Archives for posts with tag: Chris Lucas

Bristol MC, Upfront, is hitting us with a new album shortly, the follow-up to his Upfront & Personal LP from 2014. The Split Prophet member has obviously been putting in the work in the meantime, as is demonstrated on the first single from the project, Contagious. The track is produced by fellow Bristol artist, Chris Lucas (Arun Productions), with cuts from DJ Rogue and a wicked video from Parallel Media.

Wish is back with a new video, the next to be taken from his recent Third Perspective EP. Don’t Make Me features a nice guest spot from fellow Bristol MC, Ellis and the video was shot by Chris Lucas (Arun Productions). In case you missed it, I recently interviewed Wish for Brapp; you can read it here.

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.

Mistafire, from Bristol group Se Fire, is releasing his debut solo album soon and he recently dropped this video for the title track. Featuring Zico, Jago and Papa B from Only Joe, along with a typically good video from Chris Lucas, Condemnation packs a pretty powerful punch. Read the rest of this entry »

New track and video from the Three Headed Beast gang, taken from their Self-Driven EP. 3’s a Charm is produced by Fingerfood and the video was made by Chris Lucas (Arun Productions). The EP is available to download via Bandcamp.

It seems like we’re getting at least one dope new release every week from the Split Prophets and this week it is the turn of Upfront. Read the rest of this entry »

Got some more freshness from Bristol for you. This time it’s the Central Spillz crew, who have linked up with another local musical outfit, Isola Dusk, to bring us Cold Place to Hide. Read the rest of this entry »

Brand new video from Baileys Brown, for the first single to be taken from his new album “Eyes Speak Louder Than Words”. Featuring Bristol mic smashers Datkid and Paro, as well as Brown’s rap alter ego Dee Green, this one bangs from start to finish. Read the rest of this entry »

Continuing with the fresh as fuck theme, here is the new video from Bristol’s ever expanding Split Prophets crew. Read the rest of this entry »