A little menacing number from the Brothers McBane, which appeared out of the blue yesterday and sees Chester taking just two minutes to remind us why he is one of the nicest lyricists to come out of this country. Both him and Farma seem to have acquired a new lease of life recently, with the promise of a ton of new music scheduled for next year, both individually and as Task Force. Fuck Them! can be stream below. Read the rest of this entry »

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Nice bit of throwback rap from Raw Poetic and Damu the Fudgemunk, as they unleash another video from their latest collaboration, The Reflective Sea. The album marks another success for the Redefinition Records label and takes its deserved place among the abundance of solid releases that have emerged throughout the year. My Grown Up Rap family just posted a really insightful video with Raw Poetic & Damu, which you can find here. The album is out now on all digital platforms, with vinyl coming at the start of next year.

A quick hop across the Atlantic now to catch up with the latest from SHREDDERS, as they continue riding the wave of their recent album release, with a brand new video for Entertainment. The Doomtree quartet seem to have had a lot of fun making this project, which arrives in between their full crew albums. For those unfamiliar with the setup, SHREDDERS is comprised of P.O.S, Sims, Lazerbeak and Paper Tiger. The album – Dangerous Jumps – is out now on Doomtree Records.

Following on from last month’s drop, Obadiah is back with another video. Drowning Demons is lifted from his forthcoming album, Baptism Beneath Monsoon and features Mish and Gaddzilla. The track was produced by DML and the video was shot by Parallel Media. More news on the album soon.

You may remember me covering some music from London MC, C.A.M, a while back. He is now back with his full debut release, First Move and it displays more of the confident wordplay and thoughtful lyricism that were prevalent in the lead single, Cold Soul.
Production for the most part comes from Wickstarr, with Chro bringing his knowledge to a couple of joints. C.A.M handles all the bars himself, but there is a nice feature from CW Jones, on the EP’s closing track. You can stream First Move below and you can purchase a copy via C.A.M’s Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »

It was only the other day that I posted the new mixtape from Ray Vendetta, with a portent that he and Giallo Point had an album on the way. Now I am able to bring you the first track from the album, Laugh Loud Laugh Last.
If this is setting the standard, then Sins of the Son looks set to be another success for the two artists, who have accrued a lot of much deserved acclaim this year already. You can stream the track below, with pre-orders available over on Bandcamp. The release date is scheduled for 20 December. Read the rest of this entry »

Not content with already putting out an album this year, Big Toast is paving the way for his next full length project. This time he is reuniting with fellow Gatecrasherz member, Jack Diggs, and Rude is our first taster from the album. No more info on the album yet, except that it will be called Call It On. Stay tuned.

I love Levelz. Everything the Manchester collective does seems to be founded on the basis that they have a shit load of fun in the process and this latest joint is no exception. Front Face was filmed during the madness of Outlook Festival and features bars from Skittles, T-Man, Truthos Mufasa, Chunky, Chimpo and Black Josh, with Biome and Metrodome on production. The track is also available as a free download, which you can grab via Bandcamp. The video was made by Tarnish Vision.

New lyric video from Blu & Exile, lifted from their recent album of insights into their past, In The Beginning: Before The Heavens. The album is a selection of songs that were made back in 2007, when they duo were making Below The Heavens. Sold The Soul focuses on the age old quest by artists to maintain creative control while striving for some mainstream success. The animated video was made by Unjust.

Another day, another new Lee Scott video for your visual delight. This time it’s Beast Master Swegthousand, which features a sweet little appearance from Nah Eeto and contains great lines like “Bitch, I’ll tip the whiskey bottle like I’m lifting Simba”. It’s taken from Lee’s recent SUPERGOD5000PLUS EP which is peppered with gems like that throughout and features full production from DEW8. You can buy the EP here.