KILLA KELA: You’ve been able to meet and work with a lot of your heroes, what was that like?
SEROCEE: People say don’t meet your heroes but I’m so happy I don’t have none of those stories. It’s a beautiful thing working with people like General Levy and Mr. Williams. The scene is still small enough for that to happen you know. You may live in New York and never meet Jay-Z, the UK isn’t like that. I just can’t stop saying how happy I am and how humbled I am to meet these people that I’ve grown up on their music and have the opportunity to impress them.
Todays Podcast we are stepping into the world of sound systems, MC versatility, raggae & Hip Hop internationally, with collaborator and artist Serocee. On the eve of one of his biggest adventures yet – Cycling for charity across England & Scotland, we get into spotlighting Serocee the artist, the thinker, the culturalist. We get into his work alongside Basement Jaxx, Roots Manuva, Toddla T, Seanie T, Roska, The Grime & Dubstep world, not to mention (again) his current cycle across the United Kingdom! This is Serocee’s Podcast!