Nah Eeto: Kichaa

Nah Eeto returns with her second new single in as many weeks, as she sets herself up for a dominant 2019. Kichaa (Swahili for ‘crazy’) is produced by Blah’s in-house production trio, Nobodies Home – aka Lee Scott, Jack Chard and Sniff. The video was made by AboveGround. Head to the YouTube page for a full translation of the lyrics and keep those ears peeled for loads more music coming from Nah Eeto shortly.

Lee Scott: Lou Reed 2000

Lee Scott returns with a surprise new album, closing off another triumphant year for him and his Blah cohort. Runcorn’s mnost infamous cult leader had already blessed us with two singles from the project – Rocket Fuel and F U Save Me – the latter featuring Philly MC and producer, Sadhu Gold. Sadhu is not alone on the roster, with fellow Blah OG, King Grubb, making his presence known on two of the tracks, as well as a fine feature from Jam Baxter on Colossal Jones. Production for the most part is handled by Lee, with his Nobodies Home partners assisting him on one track and Jack Chard bringing his instrumentation skills to the mix. The album is only available via Bandcamp for the moment, with a full release on all platforms following shortly. The two singles are available to stream below. Continue reading “Lee Scott: Lou Reed 2000”

King Grubb: Droopy (Stream)

I’ve already shared a couple of tracks from the recently released debut solo album from King Grubb, but based on the strength of the entire project, I thought it only right you should experience it in its full glory.
Grubb is one of a few Blah OG artists who while maybe not as prevalent or prolific as their fellow cult members, no doubt have a dedicated fan base; a fan base who have been thirsting for a proper solo venture since the early COTD days. Luckily Droopy provides us with just that, with Grubb’s relaxed demeanour sparking seemingly effortless runs of wordplay. Continue reading “King Grubb: Droopy (Stream)”

King Grubb: Bad Samaritan

Blah Records OG, King Grubb is set to release his first solo album next week, after putting in years of work with Children of the Damned and various other affiliated projects. Droopy is entirely produced by Nobodies Home with a couple of features from Lee Scott and Sniff, leaving Grubb to take a much deserved place on centre stage. Bad Samaritan is the lead single from the album and sets the tone well for what’s to follow. The video was made by Siim Parisoo. Pre-orders for Droopy are available now via Blah.

Nobodies Home x Lee Scott x Sniff: ADHD Concerto 77 Side A (Official Cult B Movie Musical)

Never content with being run of the mill, the latest offering from Blah sees Nobodies Home, Lee Scott and Sniff branching out into new creative areas.
Friday saw the arrival of the trio’s new project, ADHD Concerto 77 and to accompany the release they also put out this 10 minute film/extended music video, which covers the first ‘side’. The music itself is another left-field gem in Blah’s crown, with that style of wavy, monotone rap in full effect. The full project is available to stream below and you can cop a limited edition vinyl over at the Blah store. Continue reading “Nobodies Home x Lee Scott x Sniff: ADHD Concerto 77 Side A (Official Cult B Movie Musical)”

Lee Scott x Sniff: Don’t Talk To Me/Do Not Look At Me

Double header of misanthropy from Lee and Sniff, as they dash two new surprise tracks in our general direction. As the names suggest, Don’t Talk To Me and Do Not Look At Me are not your happy head-nod style raps, but rather the stripped down, slow flow rap dirges that have become an integral part of the 616 movement. Produced in its entirety by Nobodies Home, you can cop a download here.