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New joint from Oozhe and Datkid, which sees (hears?) the Split Prophets MC switch up his flow to great effect. Oozhe is always reliable for knocking out a banger and Deep Water continues the trend. Be interested to hear more from the two of them; I reckon they could make some waves if they did a whole project together. You can stream Deep Water below and downloads are available on Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »


Next month Bristol once again plays host to one of High Focus Record’s legendary parties. In the past the city has given a stage to their summer roadblocks and winter parties, but this time they will be one of two cities taking part in the label’s 8th birthday celebrations. Stepping away from their usual haunt of Lakota for this one, HF are headed to SWX in the centre of town. This means more room, better acoustics and a better sound system, which equals a better night for all involved. Read the rest of this entry »

One of Scotland’s most adept MCs kicks off the year with a mixtape packed full of unreleased joints and jams from 2015-2017. Physiks has worked with a whole load of great artists over the years, so the names on the project include the likes of Datkid, Farma G, Pete Cannon and Dirty Dike, plus a load of solo cuts, which provide a good look at his work behind the boards as well. You can stream Wanderlust below and check out his Soundcloud page for more info on the tracklist. Read the rest of this entry »

The long awaited, much anticipated second solo album from Datkid was finally released today. Once again he’s drafted in Baileys Brown to handle the production, following in the confident footsteps of his first solo album, Home By 8.
Pleased to report that the follow up surpasses it’s predecessor, with the same amount of rugged wordplay that made Datkid a firm favourite on the UK circuit. There is an additional level of maturity too as the now London-based MC reflects on his life up to this point. Read the rest of this entry »

The new Datkid album is shaping up to be another UK success for 2017. This is the latest cut to be taken from the project and features another great beat from the LP’s producer, Baileys Brown. The video was shot by This & That Media. Pre-orders for Teeth Ledger will be available soon on the Split Prophets Bandcamp page.

Check out the latest video to be released from the upcoming Datkid album, Teeth Ledger. It’s Real is a reminder of why there is so much anticipation for this album, as Datty and Baileys Brown seem to be able to make nothing but bangers when they get together. No release date yet, but it will not be long now. Shouts to Sektion Red on the video.

Another helping of dope from the forthcoming Datkid album, laced over another looming banger from Baileys Brown. No official release date for the album yet, but word is it’s not too far off.

One of the more anticipated UK rap albums of the last few years is finally ready to make its entrance. Datkid’s Teeth Ledger album has been brewing for a while and now at last we have the first video. Honey I’m Home is produced by Baileys Brown, who handles all the beats on the album. The video was shot by This & That Media. No news on an exact release date yet, but stay tuned for more info coming soon.

Brand new video from Split Prophets, lifted from last year’s ever dope Delta Bravo Kilo album. Roadhouse is produced by Badhabitz. The video was shot by Dfacer and the graff comes courtesy of Sace Gold. DBK is available now over on Bandcamp.

Big tune from the Dutch Mob boys as they celebrate the release of their long awaited Passport EP, with this slick new video for One Percent. Featuring Boston rap veteran, Ed O.G, One Percent is produced by Illinformed, with Chris Lucas (Arun Productions) behind the camera. It’s good to finally see the EP reach the masses. I know how much work has gone into it and they have taken their time to make sure everything was on point. It’s worked a treat. Read the rest of this entry »