Archives for posts with tag: Chris Lucas

As we get dangerously close to the release date for the new album from Datkid and Leaf Dog, yesterday saw the next single given life. Following on from the Conway laced, Eyes, this time we see Datty and Leaf bringing in Roc Marciano for the suitably gritty Scheme On. The video was made by Chris Lucas. Pre-orders for Confessions Of A Crud Lord are available now, with the release date set for 17 May on High Focus.

Fresh visuals from Rogue and Relly as the Bristol duo release a video for the title track from their 2018 album. The video was made by Chris Lucas. Let Them Know is out now on AFT Raps.

A fresh locally sourced gem right here, as Split Prophets continue to celebrate their recent EP release. Mustard is produced by Badhabitz and features verses from Res One, Paro, Bil Next and Flying Monk. The video was shot by Chris Lucas. The Forecast EP is out now and there are a few tracks available to stream below. Read the rest of this entry »

Upfront returns with another new video as he rounds off his recent double A-side release. Spectator is produced by Chris Lucas, who is also the brains behind the video. Look At This/Spectator is available now on digital download.

More solid head nod vibes from Wish Master as he treats us to the next video to be taken from his recent album. Jupiter features fellow MC, Glock, with the pair trading verses over another fine slice of production from Baileys Brown. The video was made by Chris Lucas. Boombap To The Future is out now on Official Recordings.

Another new release from today is the latest video from Upfront, taken from his upcoming double A-side. Look At This is produced by fellow Split Prophets member, Badhabitz and the video was made by regular collaborator, Chris Lucas. The single is set for release on 29 March, with pre-orders available now via the SP Bandcamp.

Crown Of Thornz is the latest leak from the new Billy Whizz EP, Always Finding Trouble. This time round the Bristol-based producer draws on more local talent from Verbal Highz representative, G00SE and his rapid fire lyricism. The track is accompanied by another solid video from regular collaborator, Chris Lucas. The EP is out today on AFT Raps.

Fresh cut from the impossible to pigeonhole Bristol crew, D£DW8, as they ready the release of their next EP. ROB£RT RIPL£Y is as looming and ominous as you would expect from the duo, made even more so by the fear and loathing, bad trip style video from Chris Lucas. The EP, AR£ W£ GOD$ Y£T​?​, is set for release on 8 February, with pre-orders and merch available via Bandcamp.

There are a few forthcoming releases to be excited about in 2019, but one that should be near the top of all your lists is the long-awaited solo album from Baileys Brown. He’s found himself a new label home in the form of Potent Funk, one that suits his sound exceptionally well, in my opinion. The first taste of what’s in store was delivered over Christmas, with the lead single, Horses Mouth.
The track features two of Brown’s long-term collaborators, Datkid and Jinxsta JX, as well as a video from one of Bristol’s finest, Chris Lucas. The album, Still Fresh, is coming soon with a hefty list of features from Stinkin Slumrok, Black Josh, Bil Next, Axel Holy, Juga-Naut, Wish, Vard, Ly, Jordan Nathaniel, Anbu, Hozay, Bogues, Conz and Jay0117.

Last Friday saw the arrival of the next video to be taken from Twizzy’s latest album, Old Dog No Tricks. Old Flow features production from Billy Whizz and some great visuals from Chris Lucas (Although this blog would never condone bicycle theft). The album is out now on AFT Raps.