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New video for P.O.T.D., which is lifted from Sleazy F’s debut Blah release, All Blahk Tracksuit. The production comes courtesy of Baileys Brown.

Been waiting a while to hear this gem – the debut EP from Bristol-based singer, Ngaio. Sublime neosoul vibes from an artist who is possibly best known for her work as part of Eva Lazarus’ Afronaughts. She has enlisted Baileys Brown for the production and he has brought four nice beats for her to work her magic on. The result is a quartet of laid back, but powerful songs, which make for a strong debut record. The EP is out now on KonichiWahGwarn Records and you can download it here, or stream it below. Read the rest of this entry »

One of the more anticipated UK rap albums of the last few years is finally ready to make its entrance. Datkid’s Teeth Ledger album has been brewing for a while and now at last we have the first video. Honey I’m Home is produced by Baileys Brown, who handles all the beats on the album. The video was shot by This & That Media. No news on an exact release date yet, but stay tuned for more info coming soon.

This is the latest banger from Vard, who is definitely on a mission to make himself known this year. Once again he has teamed up with Baileys Brown to bring us Overdrive, which also features WalterBlack. The video was made by Chris Lucas. Watch out for Vard’s solo LP, A Tower of Dank, coming soon.

Vard is back with a new track, featuring some very good company. The Sheffield MC links up with Bristol-based rapper, Dash Villz, who drops a nice verse, followed up by some wicked vocals from CW Jones. Vard himself is on point as ever and Baileys Brown provides the perfect foundation with his production. The video was filmed by fellow Bristol resident, Chris Lucas. A Tower of Dank, Vard’s upcoming full length project, is out soon.

This Friday the legendary Malcolm X Centre in Bristol plays host to a soon to be legendary line-up of acts. Top billing goes to the elusive cult figure, CASisDEAD, who is making an ultra rare appearance at the infamous Wordlife showcase. Read the rest of this entry »

More freshness from Bristol as Split Prophets member Flying Monk gears up to drop his solo project. R.O.T.F. is produced by fellow Bristol don Baileys Brown, features a guest spot from Axel Holy (a familiar face, if you don’t recognise the name) and will be included on Monk’s forthcoming Twisted Circles release.

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More fire from Vard as he drops this little gift off for Christmas. Produced by the ever dope Baileys Brown and featuring a nice guest spot from Blacky Chan, Fresh is yet another reason to watch out for this guy in 2017. Might have a little exclusive coming from Vard soon, so keep an ear out for that. Read the rest of this entry »

More rugged styles from the D£DW8 lot as they drop a little exclusive. Bewbonik and Dee Green on the raps, with Ivylab on the beat.
The D£DW8 album, 21G$ is due out on Bandcamp this week and the boys are going to be doing a rare live set in Bristol on 30 September, so come to that if you’re in the area.

The debut album from D£DW8 is due out on Monday and trust me, it is worth the hype. As if we needed reminding of the potential dope we’re going to be exposed to, Baileys Brown and Bewbonik dropped a little non-album exclusive yesterday, featuring Split Prophets member and all round Bristol badman Datkid, as well as co-production credit from Konchis. Its actually on a free download too, so cop that before they change their minds.