I’ve been struggling to write more than a couple of paragraphs for the past few months. Various reasons, too boring or personal to go into now, but it does mean I have failed to shine a light on some decent projects that have been given life in the interim. I wanted to do a bit of a catch up to make amends for my slack attitude and also to bring some thoroughly good music to your attention. Continue reading “The Insomniac Section (Don’t Sleep)”
It’s not often you hear Tony D rap outside of the battle circuits nowadays, so when he announced he was teaming up with Locksmyth for the Tone & Smyth Show, the people understandably rejoiced.
It has been a long time coming, but now the project is going to see the light of day and to give us a taste of what to expect, this week saw the release of the first video. Continue reading “Tony D & Locksmyth ft. Oshea: Police Harassment”
So much good music coming out at the moment, I don’t know if I can keep up. This new EP is a prime example of the standard of hip hop the UK is putting out right now and Jefferson Price is the man responsible. “Just Assume I’m Everywhere” sees the Don’t Flop emcee hooking up with American crew Brown Bag Allstars (BBAS), amongst others, to deliver us five solid unique tracks, including the awesome opener “What You Saying Though” and the dope posse cut “Insight”. Continue reading “Jefferson Price “Just Assume I’m Everywhere””