SBK drops visual to 'I Don't Think So'

Stevenage MC SBK has been killing it on the scene recently, and a few weeks ago dropped of an EP under the name of ‘In Grime We Trust’. Stripping grime back to its roots, all 6 tracks were cold.

The teenage barrer took to his socials to promise us a visual to accompany ‘I Don't Think So’, taken from the EP in question.

An animated, cinematic visual full of energy ideal to accompany the riddim in which he co produced. SBK and his work rate just keep soaring as he serves up consistent music and performances.

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Yizzy joins forces with Scrufizzer for taste of new EP with 'Deh Suh'

The new generation of grime is doing a madness right now, boasting dynamic flows and the coldest sets.

19 year old MC Yizzy has been putting in the hours to become a well respected name in grime, we’ve seen some hard performances from the Lewisham barrer in the likes of Eski and Grime A Side, demonstrating promise as a stand out artist.

Linking with London MC Scrufizzer; known on the scene for some recognisable, upbeat bangers. He’s now back ahead of the release of his up and coming EP ‘Welcome To Grime Street’, with a lively riddim titled ‘Deh Suh’.

With a fast paced, vibey instrumental, the duo delivers some sharp shelling and unique flows. All merging to create an infectious, summery tune which seems the perfect addition to your playlists.

Seems to be just the beginning of a fulfilling career for the young MC as he also prepares to touch mic on Jammers LOTM8.

Stay locked for the EP set to drop June 7.

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Sharky Major, Nasty Jack and Discarda return with visuals for 'grime Head'.

Following a recent lively drop from an elite trio in the form of Sharky Major, Nasty Jack and Discarda with ‘Grime Head’.- the Filthy Gears production went down a treat with grime fans.

Repping the Grime Originals label fully, Sharky is joined by his fellow barrers to bring us an energetic visual to accompany the riddim. We witness a free flowing production where the three MC’s recite their bars and showcase their talent on Sharky’s first drop this year under the G.O label.

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London VS. Yorkshire take to the mic for LOTM8 Hype Sessions- Reece West V F.O.S

The legendary platform that is Lord Of The Mics is running into its eighth season, promising us yet more heroic clashes between some of grimes hottest MC’s right now.

Brought to the scene by Jammer and Ratty, over the years grime fans have seen some of the most mortal bars on some huge clashes from the likes of Devilman V Skepta, Footsie V Scratchy and Kano V Wiley. So it only makes sense that we can expect some exceptional scenes in season 8.

With the official release looming, each MC involved has been given the chance to shell down in an exclusive ‘hype session’, setting the pace for their opponents, cultivating some provoking bars in the hope it will throw their rival off track.

This time around, we are witnessing London V Yorkshire as Reece West and F.O.S take to the mic.

Reece West:

“Raised in North not West”, Reece west has grafted to secure his place on the scene. Delivering some cold releases and participating in some high profile sets. A highly rated new gen MC by many grime fans.

Stepping up on his Hype Session, the North London barrer demonstrates his lyrical ability, as he bodies an intense, bass fuelled beat with some heavy headed bars and of course firing shots at this opposing MC. West has articulated a solid taste of what we can expect from the clash soon come.

Reece is blessed to be part of such a large moment in the scene, speaking out saying “ “I grew up watching all my favourite rappers participate in Lord Of The Mics, clashing, and now that i’m here – centre stage-it’s humbling to be a part of grime’s history books”.

“The clash with F.O.S, it was a quick body bag”.


A passion to succeed and a soaring work rate has been seeing Northern MC F.O.S make his name count on the grime scene. Known for some impressive clashes and riddims- it was compelling to see what he would bring to LOTM.

As soon as the riddim had loaded, the Yorkshire spitter was already firing shots. Boasting his signature fast paced flow, he went in over a lively grime beat laying down some memorable bars teasing an explosive clash with West.

“Reece West is dead”- words from F.O.S as he spoke about the up and coming clash.

With both man going in hard on these Hype Sessions, we can only speculate that this is gonna go off and LOTM 8 will go down in grime history.

Tap into both of the debuts below and stay locked for the rest of the sessions.

Cadell proves he "Don't Lack" with latest offering

Following his well received drop of Watch & Learn 2, Cadell is back with an uplifting banger entitled “Don’t Lack”.

You can definitely see this one being a Summer anthem already as the Londoner shells down the skippy beat with ease with the assistance of Sense and Delusion with the hook and hard verse respectively.

There’s no wonder this one’s getting a lot of radio play already. Lock in below and be sure to check out our ‘Track By Track’ review of Watch & Learn 2 here.

Female Allstars- 13 Female MC's shelling on 'The Switch Up'.

If you didn't already know, the grime scene is fully blessed with female talent stepping up to shell and produce some heavy riddims.

A prime example of this, Female Allstars, a collective of some of grimes coldest girls in the game, offer up a solid production in the form of ‘The Switch Up’. That's 13 MC’s coming together on one heavy weight track.

Lady shocker, Miz, Chey, NyNy, Laughta, Pre Wavy, Nehanda, Cassie Rytz, Frankie Staywoke, Portia Ny, Nerva, Tomboy Sexy and Madders Tiff.

All these girls bring their A game to shell down over a jerky JBoss production, each showcasing their dynamic flows and icy bars to maximise their slot on this exciting project.

In a trade where males tend to dominate, it is refreshing for us to see some ladies demonstrate their abilities and potential.

Catch the visual out this Friday via SBTV

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Skepta drops of a taste of his new album with 'Bullet From A Gun'.

Hopefully you’re as gassed as we are that Skepta will soon be dropping off his Fourth album ‘Ignorance Is Bliss’. Ahead of this highly anticipated project, the grime veteran today debuted riddim ‘Bullet From A Gun’, giving us a flavour of what we can expect from the upcoming tracklist.

The BBK icon gets personal with the lyrical content of this one, spitting bars, reminiscing on his life and talking of his achievements. Rightly so, with a sell out tour under his belt and a work rate set to allow Skeppy reach new levels on the scene.

Linking with Ragz to co produce a steady, chilled out instrumental which is balanced with the down to earth words and Skeptas distinctive flow- can we expect some of his heaviest work yet?

Safe to say we are all aware of how talented and versatile the SKLevel pioneer is, with the work set to drop 31st May- We are expecting something cold!

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