Verb T & Pitch 92: Good Evening

That Sound is the latest track to be lifted from the recent Verb T & Pitch 92 album, Good Evening. When it was announced that the two of them were making an album together, I thought back to their collaborations on the last Mouse Outfit album and knew that the likelihood was that they were going to create something brilliant. Good Evening is just that.
The Man With the Foggy Eyes is one of Verb T’s strongest releases and that was the result of him working with just one producer, so I had high hopes for his collaboration with Pitch and even they were surpassed. Continue reading “Verb T & Pitch 92: Good Evening”

Verb T & Pitch 92 ft. Ocean Wisdom & DJ Sammy B-Side: Lie Low

Verb T and Pitch 92 released their new album last week and to celebrate the drop, they also gifted us this new single, Lie Low. Featuring a blistering verse from Ocean Wisdom and some tasty cuts from Sammy B-Side, it’s yet another reason to go cop the album. Good Evening is available to buy now from the High Focus store.

Dabbla ft. Ocean Wisdom: Get It

Unless you’re devoid of all your senses, you will know that Dabbla’s debut solo LP, Year of the Monkey, finally dropped on Friday. More on that later, but in the meantime dig into the latest video from the project. Featuring another double-time don Ocean Wisdom, as you’d expect this is not some laid back vibe. Get It was produced by DJ Kermit.

Ocean Wisdom: Chaos 93

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When 22 year old Brighton MC, Ocean Wisdom burst into our lives back in July 2014 with his track, Walking, I don’t think many of us realised just how much he was going to blow up. It was obvious he had skill on the mic. Just the ease with which he switches up his flow left a lot of rappers, with years of experience, in the shade. But it is a rarity these days for an unsigned rapper, especially from the UK, to clock over a million views on his debut video. Continue reading “Ocean Wisdom: Chaos 93”

Dead Players: Freshly Skeletal review

Check out the latest offering from what is likely to be my favourite UK album of the year, Freshly Skeletal by Dead Players. I was already a fan of the first album, the self-titled project they released in 2013, but this new album sees/hears them taking on a more mature sound. Continue reading “Dead Players: Freshly Skeletal review”