THE GUESTLIST NETWORK | FEBRUARY 2011
We’ve come to the conclusion you are the love child of of Lightspeed Champion and Travie McCoy. How does this make you feel...? It makes me feel hurt and appalled that you’d insult me so early on in the interview! I’ve always believed I’m the love child of Beres Hammond and Mark ‘E’ Everett. To be honest though, I was getting the Lightspeed Champion comparison a lot at one point. I went to see him play a Haiti charity gig with Jack Penate a while ago at The Old Blue Last. While he was upstairs performing, a dude came up to me at the bar downstairs and bought me a drink, saying he was a big fan of me, ‘Dev Hynes’...al
e fail. The Travie McCoy comparison’s only been made once. I went on a date with one of his ex-groupies once actually, so maybe twice.
We’ve also heard you’ve been compared to Mike Skinner (Lyrically), How would you describe your musical style? I try not to describe my musical style. It would only lead to arguments with people that described it differently.
What UK artists are doing it big for you right now, who
As well as being a good rapper, Mikill Pane obviously has a great sense of humour judging by his myspace and twitter pages. We had a good laugh with the 26 year old when we sat down and caught up with him for a chat.
should we look out for? My DJ and producer Will Power, a band I manage called Mademoiselle Mademoiselle, Bill Posters and Enbee.
Do you have a motto? ‘Never have a motto’.
On your website you describe yourself ‘as the rightful owner of all titles including Best Rapper Alive (sorry Jay-Z, I’m a huge fan but somebody obviously lied to you). You’re clearly and opinionated person. Do you feel it comes across in your lyrics? I think so, yeah. I give my view on things lyrically so I guess it’s inevitable that my opinion will be obvious.
In your video ‘The return of Mr Pane’ you keep it real and really stick to your London/ Shoreditch roots, was the concept your idea? It was a concept dreamed up by the director Joe Miller, but I had my fair share of input when it came to certain scenes.
Can you give us an exclusive? Anyone reading this should go to http://soundcloud.com/mikillpane
as soon as possible. I’ll upload a
Fave Drink of Choice. Guinness at the moment.
Current Obesssion? Black pornography.
Wierdest place you’ve woken up? In a good mood.
Has a rumour ever been spread about you? Yeah: that I’m the love child of Lightspeed Champion and Travie McCoy.
If you were invisible what would you get up to? The normal activities: I’d visit various female changing rooms and bank vaults, then I’d visit the Welcome Trust and see if someone could tell me why the f*** I was invisible.
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What’s next for you this year? Food shopping.
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