Archives for posts with tag: Sniff

Next up we’ve got the debut album from Lyza Jane, which follows on from a string of singles and an EP with Sniff, which was one of last year’s highlights. I find it hard to pinpoint exactly what genres Lyza’s music fits into, as there are a lot of different influences at work, but hip hop definitely plays a big part in her inspiration. Housebound features appearances from Lee Scott, Black Josh and Danny Lover, with beats from Lee, Sniff and Lyza, who handles the majority of the production herself. You can hear the album in full below, with physicals and merch available via Bandcamp. Stay tuned for an interview with Lyza coming soon. Read the rest of this entry »

Milkavelli recently dropped a mini mix of new music, which features the 616 God finessing over a tight production selection from Nobodies Home – aka Lee Scott, Sniff and Jack Chard. The illustrations for the video (and accompanying merch) were done by J. Neilson.

A new track has emerged from one of my favourite producers, as Jack Danz hits the lab once again to bring us Yakk Down, ably assisted by Skintman and Sniff. You can stream it in full below. Read the rest of this entry »

Still playing catch up after the festive season, today I’ve got more new music to kick off your week with, starting with the latest EP from UK rap legend, Mongo. The Mud Fam OG has returned to the fore with a five track EP, which takes on a more emotional tone than some of his older fans may be expecting (the clue’s in the title). He didn’t come alone either, as The Feels sees Mongo drafting in some notable homegrown names to assist him. Greg Blackman makes two appearances, lending his weighty vocals to Thankful and 2GD4EM, while the EP is closed off with a little help from Sniff and CW Jones on the previously released single, Cemetery Road. The production comes from Jonny Capicola, LRD, SIM and Formz. You can stream The Feels below, with downloads available via Shadow Player Records. Read the rest of this entry »

Last week saw the release of the latest album from Black Josh. Yung Sweg Lawd is arguably his strongest work to date, with the Manchester MC exploring a wide range of production styles, while managing to sound at home on all of them. The production is handled by a host of talent, including fellow LEVELZ members Biome and Metrodome, as well as the likes of Jack Danz, Reklews, dylantheinfamous, Sly Moon and Pitch 92. There are also a bunch of strong features, including Milkavelli, Truthos Mufasa, Lee Scott, ELIZA and Sniff. The album is available to stream below and you can also watch the latest video from the project for the Skepta produced banger, Ciggaweed. Downloads are available via Blah. Read the rest of this entry »

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. Read the rest of this entry »

G.Rich releases the next track from his recent Chapter Two project. Poltergeist sees the Bristol MC connecting with Blah residents, Stinkin Slumrok and Sniff. The production comes courtesy of the late, great, dubL$w£ggrz. Chapter Two is available to download now over on Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »

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.

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. Read the rest of this entry »

Really strong lead single from the new Sniff and Lyza Jane EP. Blue Sunday juxtaposes Lyza’s ethereal vocal style – which wouldn’t sound out of place on a David Lynch soundtrack – with Sniff’s trademark monotone flows, resulting in a bluesy track laden with depth and feeling. A promising start to the full project. The Baby Blue Champion EP is out now on Blah Records. The video was shot by AboveGround.