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Code Of The Streets 8th Anniversary on 7th April


Celebrating 8 years of consistent entertainment, Code of the Streets has become an established night, which has created loyal followers throughout Bristol.

The original concept was for a mixtape, from that it grew into a radio and then into a club night With it’s own brand of entertainment that appeals to people from all walks of life, it is now amongst one of Bristol’s longest running nights.

Code of the Streets has not had to rely on over hype promotions, as the night sells it’s self, it appeals to the purest, plus filling the void of quality nights. It’s success is testament to their 8 year residency at Cosies, which attracts celebrities and those from music fraternity from far and near.

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Good value for money in a friendly environment and intimate venue, early arrival recommended. To mark this occasion we will be having a free buffet, cd and giveaway, join us on our anniversary where crowd favourite DJ STYLE & DJ FAGAN (Ujima Radio/B.I.G Productions) will be gracing the turntable with RnB Hip Hop, Old Skool, Dancehall & Funky.

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Triggadon is an Un-Signed artist from Bristol, UK. He is also a contributing member of Hip Hop heavyweight group ‘Da Label MTG’ and founding member of WiseGuy Entertainment. The first single off the mixtape The King of the Castle was ‘Making Headlines’ (produced by Ninth Letta and video Directed by Baby J), became an instant hit on Channel AKA. Triggadon has since released his commercial hit ‘We Go Hard’ which featured on the 100% Home-Grown show on BBC1Xtra supported by the subsequent 1Xtra Pod-cast. 1st April 2012 will see the release of his Debut album ‘Work Like a Slave, Live Like a King’, with his first official song ‘So Sky’ Featuring Dre Pound & Pine hitting the nation in May.


Harts is a 17 year old rhyme-slinger from Bristol. He has been writing and recording music for only 2 years but has a great talent and growth in such a small time frame. Originally drawn to the grime genre which most kids his age were getting into Harts has drifted more so to Rap of recent. He has a fan-base in the southwest city that he keeps serviced with his many freestyles, viral videos and radio appearances.



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