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A brand new video from Harleighbu and Bluestaeb landed today, for their Queeen Dem track. As the title suggests, it’s something of a feminine celebration and features excerpts from Janne Robinson’s song, This is For The Women Who Don’t Give a Fuck. You can stream and download Queeen Dem on all the usual platforms.

Following on from their previous collaboration, Juga-Naut and his dad – aka Stickman – return with the next instalment of their Cellar Sessions series. The original version of this verse can be found on the Bozo Boyz album by VVV.

Kicking off the week on a family tip, with some new material from Juga-Naut. For those who might be unaware, Jugz’s pops is a very accomplished drummer and the two of them have been known to put together some excellent collaborations in the past, which is exactly what we’ve got here. Going by the fact this is Cellar Sessions 1, I’m hoping we’re going to get a lot more clips like this. Keep your eyes peeled.

Harleighblu is a singer from Nottingham, whose work draws on influences from hip hop, soul, electronica and beyond. Thanks to a string of superb releases, including her Futurespective series, she is already forging her own path in an increasingly saturated scene. I caught up with her recently to discuss a number of things including her new project with Bluestaeb, her musical roots and surviving the industry as a female artist. Read the rest of this entry »

Pleased to see the arrival of Juga-Naut’s latest solo album, Bon Vivant. It rounds off another strong year for the Nottingham artist, following on from a string of solid collaborations, including his Purple Door project with SonnyJim, as well as his own Found Objects release back in February. Bon Vivant sees Jugz summoning the collective strength of a number of UK luminaries to assist with the project, including Joe Buhdha, Micall Parknsun and his fellow VVV brothers, Cappo and Vandal Savage. You can stream the album below and there are physicals/merch available via Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »

We’re only two days away from the release of Juga-Naut’s latest album and to get us in the mood, he has blessed us with a single serving of dope from the project. Silk Portraits is a self-produced affair, with features from two fellow Nottingham mic killers, Vandal Savage and Scorzayzee. The full album, Bon Vivant, is up for pre-order now over on Bandcamp, with the release set for Friday. Read the rest of this entry »

Pleased to see the arrival of the new album from Nottingham favourite, Juga-Naut. The Purple Door is produced in its entirety by SonnyJim, which in itself is a testament to Jugz’s popularity amongst fans and peers alike, as Sonny has been pretty vocal in the past about how few UK Mcs he holds in high regard. The album weighs in at 12 tracks and there are features from fellow VVV members, Vandal Savage and Cappo. You can stream the album below and physicals are available via EatGood Records. Read the rest of this entry »

Bar for bar there aren’t too many MCs in the UK on the same level as Juga-Naut right now. The Notts rapper recently continued his run of dope releases with a new project, Found Objects: Stolen Art EP PT.II. Acrylic & Oil is the latest track from the project to be given the video treatment and is produced by Juga-Naut. The EP is available to buy now over on Bandcamp.

Fresh music from the Nottingham rap talent, in the form of his latest EP. Found Objects: Stolen Art EP PT​.​II is a collection of nine tracks which serve as a good insight into Juga-Naut and the music that helped him grow. Three tracks are produced by the man himself, with the remainder coming from various musical gods along the way. You can stream the full EP below, with downloads & physicals available here. Read the rest of this entry »

Nice little joint here from VVV’s Juga-Naut and We Stay True’s Mr Brown, as they come together for the guitar driven, 310 Pounds. You can stream the track below and you can grab a download now via Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »