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A$AP Mob Set To Clash BBK – 5 Other Clashes We Want To Happen

It has been announced that A$AP Mob are set to battle Boy Better Know. Read about it here, also check out our 5 crew clashes that we would love to see happen.

Source: Promo

Red Bull Music academy have released the names, venue and date for the fourth return of their amazing live event the Red Bull Culture Clash. October 30 is the date and West London’s Earls Court has been chosen as the location, with an expected 20,000 strong crowd all hoping to see the biggest and best names in bass and music tear up the four stages with four different sounds all in the fight for one winner. This innovative live music concept has seen some historic nights already during the last three performances and this year we will expect no less. Red Bull Music Academy has called in some of the biggest names in music for the 2014 Red Bull Culture Clash names such as Harlem hit squad A$AP Mob, grime legends Boy Better Know, stars of the reggae scene Stone Love and a one off collective known as ‘Rebel Sound’, a group made up of dub legends Chase & Status, Shy FX and World Clash champion David Rodigan. These four collectives will go head to head on four stages in a competition to win the crowd and own the night by any means necessary. The Red Bull Culture Clash will be hosted by DJ Annie Mac (who herself had a crew back in the 2012 clash) and comedian, actor and rapper Doc Brown.

Because of the announcement of this epic clash we have put together some crew battles which we (and we’re sure you) would love to see. Check them out and let us know who you would like to see and who you think would win. We have put together battles which pit the new, the old, the west coast, the east coast and the wealthy against each other!

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