Frosty: Crush (Stream)

As the temperature starts to drop and the evenings get darker, it’s best to have a good source of heat at hand to stave off the winter woes. Thankfully Frosty just released his new mixtape and it’s packed full of enough flames to melt what little is left of the Arctic.

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Dabbla: Super Happy

Arguably one of the most positive MCs in the UK, has dropped a video for the equally positive energy anthem, Super Happy, produced by Tom Caruana. This is the latest offering from Dabbla’s forthcoming Year of the Monkey LP and is the perfect antidote for this damp weekend. Year of the Monkey is out on 9 September on High Focus and you can pre-order here.

Dabbla ft. Jam Baxter: Vomit

Fresh from the mind of Dabbla comes this new video, the latest leak from his forthcoming debut solo LP. Vomit sees him teaming up with his Dead Players family, Jam Baxter and GhostTown, all finished off with a nice little video from Vikki Digby-Johns. Year of the Monkey is out next month on High Focus, with pre-orders available here.

Dabbla: Interview

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Dabbla is an MC who has been on the rap radar for a long time now, thanks to his work with various musical dons and crews over the years. He has recently signed to High Focus and is due to release his debut solo album, Year of the Monkey, in September. I got to have a quick catch up with him recently and here’s what went down. Continue reading “Dabbla: Interview”

Dabbla: Stupid

Not many projects have got me as hyped as the debut solo LP from Dabbla. It’s been a long time coming, but in that time he has established himself as one of the UK’s best loved MCs, both by his peers and listeners alike. His album is not out until 9 September, but knowing the fiends that we are, he has blessed us with Stupid in the meantime. Continue reading “Dabbla: Stupid”

Dead Players: Freshly Skeletal review

Check out the latest offering from what is likely to be my favourite UK album of the year, Freshly Skeletal by Dead Players. I was already a fan of the first album, the self-titled project they released in 2013, but this new album sees/hears them taking on a more mature sound. Continue reading “Dead Players: Freshly Skeletal review”