Good to see the return of Jack Danz and the announcement that he has a new album coming very soon. To kick things off he has dropped Washpoppin, a self-produced track which sounds like the ideal Danz to me. TMIB is due for release on 10 May on Blah Records. The video for Washpoppin was made by Rob Searle.
Milkavelli recently dropped a mini mix of new music, which features the 616 God finessing over a tight production selection from Nobodies Home – aka Lee Scott, Sniff and Jack Chard. The illustrations for the video (and accompanying merch) were done by J. Neilson.
Tell A Friend is the first video to be lifted from the new Mcabre Brothers EP of the same name. The video features Lee Scott and Milkavelli in some eerie part animated form, as well as some excellent production from Universal Soldiers favourite, A.H. Fly. The vinyl edition of Tell A Friend is available now via the Blah store, with the digital version following later this month.
Nah Eeto returns with her second new single in as many weeks, as she sets herself up for a dominant 2019. Kichaa (Swahili for ‘crazy’) is produced by Blah’s in-house production trio, Nobodies Home – aka Lee Scott, Jack Chard and Sniff. The video was made by AboveGround. Head to the YouTube page for a full translation of the lyrics and keep those ears peeled for loads more music coming from Nah Eeto shortly.
New track from Blah’s first lady, Nah Eeto, as she brings her unique style to Auntie, What Happened To Me? The track is produced by Lee Scott, who also drops in on the second verse. Word on the street is that we can expect to hear a lot more from her corner next year. The track is available to download over on Bandcamp.
Lee Scott returns with a surprise new album, closing off another triumphant year for him and his Blah cohort. Runcorn’s mnost infamous cult leader had already blessed us with two singles from the project – Rocket Fuel and F U Save Me – the latter featuring Philly MC and producer, Sadhu Gold. Sadhu is not alone on the roster, with fellow Blah OG, King Grubb, making his presence known on two of the tracks, as well as a fine feature from Jam Baxter on Colossal Jones. Production for the most part is handled by Lee, with his Nobodies Home partners assisting him on one track and Jack Chard bringing his instrumentation skills to the mix. The album is only available via Bandcamp for the moment, with a full release on all platforms following shortly. The two singles are available to stream below. Continue reading “Lee Scott: Lou Reed 2000”
Last week saw the release of the latest album from Black Josh. Yung Sweg Lawd is arguably his strongest work to date, with the Manchester MC exploring a wide range of production styles, while managing to sound at home on all of them. The production is handled by a host of talent, including fellow LEVELZ members Biome and Metrodome, as well as the likes of Jack Danz, Reklews, dylantheinfamous, Sly Moon and Pitch 92. There are also a bunch of strong features, including Milkavelli, Truthos Mufasa, Lee Scott, ELIZA and Sniff. The album is available to stream below and you can also watch the latest video from the project for the Skepta produced banger, Ciggaweed. Downloads are available via Blah. Continue reading “Black Josh: Ciggaweed + Album Stream”
Another day, another visual smash from the recent Hock Tu Down album. The video features Lee rocking what I would describe as questionable attire, while navigating his way across some unforgiving terrain under the watchful eye of a giant white rabbit. Standard. Hock Tu 3 is out now on Blah Records.
Mad claymation video from the Blah camp, as Lee Scott and Reklews bless us with another one from their recent Hock Tu Down reunion album. Hock Tu 3 is available to buy now on all formats.
In a great end to a shit week, today sees the release of the new album from Hock Tu Down – aka Lee Scott and Reklews. The Blah OGs originally formed the duo back in 2009, when they released their Prozium Peddlin album, followed the year after by Something Strange. Both those projects proved popular and with good reason, as the duo’s brand of self-proclaimed paranoid druggy rap came with a chemistry that just made the music enjoyable – as with pretty much everything Blah puts out. Continue reading “Hock Tu Down: Hock Tu 3 (Stream)”