New arrival from Micall Parknsun and Giallo Point, as they bring us another video from their excellent Magnum Opus LP, in conjunction with the UKHH.com gang. Magnum Opus is out now on both digital and vinyl.
A fresh collab from Giallo Point, as he joins forces with yet another UK legend for his latest project. The Magnum Opus is the brainchild of Giallo and Micall Parknsun, with the duo finding a seemingly perfect synergy in their MC-producer partnership. The features only add to the album’s weight, as we find the likes of Jehst, Smoovth, Da Flyy Hooligan and Sonnyjim all adding their piece to the proceedings. You can stream a couple of tracks below, with downloads available over on Bandcamp. The artwork for the album was created by Emily Catherine.
Another strong cut lifted off the new album from Micall Parknsun and Giallo Point, which was released on Friday. The full Magnum Opus LP features appearances from a host of UK talent, including Jehst, Juga-Naut and Da Flyy Hooligan. It’s available to download now via Bandcamp. The video for Danger was made by Dfacer.
Giallo Point looks set to continue his run of success with UK rap heavyweights this year, as he joins forces with Micall Parknsun for a forthcoming album. Let It Go is the first single and sounds as tight as you would expect from two artists of their calibre. The video was made by Dfacer and the album, Magnum Opus, is due for release shortly.
Another visual treat from Juga-Naut and Giallo Point, as they create a mini movie for Rock Paper Scissors. The track is featured on their triumphant new album, Back To The Grill Again, which is out now on all the usual platforms, with vinyl available via Tuff Kong Records. The video was made by Derry Shillitto.
Cracking animated video from Juga-Naut and Giallo Point, as they continue to drop gems from their new album. Concept Song features some breathtaking visuals from Theorist, upping the levels on the current theme of animated videos surfacing on the UK scene. Back to the Grill Again is out now, including a vinyl edition on Tuff Kong Records.
Another incredible album is released into the world today, as Juga-Naut and Giallo Point drop the rightly anticipated, Back To The Grill Again. Both artists have steadily climbed the ranks of recognition over the past few years and are now viewed by many as two of best in the UK. The argument for that recognition is very strong on this new album, with Jugz’s lyrical prowess seemingly more attuned than ever and Giallo providing the perfect accompaniment for him with each beat. It’s definitely one to satisfy the older generation, as you can guess from the opening lines of the blurb – “This album is best listened to on MiniDisc in Nottingham, wearing Air Max Uptempo’s while going to watch Space Jam the day it dropped at the Odeon 1997” – but I can see it easily enticing fresher faced fans too, thanks to the production values and the often luxurious lyrical content. Fine list of features too, with Milano Constantine, Scorzayzee, SmooVth, Napoleon Da Legend, Vandal Savage, and SonnyJim all on the assist. There are various physical and merch deals available over on Bandcamp and you can hear the album in full below. Continue reading “Juga-Naut & Giallo Point: Back To The Grill Again (Stream)”
Strong start to the week, as Juga-Naut and Giallo Point hit us with the lead single from their upcoming album. Back To The Grill Again promises to be another win for both Jugz and Giallo, a pair of artists who have spent the last few years steadily building up reputations as two of the best in their respective fields. The video for The Passion was made by Guy Jenkins. The album is due for release on 7 August.
Gritty rugged street raps from Phyba and Giallo Point, as they release a video from their latest project. E12 528 is lifted from René Mesrine, which also features SonnyJim, Micall Parknsun, Rome Streetz and Daniel Son. It’s available to download now via Crate Divizion. The video was made by Chiba Visuals.
Another solid release from Ric Branson (fka Ricochet), as he delivers his new album, The Technician. Building on the foundations he laid back in the early 00’s alongside Ultra and A.H.Fly, the UK veteran displays all the signs of a still hungry MC across these 16 tracks.
He’s in good company too, as he’s joined on the album by Melanin 9, Ray Vendetta, Cons and Tesla’s Ghost, plus some tight production contributions from A.H.Fly, Evil Ed, Cons, Juice and Giallo Point. Also keep an ear out for the follow up to Ric’s classic cut from back in the day, Mad Runningz. The Technician is available to stream below and you can find downloads over on Bandcamp. Continue reading “Ric Branson: The Technician (Stream)”