Shystie On The Set Of ‘Dubplate Drama 3’

Footage of Shystie on set filming for ‘Dubplate Drama 3’ while being interviewed by Chantel Fiddy has been posted at the British artist’s YouTube channel, though the sound level makes it tough to hear what she had to say.

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Shystie Predicts A Big 2009

Shystie checked in with fans on her blog at MySpace (@shystie) on Tuesday (January 13). The British rapper tells readers:

It’s gonna be a big year, new music is slowly leaking out there, ‘The New Style’ video should be on TV any day now management say, so look out for that and also I’ll be shooting the new video for my song ‘PULL IT’ at the end of this month, so you will be seeing my face bk on TV and music back in your ear drums. . Holllllla xx

Shystie Wishes Fans A Merry Christmas And Dope New Year

Shystie checked in with fans on her blog at MySpace on Tuesday (December 23). The British rapper and actress tells readers:

I’d like to thank everyone who has been supporting me from day one, and people that are only just now finding out about me. I really appreciate it and pray that next year I can be a stronger artist that everyone can continue to help push fwd.

Oh yeah, It’s mi birthday on Christmas day (”,) so im looking forward it and will be having lots of fun (Thank you all for the Birthday Wishes so far and in Advance).

I wish u all a MERRY CHRISTMAS AN A DOPE NEW YEAR. I hope you all get what you want and if you dont, just appreciate what u have and if you can’t be good, please be safe over the holidays..

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Shystie ‘New Style’ Video

Shystie 'New Style' music video
Shystie is out with the video for her forthcoming single ‘New Style’, produced by DJ Deekline and Ed Solo, released in the UK in January. The track is the first release off the London rapper/actress’ upcoming sophomore album on Rat Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

Shystie Chats With Radio 4

Aged 21, Shystie is the poster-girl for ‘grime’ (a new trend of music) and has been hailed as the hottest new sound on Britain’s music scene. She is one of Britain’s fastest lyricists and is able to deliver lyrics at the speed of 12.5 syllables a second. MC Shystie inspires adoration and fear in equal measure in her audiences. She talked to Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour host Jenni about her uncompromising music, her childhood in Hackney, and her new-found fame. Listen to the interview at