GOOD MANUVA!

The two team up on the Crew's new single...

GOOD MANUVA!
SAIAN SUPA CREW, the widely tipped French hip-hop act, have collaborated with ROOTS MANUVA on 'HEY YO MY MAN', their forthcoming single.

The track is the second of a double A side (the other being 'Angela') that the six man collective will release on December 11 through Source.

Meanwhile, Saian Supa Crew, who have sold over 400,000 copies of current album 'KLR' in their native France, last week joined English hip-hop heavyweights Mark B and Blade in the studio to re-record a version of the latter's 'The Unknown'.

Saian Supa Crew are set to re-record the first and last verse in French while Blades middle verse will remain the same, as will the music. Sly the Mic Buddah and Leeroy Kesiah, Saian Supa Crews vocal percussionists will add new vocal effects.

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joined the acts during the recording and will bring exclusive video footage and interviews in the coming week.

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