No Chiefs represent acclaimed British cultural figures in entertainment and media. Our authors are authorities in music, digital, broadcast and live entertainment. No Chiefs secured a literary publishing deal with Thames & Hudson for the first ever book by DJ Semtex, one of the leading pioneers of Hip-Hop Culture in the U.K. Published in Autumn 2016, the large format reference book features world-class contributions from the most seminal photographers of the culture over the last 40 years.
Hip hop raised me by dj semtex
Hip Hop Raised Me' book launch was supported by a sophisticated, creative campaign promoted through a series of events in collaboration with the publishers Thames & Hudson. International editions have been published in US, Australia & New Zealand and translated editions in, French (Chronique), Italian (Rizolli).
DJ Target has a social media following of over 150,000 fans across Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. Spending his time between his prolific radio presence on BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra, running his own record label and DJing around the world, DJ Target has solidified his reputation as a formidable talent.
Very few prominent figures can lay claim to being one of the pioneers of a ground breaking music genre or hold a cultural relevance across two decades. The London-raised DJ, first began his career spinning records at pirate station Rinse FM, while actively getting involved in the burgeoning UK Garage scene. With his crew Pay As U Go Cartel, he got a taste of chart success and soon after made the natural progression with long time friend Wiley, to join the Grime collective Roll Deep. As one of the figureheads of a movement eventually referred to as Grime - a group of East London kids brought about a music revolution that influenced British subculture and the world.