Billy Whizz: Kobra Kai Style (Stream)

Bristol keeps the rap flag held high with another strong release from the city’s seemingly endless stash of talent, as Billy Whizz returns with his new solo EP. The DJ and producer has amassed a good circle of collaborators over the years and this is demonstrated to superb effect on Kobra Kai Style. Among the instrumental joys we find thought provoking rap joints, like the Wish Master assisted Moves I Make, and soul-drenched, horn-flecked bangers like Fire/Water, which features Bristol OG, Mylo Stone, and vocalist, Melissa Dawn. More weight is added to the EP’s appeal, thanks to two further appearances by Relly and G00SE. You can hear the full thing for yourself below, with downloads and physicals available via Bandcamp. Continue reading “Billy Whizz: Kobra Kai Style (Stream)”

Mylo Stone: The Incredible Disappearing Man

A welcome return to the mic by Mylo Stone, as he delivers his new album, The Incredible Disappearing Man. It’s been a while since we heard any fresh music from the Bristol MC, but happy to report that he has lost none of his hunger in the interim. TIDM ranges from gritty to jazzy in terms of production, which is all taken care of by B-Lash, with Mylo’s vocals focusing on a range of issues, from the political to the more personal. Couple of noteworthy features from vocalist, Flo, who blesses The Highs with her soulful touch and local legend, Rola, who drops a nice verse on Breath. The Incredible Disappearing Man is out now on Killamari Records and you can stream it below. Continue reading “Mylo Stone: The Incredible Disappearing Man”

Percy Filth & Mylo Stone “Kang” ft. Juice Aleem, Twizzy & Bil Next

This is the latest track from Percy Filth and Mylo Stone’s “End of Level Boss Music”, to be given the video treatment. “Kang” features a meeting of the mics from Birmingham to Bristol, as Mylo Stone teams up with fellow Bristol beat bruisers, Twizzy and Bil Next (Split Prophets), as well as Brum mic veteran, Juice Aleem.