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Get ready for Charlie Sloth’s debut compilation, Hood Heat Vol. 1

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Get ready for Charlie Sloth’s debut compilation, Hood Heat Vol. 1

Sick of that one friend who keeps putting the lamest songs at parties? Worried that no one is going to dance to your Backstreet Boys megamix apart from your lame friend? Are you that lame friend that ruins parties with terrible music?

Well, if you're looking for some fire in the booth at your next soiree, then we have just the thing for you.

Britain's biggest and best hip hop and grime DJ, Charlie Sloth has announced that he is releasing his first compilation, Hood Heat Vol. 1 and its loaded with, as they say in the business, bangers.

The compilation that the 27-year-old is putting together features a mixture of UK and US artists, such as Future and André 3000’s ‘Benz Friendz’, Drake’s ‘0-100 The Catch Up’ and ‘Cry’ by Rick Ross featuring Lil Wayne, grime behemoth ‘That’s Not Me’ by Skepta  (ft, JME), the Ghetts and Giggs collaboration on ‘Gas Mark 9’ and ‘German Whip’ by Meridian Dan, who we recently interviewed (and can read here.)



Scheduled to drop on 24th November 2014, The People's Prince has set about to create something special by gathering all the biggest tracks in the urban scene and putting them into one record.

The release will also mark Sloth's one year anniversary of his Saturday Night Rap show and is just another string to add to the bow of the 'Best Looking Fat Guy On The Planet'.

As Charlie is known for bigging up the freshest music, there will also be four brand new tracks, including a track featuring the man himself. One of which you can hear below:



You can also catch Sloth spin some magic at the remainder of his live dates which are:

Thursday 16th October – The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
Friday 17th October – Ladybird, Cardiff
Saturday 18th October – Infinity, Suffolk
Thursday 23rd October – Thompsons Garage, Belfast
Thursday 30th October – Buddha Lounge, Southampton
Friday 31st October – Outbreak Festival, Coventry
Friday 31st October – Wonderworld, Milton Keynes
Friday 7th November – Mantra, Windsor
Friday 14th November – Butlins ‘Naughty Reunion’, Skegness

Charlie is also part of BBC Radio 1Xtra Live in Birmingham, 15th November. It will be simulcast live on BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra, and available to watch on the Red Button and 1Xtra website.

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