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Bristol in full effect on this brand new track from rising producer, DROG Beats, as he brings in two generations of local MCs. Any regular visitors to my blog will already know about Sylla B and his rise over the last couple of years, thanks to his often devastating flows. He is joined on the track by Bristol double-time OG and all-round lyrical monster, Buggsy. As you can imagine the final product is pretty special and highlights Bristol’s lengthy history of producing great lyricists. Enemies is also available to stream on all the usual platforms.

Another solid release from Green Brick Records MC, Lazy Eyez, as he teams up with the Loudhouse gang for his latest video. Best Out is produced by Badhabitz and the video was shot by Honey JD.

New Bristol charged banger from Jay0117, as he continues to rep the city to the fullest with 9Tree Hill. The track is produced by fellow Bristol artist, Sir Hiss, and the video was made by PatchUp Productions.

In the spirit of the original Friday feeling, Sylla B hits us with his latest track, Happy. It’s lifted from the Bristol MC’s forthcoming mixtape, The Walls Have Eyes, which is due out soon on VRBL Records. Happy is produced by JustSayin and the video was made by Andrew Busby

Fresh out of the Green Brick compound comes the brand new video from Crossbow T and Illinformed. Rough and rugged street rap laced over expertly crafted boom bap. What more could you ask for? Hold tight for the full album coming soon. The video was made by This & That Media.

Another Bristol banger from Wish Master’s triumphant Boombap To The Future LP. For The Waves Coming, the Official Recordings MC has drafted in some top local talent in the form of Tac and Buggsy, all backed up with a solid beat from Simiah. The video was made by Don Wavy. Boombap To The Future is out now.

More bilingual, intercontinental raps from Habitus, as the Bristol-based MC and producer teases us with another track from his forthcoming album. On K-Rhyme, Habitus has drafted in Split Prophets members, Datkid and Bil Next, as well as Greek rhyme master, Sadomas. The video is made by Sektion Red.

A soulful energetic cut from Gardna, as he releases a video for the title track from his upcoming solo LP. On Good Time Not A Long Time, the Bristol MC has enlisted the ample talents of veteran soul singer, Omar, along with some fine production from Brad Baloo of The Nextmen. The video was made by Chris Lucas. More news on the album soon.

New video from easily one of the hardest working people on the UK scene, as Habitus continues to deliver the gems from his forthcoming album. On Chasing Careers, the bilingual, Bristol-based MC is joined by friend and regular collaborator, Chillman, as well as fellow Bristol artist, Bella Soul. The video was made by Sektion Red. More news on the album soon.

Credit: Emma Blake Morsi (@blakemorsi)

The debut EP from Bristol-based vocalist, Anna Lisa, was given life this week. If you’re unfamiliar with her music, she manages to combine a haunting vocal style with electronic, sometimes trap-heavy beats, which create a very immersive and atmospheric sound. Unfollowed was premiered this week by Nitelife Magazine and you can now hear the full thing below. It was co-written and produced with MUSSI. Keep an eye on Anna Lisa’s socials (@annalisa_uk) because I know she’s got a lot more to come. Read the rest of this entry »