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Soundkillating vol1
Then Till Now vol1
Take it off
She Just Wants a Man
Lonely/Farmer Joe
SoundKillaz - Give'Em Somethin' -Ghop Vol 5
SoundKillaz - Lock Dem Up
SoundKillaz - Let'Em Know – Then Till Now - SK
SoundKillaz – Chop Dat - Gov Som Vol 1
SoundKillaz - Take It – Take It! - SK
SoundKillaz - The Work - Ghop Vol 4
SoundKillaz - Ride on - Ghop Vol 6
SoundKillaz - Take It Off - Dented
SoundKillaz- How U Like Me Now - Dented
Lotek Hifi - Gosh! Mix No.1 - Big Dada
Lotek Hifi - Gosh! Mix No.4 - Big Dada
Lotek Hifi - Gosh! Mix No.5 - Big Dada
Lotek Hifi - Gosh! Mix No.7 - Big Dada
Foriegn Beggars - Flowin' - Asylum Speakers - Dented
Foriegn Beggars - Music We A Mek - Bukkake Ski Trip -Dented
Mykal Rose - Dance with Me
Jack Radics - She Just Wants.. – JA Rydaz - SK
Jack Radics - Wise and Dumb
SoundKillaz - Always Deliver – Then Till Now - SK
SoundKillaz – Lightning – Straight Koncious - SK
SoundKillaz – Ganja – Straight Koncious - SK
SoundKillaz - We Love This – Take It! - SK
SoundKillaz - Hustlers Anthem - SK
SoundKillaz- We Dont Give A **** - Take It!
Governo Sombra- Link Up – JA Rydaz - SK
Backyard – Sound Faculty - SK
Lonely – JA Rydaz – SK
Farmer Joe – JA Rydaz - SK
Thuggy Love – JA Rydaz - SK
The Moon @ Nite – Then Till Now – SK
Take Her Round Back – Then Till Now - SK



SK (soundkillaz)
Far from the concrete tower blocks of South London, their new inspiration is the airy Stony Hill district above Kingston and a compact studio they've established close to home...
For their whole lives, home has either been Jamaica or London, as children following the family, and now, for musical reasons. Sons of veteran Jamaican singer/songwriter Jack Radics, the brothers are very much a product of their musical background, ranging from the melodic reggae of their father to their roots in London's hip hop scene - which itself has strong roots in the sound of London's Jamaican community.
But it wasn't always music - after all, not everyone directly follows their father - with Matthew trying to make a career in acting, getting as far as appearing on BBC television while Jordan excelled at basketball, representing England at under-16 level.
Soon, later in their teens, music began to take over.
Jordan quickly became a precocious young MC and an integral member of hip hop groups Lotek HiFi (then signed to the groundbreaking Big Dada label) and respected live act Focused Few. Just as his MC'ing talent belied his age, Jordan quickly took to instruments and beat making. Naturally his thoughts soon turned to setting up his own studio.
Meanwhile Matthew had been back in Jamaica working with their father's Sound Faculty label, writing songs, singing back up vocals and recording his own solo release, 'Backyard'. Now with his brother breaking into the London scene and his father in Germany having signed to EMI. The reunited brothers formed a new group, SK, with fellow MC Metropolis in 2003.
Scraping and saving the brothers had by 2005 bought enough equipment to build their own studio and began working with other artistes, establishing a strong underground following on south London pirate radio. That said, they decided once again, and why not, to pack up everything and relocate to Jamaica in 2006.
From their new base they've worked with a range of artists from the Governo Sombra organisation in Portugal to platinum selling singer Gentleman and behind the scenes at different levels of production, stage shows and even music videos with Ras Tingle and TD Films.

Right know it's the SK, SoundKillaz, and their new album 'JA Rydaz', which listening to you'll find a reflection of their background, hip hop tracks with a Jamaican accent... the first of several planned releases on their own label SK Productions