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There are a few forthcoming releases to be excited about in 2019, but one that should be near the top of all your lists is the long-awaited solo album from Baileys Brown. He’s found himself a new label home in the form of Potent Funk, one that suits his sound exceptionally well, in my opinion. The first taste of what’s in store was delivered over Christmas, with the lead single, Horses Mouth.
The track features two of Brown’s long-term collaborators, Datkid and Jinxsta JX, as well as a video from one of Bristol’s finest, Chris Lucas. The album, Still Fresh, is coming soon with a hefty list of features from Stinkin Slumrok, Black Josh, Bil Next, Axel Holy, Juga-Naut, Wish, Vard, Ly, Jordan Nathaniel, Anbu, Hozay, Bogues, Conz and Jay0117.

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 »

Another dope release from Bristol, as Jinxsta JX drops his long-awaited solo album, Thoughts in Words.
He’s brought in a wide range of producers for the project, giving him a good range of beats to showcase his ample talents on the mic.
From the mellow sounds on tracks like Recap and Trip, to the livelier vibe on cuts like Welcome, the whole album is a gift to the ears from an MC who has taken his time to hone his craft and drop a gem on us.
His fellow 3HB MC, Twizzy, makes an appearance on Hard Work, but other than that the album is left free for Jinxsta to go to work.
You can stream the album below and downloads are available now via Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »

As if the last track wasn’t loaded enough, the blitzkrieg continues with the new one from the Durkle Disco gang. And gang is the right word as a massive 21 MCs drop eight bars a piece over a grimy beat from Unkey.
It’s only right I give them all a mention, so this is the list in the order they appear: Sirplus, Koast, Flying Monk, Scarz, Relly, Sparkerboi, Springa, Double, J Man, Prime, B’Tol, Carasel, Blunt, Dash Villz, Ceaze, Zino, Jay 0117, Redders, Kilaze, Jinxsta JX & Slowie. Read the rest of this entry »

The end of last month saw the release of the new Three Headed Beast album, which is in my eyes their strongest release yet. It’s been a few years and a few projects since the trio first put out a record together and the work they have put in since then has definitely not gone unnnoticed by both listeners and critics. Read the rest of this entry »

The new album from Three Headed Beast is due out next week, so this week saw them drop this new track, Control. This will be the first LP from Jinxsta JX, Twizzy and M.A.B, following on from the success of their two EPs and it looks set to be another solid release. Read the rest of this entry »

The Three Headed Beast is back with a new video, the next to be taken from the Self Driven EP. Production on the title track was handled by Strange Neighbour and the video was made by Phil Escott, at 441 Films. The EP is still available on free download over at Bandcamp.

New track and video from the Three Headed Beast gang, taken from their Self-Driven EP. 3’s a Charm is produced by Fingerfood and the video was made by Chris Lucas (Arun Productions). The EP is available to download via Bandcamp.

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The latest release from the Three Headed Beast just dropped and fans of the crew will not be disappointed. Read the rest of this entry »

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One third of the Three Headed Beast and general Bristol badman, Jinxsta JX, just released his new mixtape, Rough Around the Edges Vol. 1. Read the rest of this entry »