Grime artist Skepta continues to blaze the music scene as the North London emcee has shared a new track dubbed ‘Hypocrisy’. Jumping back in the producer’s seat for this one, Skepta addresses a few haters on his list and remind them of a few of his accomplishments including winning Songwriter Of The Year at the Ivor Novello awards. He definitely has a lot that he can fling at all of the past doubters. Below is a stream of ‘Hypocrisy’. Have a listen. Read more […]
If there is any producer in the grime scene who has been consistent at releasing not only hits beyond hits, but dropping tracks that literally gets spun years after they have landed, East London’s Rude Kid would be gunning for the top spot. Having blazed radio and sets with Ghetts yet again for their tune ‘Banger After Banger’, Rude Kid has now unveiled his latest EP ‘Monsters’. Comprise of six tracks including ‘Joe Bloggs’, fans can also find the ‘Banger After Banger’ instrumental in there as well. We’re sure a lot of emcees will be happy!
South London rapper Eazyman drops the video for his track ‘Man Like This’, which finds the Croydon artist in boss mode. Directed by Kai Olusanya, Eazyman finds himself sipping on champagne in some clips whilst surrounding himself by gorgeous women in a club in other scenes. In a nutshell, he’s practically portraying every guy’s dream life. The track itself is currently out now via Go Getter Music. Have a look. Read more […]
Mark Hill and Pete Devereux were at the forefront of the UK garage scene as Artful Dodger. Their 2000 LP ‘It’s All About the Stragglers’ featured the Platinum selling single ‘Re-Rewind (The Crowd Say Bo Selecta)’ featuring Craig David, as well as ‘Movin’ Too Fast’ featuring Romina Johnson.
Sheffield’s Coco comes together with Londoner Scrufizzer for the Toddla T-produced track ‘Ingredients’. Grime lovers might have heard DJ Spyro playing the song on his Rinse FM show. Powered by high-running drums and a heavy-hitting bass line, the two emcees display quick and skippy flows for one hype cut. ‘Ingredients’ is out on Toddla T’s STEEZE imprint. Check it out. Read more […]
Ghetts and Rude Kid are definitely a winning combination. Having recently unveiled their fire hot grime track ‘Banger After Banger’, the East London pair now bring forth the official video for the single. With a huge crew surrounding a fire pit, everyone gets overly hype as Ghetts goes in with the bars. The word energy has always been synonymous with Ghetts and of course this is no exception. Have a look. Read more […]
There is no denying that producer Rude Kid and grime vet Ghetts are the perfect combination. Ghetts is considered one of the best lyricist in the grime scene (literally for years now) and Rude Kid has been one of the top tier producers, as his alien sound grew to become some of the biggest grime riddims ever. Having previously released their ‘653’ EP at the end of 2015, Ghetts and Rude Kid have come together again for another monster of track titled ‘Banger After Banger’. The title pretty much says it all, but if you want our opinion, then…yep it’s definitely a grime smasher. Here is a preview of the track via BBC Radio 1. Have a listen.
Having recently wrote a piece on the cultural relevance of Black barbers in London for the Voice Newspaper, Peckham’s own Conrad Kira has also recorded and produced a track entitled ‘Shape Up and a Fade’. Commissioned for CUT Festival: The Art of Barbering, the song is an anthem for all of those who make their weekly or bi-weekly trip to their local barber’s to get that immaculate trim. Conrad Kira has also shared the video for ‘Shape Up and a Fade’, which features the emcee trekking to Blush Read more […]
Indeed Skepta has a lot to be dancing about but you can literally catch him busting a few moves in his latest video ‘No Security’. Of course many may remember the song from last year but in terms of the visuals, the North London emcee is dancing in water as well as on a table among a bunch of old chaps having dinner. I suppose if you were a Mercury Prize winner then you would be prancing about as well. Have a look. Read more […]
South London’s Big Narstie gives a window into his youth with his video ‘They Don’t Know’ featuring Xaviour. Depicting an uphill struggle growing up with little money, a young Narstie eventually follows his dream of music, propelling him to where he is today. Check it out. Read more […]