The UK's dismal Garage scene is about to undergo a serious transformation. Nip and tucking away a dreary cloud suffused with a past of violence, ( remember the drama with the So Solid crew?), and an unfair misrepresentation by way of the media, the once favoured music genre has slowly been drifting into the land of no return, that was until refuge was found in the form of Majestic.
Evolving from a 15 year old boy admiring the Garage scene into a master of his craft as an MC, Majestic has come a long way from the days he spent perfecting his skills on the countless appearances he made on some London's popular pirate radio stations, notably UKG, garnering attention from and collaborating with garage connoisseurs such as DJ EZ ,Sticky, Matt Jam Lamont and Logan Sama.
Following on from a successful collaboration with The Wide Boys which led to them engineering a Garage classic compilation album, placing them at number three in the national compilation charts, gained Majestic even more exposure. None however that will compare to the level of exposure his new single 'In the V.I.P' will accumulate. Teaming up with the boys again, his new single has a sound that is reminiscent of the good 'ol days' when garage music was as its peak, with an infectious beat and flow that would make you want to jump in the middle skank, the club banger has even been championed by the likes of Ras Kwame and Mista Jam.
Majestic is definitely set to reignite the Garage flame and rekindle the love we all had for the genre, so do not be surprised if you find yourself Rolex sweeping in the V.I.P
'In The V.I.P' is due to be released on 5th October 2009 via Biglife Records