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Dabbla is on mission at the moment, a mission to build the hype for his upcoming solo album, Death Moves. So far we have been treated to a few glimpses at what the project has in store and today we get the next piece in the puzzle. Devil You Know is produced by Sumgii with a slick video from Spin City Visuals, which they shot on location in the US recently. Death Moves is due out on Potent Funk soon, more information when I have it.


Blinding new track from Dabbla, as he continues to get us all moist for his upcoming album release. Hemisphere is produced by AJSwizzy and the video was shot on location in the US by Spin City Visuals. Album coming soon on Potent Funk, more news as and when.

Fresh music from Dabbla to liven up your Friday. Spine is lifted from his forthcoming and highly anticipated sophomore album, Death Moves. GhostTown is on hand for the production and Pose.Works are responsible to the video. Keep your eyes on Potent Funk for more newness coming soon, including a whole load of videos he shot on his recent mini-tour of the US.

Absolute filth from LDZ on their latest track, Hero. Dabbla, Cobes and Harry the Bastard each bring a tasty verse to Sumgii’s superbly glitchy production. The video was made by Spin City Visuals. You can buy and stream Hero here.

Fresher than a goddamn daisy drenched in Febreze comes the new track from Dabbla, There He is. Produced by fellow LDZ OG, Sumgii, the pair have cooked up a filthy little number, all finished off with a slick video from Spin City Visuals. The track is also available to buy over on the Potent Funk Bandcamp page.

Fresh from the finest purveyors of that hybrid rap shit, comes a special new track and video. Problem Child have called on the mighty Foreign Beggars for What You Want?, with Orifice Vulgatron bringing his inimitable flow to Sumgii’s dirty production. Not only that, but the video features none other than comedian and rap fan, Romesh Ranganathan. The video was made by Slim Yearwood and the track is available to buy now over on the Potent Funk Bandcamp page.

Bust out the emmental and enjoy a fresh video from Dabbla, as he brings us his new track, Flying. The Swiss vibe is strong with this one as the track was produced by Dabbla’s Alpine connect, AJSwizzy and the video was shot on location in the Swiss Alps, by Spin City Visuals. The track is available to purchase now via Potent Funk.

A very welcome return for one of the UK’s best loved crews and pioneers of that hybrid rap shit, LDZ. Dabbla, Cobes and Sumgii had been talking about reuniting to make new music together, after smashing out a string of successful side projects and then a couple of weeks ago it was revealed that we would indeed be treated to some new music. Switcheroo is the result and it’s a return to fine form for the gang. I’m pretty sure it won’t be the last we hear from them either. The track is available to buy now on Potent Funk.

Not long ago I warned you of the imminent arrival of potent hybrid rap shit from LDZ favourites, Dabbla and Sumgii. Well now the track is here and it’s as tight as you’d expect. Remember these two have been making music together for years and so the chemistry is there before they even set foot in the lab. Sumgii has been pushing his own levels upwards ever since I first heard him about 10 years ago and Self Made is a good example of what can be achieved if you take that approach.
There is new LDZ music on the way too, but for now make the most of this tasty little banger. The video was made by SpinCity Visuals and you can buy the single here.

It was already in the mid-20’s when I rolled down to this year’s High Focus Block Party in Bristol and it was only going to get hotter, given the days running up to the event. Last year’s party had been a smash and this year looked set to at least rival it, if not surpass it. Doors opened at 2pm so I got down there at about 3pm and already had to deal with the huge queue that had formed; a teeming mass of the new generation of UK hip hop fans all fully loyal to the HF brand (and all of whom I’m pretty sure I was old enough to be their dad). Read the rest of this entry »