Archives for posts with tag: UK Hip Hop

A heavy, soulful cut from Terri Walker, taken from her recent Joe Buhdha helmed EP, The Breakout. Can’t Tell Me Anything also features Manchester favourites and previous collaborators, Children of Zeus. The Breakout EP is available now on all the usual platforms.

Pathways is the latest arrival from Verbz and it’s another win for the Croydon-based MC, as he finds a new home on flourishing label, Group Bracil. Following on from his single producer album, alongside Mr Slipz in 2017, this latest project features a bevy of talented beat-makers, including Morriarchi, Norm Oddity, Chuck Enzo and 2Late. There are also some notable guest spots too from CLBRKS, NuphZed, Bador and BaggE. There’s a heavy jazz feel to the album, with Verbz taking his voice into new territory, while still maintaining the level of lyricism that has made him one of my favourite MCs at work right now. You can listen to Pathways below and limited edition physicals are available on Bandcamp.

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Absolute monster of a track from Seanie T, as he gathers up fellow veterans from across the genres for this sprawling posse cut. The list of participants is impressive, with more years of service than I can count, under their collective belts. Roots Manuva, Rodney P, Blak Twang, Ragga Twins, Tony D, Ty, MC Creed, Hill Street Soul and Ricky Rankin are just a few of the 20+ artists involved, all backed up by some nice production from DJ Suro and Seanie T. Veterans is lifted from Seanie’s Rough, Rugged & Smooth album, which saw its release earlier this year.

New music from Ambush Tactics, as he delivers his latest album. The Roughcut Collective affiliate has handled production throughout, with the exception of one Billy Whizz helmed track. While the production is kept relatively solo, there are a wealth of features on the album from the likes of Twizzy, G00SE, Jinxsta JX and Levi Collins. Dead End Avenue can be heard below and downloads are available over on Bandcamp. The album will be available on all streaming platforms as of 28 November.

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Keeping the momentum going, here’s the brand new video from Verb T and Pitch 92. Frostbitten is the latest gem to be mined from their recent album, A Question of Time, which is out now on High Focus. The video was made by Parallel Media.

Another solid release from Green Brick Records MC, Lazy Eyez, as he teams up with the Loudhouse gang for his latest video. Best Out is produced by Badhabitz and the video was shot by Honey JD.

To celebrate the arrival of the new Percy Filth EP, today the Louis Den producer dropped his second video from the project. Precious Metals features a lot of lyrical muscle, as Percy channels the power of Geechi Suede, Malay Sparks and Guilty Simpson into the track. There are also some nice cuts, courtesy of Bristol scratch master, DJ Rogue, and a superb animated video from the forever on point, Chris Lucas. You can stream Vibranium Deluxe below and downloads are available now via Bandcamp.

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Another superb single from one of the more refreshing voices of the moment, as Kojey Radical releases Cashmere Tears. It’s the titular track from his most recent album, which saw its release in September. It’s well worth checking out if you haven’t done so already.

A very welcome return to the blog from Lunar C, as he kicks of a new week with a brand new track. On Very Important, the Bradford MC outlines just how important he is compared to the rest of us mere mortals, over some stunning production from Jehst and Pitch 92. For a man who is already renowned for his highly skilled wordplay, Lunar seems to be getting even better which means his new album should push him ever higher into the UK rap stratosphere. The video was made by Killmoney and keep an eye out for a couple of cheeky cameos.

More visual antics from Dr Syntax and Pete Cannon, as they carry on delivering gems from their most recent collaboration. Wallop is the title track from the album and features Syntax taking on a nice bit of trap, courtesy of Pete. It works far too well and now I just want to hear a whole trap album from them both. The video for Wallop was made by Si Haze Films and you can download the rest of the album over on Bandcamp.