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Top Freestylers Albums
click on the album covers to see the lyrics inside the album
Rude Bwoy - EP
Rude Bwoy - EP
[2015]
You and What Army
You and What Army
[2013]
The Coming Storm (Bonus Track Version)
The Coming Storm (Bonus Track Version)
[2013]
Cracks - EP
Cracks - EP
[2010]
Electrified / Old Skool Fool
Electrified / Old Skool Fool
[2007]
A Different Story... Vol 1 (feat. Navigator, Million Dan, Bad Manner, Soul Sonic Force, Dynamite & Surreal)
A Different Story... Vol 1 (feat. Navigator, Million Dan, Bad Manner, Soul Sonic Force, Dynamite & Surreal)
[2007]
In Love With You
In Love With You
[2006]
Adventures In Freestyle
Adventures In Freestyle
[2006]
Raw As F**k
Raw As F**k
[2004]
Get a Life - EP
Get a Life - EP
[2004]
Push Up - EP
Push Up - EP
[2004]
Weekend Song - EP
Weekend Song - EP
[2002]
Now Is the Time - EP
Now Is the Time - EP
[2002]
Pressure Point
Pressure Point
[2001]
Get Down Massive (feat. Navigator) - EP
Get Down Massive (feat. Navigator) - EP
[2001]
Here We Go (feat. Definition of Sound) - EP
Here We Go (feat. Definition of Sound) - EP
[1999]
Warning(feat Navigator) (feat Navigator)
Warning(feat Navigator) (feat Navigator)
[1998]
We Rock Hard
We Rock Hard
[1998]
Ruffneck (feat. Navigator) - EP
Ruffneck (feat. Navigator) - EP
[1998]
Don't Stop EP
Don't Stop EP
[1997]
The Freestyle EP
The Freestyle EP
[1997]
Related Information for Freestylers United KingdomThe Freestylers formed in 1996 when DJs and dance music producers Matt Cantor, Aston Harvey and (initially) Andrew Galea joined forces. All three of them had been involved in the British dance music scene since the 1980s. Cantor had recorded as Cut n' Paste and Strike with Andy Gardner (Plump DJs). Aston Harvey recorded as Blapps! Posse best known for the 1990 breakbeat dance hit "Don't Hold Back" before working with Definition of Sound, Rebel MC and DJ R.. read more