Backstage, Doodah were busy preparing for their homecoming concert. They were due on stage at eight o’clock, following the support act, the Rebel Robot MCs, who were on stage even as we speak. And here is one of the biggest problems I have had with the telling of this story.
I really, really, really love the Rebel Robot MCs. Or Dalton Akimbo, Burlington Turner and Pascoe Wellesley as they are known to their friends, family and uber-fans like me.
I love their raps and their rhymes. I adore their beats and their breaks. I truly believe that they can already take their place alongside real legends like Reddy Freddie and the Go Getters, L’il Little, DJ Soporific, the Rhyme and Reason Riddim Wranglers, and not forgetting Kaptin Kreu-Ton.
The Doodah support slot is a massive coup for the Rebel Robot MCs and ideally, I would be extolling you all with tales of how they are getting down and getting on with their latest breakiological beatapollooza.
Inspired by his passion for films and video games, Barnaby Taylor loves writing dystopian science fiction and horror. His most popular books are the four volumes of the VIRO series, available in paperback and electronic form. They can also be ordered at all good bookshops.
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