Ill Move Sporadic: Drug Corpse II (Stream)

Fresh out today is the latest release from UK production duo, Ill Move Sporadic, as they return from their hiatus with a follow-up to their 2013 Drug Corpse album. This time round Ben81 and One Boss have enlisted the help of more UK rap talent, including Ash the Author, Gee Bag, Strange Neighbour, Tenchoo and a welcome return from their old friend and collaborator, Joey Menza. Production-wise, you might already know the M.O. – hard, gritty sample-driven beats with basslines the register on the Richter Scale. It’s a fantastic follow-up and also a solid album in its own right, from two producers who have established and consistently nailed a trademark sound. Drug Corpse II can be heard in full below and there are downloads on Bandcamp. Continue reading “Ill Move Sporadic: Drug Corpse II (Stream)”

Gee Bag & Downstroke: Heavy Baggage EP (Stream)

Heavy Baggage is the latest release from Revorg Records and it comes as the result of a collaboration from two of the label’s own Gatecrasherz crew, Downstroke and Gee Bag. Weighing in at four tracks, plus their respective instrumentals, the EP is available on digital, CD and vinyl over on the Revorg Bandcamp page. You can also stream it in full below. Continue reading “Gee Bag & Downstroke: Heavy Baggage EP (Stream)”

Sam Krats ft. Neek the Exotic & Gee Bag: Put Me On

New music from producer, Sam Krats, as he draws on talent from both sides of the Atlantic for his latest release. Featuring Gatecrasherz own, Gee Bag and Queens mic veteran, Neek the Exotic, Put Me On is a paradigm of that classic rap sound. The video was made by Dfacer. Downloads of the single are available now over on Bandcamp.

MysDiggi: Tip Of Da Mysberg 3 (Stream)

A welcome return for one of the best loved voices in UK hip hop, as MysDiggi blesses us with the third instalment from his Tip Of Da Mysberg series. Considering Part 2 was given life way back in 2006, this latest chapter is long overdue but it’s not as if the artist FKA Mystro has been resting on his laurels in the interim. There have been ad campaigns for Sainsbury’s, Subway and Mozilla, as well as an EP and an album, plus numerous tours and live performances with the likes of Pete Tong and Smokey Joe & The Kid. That brings us to now and this new release, which should serve as a reminder of just how gifted the man is on the mic. Only three features – Ash the Author, Gee Bag and Miss Baby Sol – leaving the majority of the main stage clear for Mys to work his magic. Production comes from a few notable people, including Twisted Roots, DNA, Logan and K3ith Price. The whole thing is available to stream below and you can grab a download over on Bandcamp. Continue reading “MysDiggi: Tip Of Da Mysberg 3 (Stream)”

Sam Krats ft. Gee Bag and El Da Sensei: Annihilate

In The Balance Records are quickly building up a solid roster of artists, as their latest release further proves. Bristol-based producer, Sam Krats, enlists heavyweight rhymers from both sides of the Atlantic for his new joint, with EOW champ Gee Bag uniting with Artifacts veteran, El Da Sensei on Annihilate. No word on what’s next for Krats, but hopefully we will get a full project from him at some point. The track is available on free download over on Bandcamp.

DJ Obsolete & Gee Bag: Increase

Village Live are setting their sights on another hit, as the next release in their ever impressive catalogue looms. This time they have teamed up with German producer, DJ Obsolete, to put out his latest album, The Mandela Effect. The album is set to feature a whole bunch of talent, including Blabbermouf, Ill Conscious and the UK’s own, Gee Bag. Increase is the lead single from the album and gives you a good idea of what to expect from the project when it drops in full. Pre-orders go live tonight at 7pm UK time.

Datkid X Baileys Brown: Teeth Ledger

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. Continue reading “Datkid X Baileys Brown: Teeth Ledger”