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Been a year in the making, but now Ohio's Copywrite gets set to release one of the biggest international albums of the year, God Save The King on 30th April 2012. The Columbus based MC first came to prominence as part of the group Megahertz. His work with producers RJD2, J-Dilla, Cool & Dre, Illmind and collaborations with artists such as Royce da 5 9, Killah Priest, Sean Price, and Dilated Peoples soon established his position on the international hip hop scene through a series of releases including The High Exhaulted, Ultrasound and The Life and Times of Peter Nelson. Earning a reputation as a battle - hardened MC with punchlines for days, and having just picked up "Best Lyricist" at the Ohio Hip Hop Awards 2011, Copywrite has created an exceptional album. The title is part inspired by the features on this record with some of the best that the UK and US have to offer, and follows previous collaborations with the UK's Rhyme Asylum, Loudmouth Melvin, Skillit and Sam Khan. The release includes contributions from some of the most respected MC's in the UK game, including recently Radio 1 playlisted Context, Mystro, Genesis Elijah, Iron Braydz, Melanin 9, Eurogang's S.A.S. and Bigz Flygerian, Akala, and USG's Don Jaga. Standing shoulder to shoulder with them are US heavyweights Royce da 5 9, Killah Priest, Illogic, Crooked I, Sean Price, Casual, Evidence, Roc Marciano and Sonny Seeza (Onyx). Also look out for a special guest appearance by the 1st Lady of Hip Hop, DJ Sarah Love. Copywrite is on top of his game throughout with his unique flow and rhyme skills, complimented by production from Kount Fif, Stu Bangas, Jaguar Skills, Marco Polo, RJD2, Bronze Nazareth, Surock and Illogic. This is an album for fans of the real deal - lyricists and MC's of the highest calibre spittin' fire over bangin' beats. Copywrite reinforces his position as one of the most skilled wordsmiths around today while producing a record which showcases the true essence of hip hop from both sides of the Atlantic. First out the block is the title track G$K, produced by Stu Bangas and featuring Jason Rose and Lewisham's Dru Blu, currently making huge moves on the UK scene right now with his new single "Living the Dream". The video was shot in the United States and in London, the latter courtesy of Dirty Media and Despa of Stay Fresh Digital. Stu Bangas also produced last year's "English Troops" with Dru Blu and English Frank. Both Copywrite & Dru Blu go in hard on this joint with some choice cutting provided courtesy of DJ Drastik. The album God Save The King releases in the UK on 30th April 2012 on Man Bites Dog Records, also home to Megahertz, Vast Aire, Kount Fif, Dub Sonata and more. Look out for much more news on this release over the coming months including plans for a future UK & European tour later in the year. Further information available at www.copywritesworld.com On twitter @Copywrite @Stu_Bangas @JasonGracedUS @DonDruBlu @ManBitesDogRecs URBANELITE PROMOTIONS @urbanelitepr