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Double-header from Joe Publik, as I play catch up with the Isle of Wight MC’s recent releases. First up is Head Nod Hip Hop, which dropped a couple of weeks ago and sees Joe teaming up with two of the Verbal Highz gang, Chillman and G00SE, to great effect. The video comes courtesy of Sektion Red. And yesterday we were treated to Joe’s latest video, which has some more excellent features, in the form of Split Prophets OG, Res One and Out Da Ville legend, Scorzayzee. The video for Military Minded was made by Double or Nothing. Both tracks are self-produced and the cuts were supplied by Willz of Steel. They are taken from Joe’s debut solo LP, Stubborn Vectis.

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Nice selection of tracks from In The Balance, featuring the wealth of talent that makes up their current roster. Regular visitors to the blog will most likely be familiar with some of the tracks already, but having them all compiled together in one place is a great reminder of just how much quality music the label has been responsible for since its inception back in 2015. Read the rest of this entry »

I remember first hearing Verb T rap when his track Showbitchness was included on a Low Life Records compilation, back in 2003. Since then he has been a constant in my relationship with UK hip hop, thanks to his association with High Focus, most notably as part of The Four Owls, as well as a string of projects with the likes of Pitch 92 and Illinformed. I spoke with him recently about a number of things including maintaining his longevity, setting up his own label and his ongoing struggles with Crohn’s Disease.

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Fresh heat on a rainy day from Chillman and G00SE, with the aptly titled Cold Weather. This is the first cut from the duo’s upcoming album and also features production from G00SE. The video was made by Parallel Media. The track is also available to stream and download on the usual platforms.

More solid rhymes from Coosie, as he returns with the second single from his upcoming solo album. The Verbal Highz MC has drafted in fellow Highz member, G00SE, to handle the production on Everything and the video was made by Dfacer. Bobadundee Flows is out on 13 June.

Coosie is set to release his solo album in the not too distant future and today marks the arrival of the first single. State of Zen features fellow Verbal Highz member, G00SE, who also handles the production. The video was made by Dfacer. Bobadundee Flows is due for release on 13 June.

After the success – and unanimous public agreement – of his lyrical attack on the ridiculously shabby First Bus, Bristol-based MC, G00SE, asked who he should line up in his sights next. The deafening reply came loud and clear: those perpetual wastemen of the skies – Ryanair. So today saw unveil the finished product in all its vitriolic glory. The track is produced by G00SE, with Steven Stone on video duties.

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.

New music from the In The Balance Records gang, as Verbal Highz representative, G00SE, brings the fire on Prometheus. The track is produced by Hashfinger and the video was made by Dfacer.

A welcome return for Twizzy, as he releases his latest album, Old Dog No Tricks. It’s been a while since his last release, back in February last year, but pleased to say the Bristol MC is still as on point as ever. It’s a collaboration between Twizzy and his old friend and collaborator, Billy Whizz, with the pair having such a good chemistry that whatever they turn their collective minds to is always going to work. There are plenty of local features too, with G00SE, Sylla B, Ambush Tactics and Jinxsta JX all dropping in with nice verses. The album is available to stream below, with downloads and physicals available over on Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »