Will is technically virtuosic and has the perfect blend of expertise and magpie-like enthusiasm to ensure this will be an essential and radical contribution to writing about music.”
Ashon started out writing about hip hop in the mid-90s for publications including Hip Hop Connection, Trace and Muzik, as well as contributing to American titles like Vibe and Raygun. In this context, he wrote stories on major acts including not just the Wu-Tang Clan, but also A Tribe Called Quest, Gangstarr, De La Soul, Snoop Dog, Rakim, Chuck D, the Beastie Boys, and many others.
Will Ashon will be launching the book on 6th December at Printed Matter Bookshop, Hastings.
Book now available in store and online.