HAHAHAHAH LOOK HOW IRRATE AND MAD YOU ARE HAHAHAHAHHAHA
anyone that knows about uk music knows S.A.S HAD THE FIRST MIXTAPE
ask any UK artist why they callabo with S.A.S and they'll tell you why
SKEPTA said when he was in NEW YORK only name ringing of was S.A.S
so you say you don't know who was the first uk mixtape, but some how you know it wasn't S.A.S??? THAT MAKES NO SENSE
SO YEAH IM DONE HERE YOU GUYS HAVE ALOT OF HATE IN YOUR BLOOD, HAHAHAHAHAHA AND ITS SHOWING
Look, you realise mixtapes aren't new, right? You realise that mixtapes have existed for decades.
"In hip hop's earliest days, the music only existed in live form, and the music was spread via tapes of parties and shows. Hip hop mixtapes first appeared in the mid-1970s in New York City, featuring artists such as Kool Herc and Afrika Bambaata. As more tapes became available, they began to be collected and traded by fans. In the mid-1980s, DJs, such as Brucie B, began recording their live music and selling their own mixtapes, which was soon followed by other DJs such as Kid Capri and Doo Wop. Ron G moved the mixtape forward in the early 1990s by blending R&B a cappellas with hip hop beats (known as "blends"). Blend tapes became increasingly popular by the mid-1990s, and fans increasingly looked for exclusive tracks and freestyles on the tapes. In the hip hop scene, mix tape is often displayed as a single term mixtape."
I'm not sure how clearly I can lay it out. British rappers have been putting mixtapes about since at least the 80's.
You sound like you don't actually know what a mixtape is. What do you think a mixtape is?