Novelist shows his versatility with another drill track “different shoes”, one day after releasing his first drill inspired track “Remember”. Novelist uploaded the song only 3 hours after receiving the instrumental from producer and friend Sustrapperazi.
It seems Novelist is on a drill vibe following the drop of his Reload King mixtape. The Londoner teased us with new sounds at his Boiler Room appearance at the beginning of the month and if this track “Remember” is anything to go by, we’re in for a treat.
Staying true to his sound, the laidback beat is laced perfectly with simple yet effect bars which paint a picture of a girl that was once close to him. Who thought drill could sound so smooth? Press play below!
Emerging South East artist Kaemz has dropped his first vocal track. Kaemz is more known as a producer as demonstrated by the hard instrumental on “Round here”. It is also the first track of his upcoming grime EP and is produced, engineered and written by himself.
North East producer Khabs has been widely renowned in the grime scene to provide very cold riddims which explore every spectrum of the grime sound. These four riddims on his brand new “Khabtastic EP” emulate just that.
Bringing jungle elements into the fray on “Every1s Crew”, to a galactic inspired beat on “Your Hero’s Ordinary”, to a gloomy affair on “Violence”, right through to the bass-fuelled “Mortal”. This project has everything for a riddim EP which every grime fan should be getting their ears around.
Lock into the EP in full below and be sure to follow Khabs on Twitter @khabsmcp because this is certainly not the last we’ll here from him on the one’s and two’s.
Following a shelly No Hats No Hoods show in Peckham and a string of On The Buttons freestyles, Maxsta has finally dropped his debut beat project for eagerly awaited our consumption.
The 8-track-EP features the popular ‘Dylan’ and also the remix of ‘East London Is Back’ composed by Maxsta himself and also Teddy Music. Maxsta has been a major part in the grime scene for over a decade now and shows us he’s equally important in the production game with this project. Lock in below!
A day before his new EP “Reload King” drops, Novelist has surprised fans with a quick Rhythm & Gash dub we never knew we needed, until now.
Be sure to cop the EP which drops on all music platforms from midnight. For now, lock into the track below in which he remixes his most renowned “MMM YEAH!” bar, fitting the iconic grime beat perfectly.
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The track starts with an amped sample before Genghis Kong jumps in with the chorus over a wobbly square bass and a reversed bell. The drum pattern has jumpy kicks, snares on the off beat and skippy, triplet hi hats. A really nice instrumental.
GK slaps the beat with catchy bars and a flow that falls in line with the kicks and snare. He’ states that “if you say Grime’s dead then you’re dead to me”, a bold statement that resonates with all Grime artists and fans.
Listen to ‘IRL’ below: