in Brixton Art Gallery, in the embryotic days of the UK Black spoken word scene. FREES.T.Y.L.E opened the door to improvised verses and songs on the spot with no planned rehearsal, which sparked the phenomenon across London. Four powerhouse women united to present FREES.T.Y.L.E, a night of versatile, classic artistry and became one of the few pioneers of the poetic movement.

Since 2003 there have been events like 'Inspire' hosted by Lyrical Healer & FLOetic Lara, which recaptured the heart of many artists and the community of South London. If you look closely at the window you will see condensation, this was the result of a road block sold-out event, with some audience spilling out onto the streets. Some of the general public could not even get in. This was a truly magical event and for those of you who were not around to experience FREES.T.Y.L.E live, this is our gift to you.

FREES.T.Y.L.E - Hosted by Amen Noir, filmed by MOT & interviews by Lovelace.

Special artists on the night:
• El Crisis
• David J
• Sareal
• Mr Gee

The above have all gone on to launch successful careers.
FREES.T.Y.L.E was use as a platform for established and up and coming artists. More footage to come soon and remember to keep it locked into the realest UK talent. We got the vintage lyrics right here so look no further.

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