Roll over N Dubz…because Myth Of Unity are here and smashing it with their recent release, HOMETOWN!
Gritty street style rap mixed with sweet harmonious vocals are placed over a kicking beat which is bringing fire to the ears of music lovers from across the world. Embracing a fresh, uplifting urban style, this trio from Blackpool have not only pricked the ears up of local scouts but also tastemakers globally. ‘Hometown’ brings us all back to earth as it encourages and empowers the listener to be proud of their roots and areas that we grew up in. This all started when a YouTube blogger announced that the group wasn’t from Blackpool, which fired the trio up to work on setting the record straight; by writing and recording ‘Hometown’.
Missy B kills it with her huge vocal hooks melding cleverly with the flowing gritty wordplay from rapper Trix. This is all brought together with state of the art production from DJ Cali. Seriously, the groups’ original music and unique style has created positive reactions through radio play and in clubs around the world, and there is so much more to come. The trio have already built up a massive and loyal fanbase while recording eclectic covers of popular tunes and getting them out there on Youtube. Now watch them get higher and build an empire as they start writing and recording their own original material.Inspired when they were younger by the likes of 2pac, So Solid Crew, Gwen Stefani, The Fugees and Michael Jackson, Myth Of Unity now find themselves supporting Dappy, Little Mix, Labrinth, Rizzle Kicks and Wretch 32, live on tours and at festivals. These guys are defo bringing heat to stages globally.
Inspired when they were younger by the likes of 2pac, So Solid Crew, Gwen Stefani, The Fugees and Michael Jackson, ‘Myth Of Unity’ now find themselves supporting Dappy, Little Mix, Labrinth, Rizzle Kicks and Wretch 32, live on tours and at festivals. These guys are defo bringing heat to stages globally.
“We love traveling and performing, and it’s our aim to do much more of that in the future”,
is often heard from the group.
Even being thrust into the limelight recently playing with big named artists in France; Missy B, Trix and Cali still cite their best live gig as one in their ‘Hometown’, Blackpool. They have even had their video hosted on BG Media, an upcoming platform on YouTube to showcase grime and rap artists from Blackpool and the surrounding area.
‘Hometown’ has been mastered at Abbey Road and just goes to prove the ability of the group to write strong original material as well as covering anthems from artists around the world.