Archives for posts with tag: grime

Big intro to the forthcoming Skinzmann mixtape, as the Exeter producer draws on some nearby talent, enlisting the help of Plymouth MC, Wyatt Earp, for Always On Job. The track is lifted from Incognito Grinders, which features a bevy of UK talent including Datkid, Obadiah, Shifty and Sniff. The video for Always On Job was made by JDZ Media and pre-orders for the mixtape are available over on Bandcamp.

Starting the week off with some high energy, as Stormzy returns to the booth to hit us with Wiley Flow. A nod to one of the main architects of the culture, complete with a soundbite from the man himself at the top of the track, Stormzy unleashes one of his more devastating flows, proving that commercial success does not always tame the beast. Wiley Flow is also available to stream on all the usual platforms.

BLESSED is the latest video from Ocean Wisdom and sees him reigniting the success of his 2018 collaboration with grime OG, Dizzee Rascal. Their chemistry on tracks is undeniable and for me personally, I feel Ocean’s at his best when he’s rapping alongside someone else. This single follows on from 4AM, which was released a few weeks ago and I’m assuming signifies the impending arrival of a new project. And since Ocean recently set up his own label, Beyond Measure Records Limited, I’m interested to see what he’s been plotting. Keep those eyes peeled.

Jay0117 hits us with another banger as he takes us through his typical daily escapades in A Day In The Life. For this track the Bristol MC has teamed up with local grime producer, Guido, and the video was made by Patch Productions. Streams of A Day In The Life are also available from the usual platforms.

Sylla B is due to hit us with a new album very soon and last week he treated us to a taste of what he’s got lined up. Spooky sees the Bristol-based MC cooking up a murky little number, with TrollGang production ace, Oozhe. Stay tuned for more news on the album coming soon.

Another huge track from Baileys Brown as the release date for his solo album draws ever nearer. This time round, the Bristol producer has drafted in his old accomplice, Datkid, as well as his label-mate, Dabbla, with the trio going off in pursuit of that elusive cash money. And once again it’s another stunning visual accomplishment from This & That Media (keep your eyes peeled for plenty of UKHH related cameos too). The album, Still Fresh, is due for release on 26 July on Potent Funk.

Keeping the high octane vibes going, I thought I would share the new video from punk-grime trio, PENGSHUi. For Leave It they have teamed up with hip hop, DnB and all round production powerhouse, Pete Cannon, resulting in another wild audio escapade. The video was made by Krupa. Leave It is also available to stream/download on the usual platforms.

A very strong start to Vulgatron’s (Foreign Beggars) solo venture as he unleashes his new track – Deadman. It’s a riotous collision of dubstep and grime, backed up with some hefty production from Mark The Beast and Nitepunk. The video was made by Tarnish Vision. Stay tuned for more from Vulgatron coming soon.

Another new video from slowthai, heralding the release of his debut LP, Nothing Great About Britain. Inglorious features grime veteran, Skepta. The album is out now on all the usual platforms.

Fresh visuals from the South West, as Grim Sickers and Yung Toro debut their grimy new collaboration. The track is produced by Toro and is lifted from his upcoming solo album, In Limbo, due for release soon on VRBL Records. The video was made by Andrew Busby.