|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Strappado Styles EP||10||Audio||2004|
|2||Trust||6||Audio||2005||Dial Up Records|
|3||What Shall Be||6||Audio||2006||Ruztik|
|4||Night And Day||3||Audio||Dial Up Records|
|5||The Houdini Footprints Of Some People Never Go Crazy||10||Audio||2010||Skreemer Records|
|6||Some People Never Go Crazy||7||Audio||2011-09-05||Skreemer Records|
|7||Blixtape||23||Audio||Not On Label|
|8||Sour Grapes||3||Audio||2011||Skreemer Records|
|9||Some People Never Go Crazy||7||Audio||Skreemer Records|
Born in Bradford, Raised in Manchester, now residing in Cardiff, Blaktrix is a Hip-Hop artist who has released several E.P's and an LP titled 'Some People Never Go Crazy.'
‘Some People Never Go Crazy’ is the kind of statement typical of the Associated Minds camp, with Cardiff’s Blaktrix possessing the so...rt of 40-a-day flow using mental illness as a superpower. A seven track album, full of namedropped footballers and mic control made easy, is simply beats and rhymes to the fore. BT rails against timecard punchers, but generally comes over as constructive over destructive, allowing himself one trip to the gallows on a very capable plugger of gaps in your playlist. "
'A confident and natural talent, Blaktrix deserves the bigger audiences that are no doubt coming his way.'
'Blaktrix is a name fast becoming synonymous with the new wave of UK talent erasing the notion that hip-hop is dead.'
Featuring Rider Shafique, First Aid, Ming aka Sun of Ra, Fracas, and Ralph Rip Shit. Artwork by Rmer.