Merging bassline and grime, Bru-C and Window Kid have enlisted a star-studded lineup for their remix as they pick K Dot, Devilman, Kamakaze and Pubman out of their hat outside their local Ikea.
Every spitter laces their 16 bars over the laid back beat, while Bru-C and WIndow Kid operate the catchy hooks.
Lock into the visual above via JDZ Media. The Bits Remix EP is out now on all digital platforms here.
Released back in November of last year, ‘Gridlock’ has been very popular on the airwaves until now so it was only right to drop visuals for it.
The nostalgic vibe captures Flowdan, Joso Sick, Kamakaze, Manga, Safone, YGG, GHSTLY XXVII, Discarda and Logan in the endz as they lay down their cold 8-bars on what will be a timeless all-star track.
Want more Spentshell? Check out their brand new release ‘Welcome To Spentshell’ on Deez Endz here.
Following two heavy singles 'Weatherman' and his feature on 'Gridlock', Leicester native Kamakaze keeps up the momentum with his latest freestyle for JDZ. Press play above!
After a string of insanely good tracks and EP's & an outstanding uk tour it's fair to say Kamakaze has left his mark all over the Grime scene.
This time around the Leicester MC has enlisted producer Fazemiyake to cook up a heady, rave worthy beat to accompany some of his trademark bars equipped with his charged up flow previously witnessed on FITB. Coming together seamlessly for track 'The Weatherman', Kam has yet again offered up something large.
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Leicester MC Kamakaze returns with hot new EP entitled 'Wavey Shirt Wednesday'.
Inspired by his colourful garms and fresh off his more recent Road Rage for JDZ media, this project backs up his already impressive catalogue of grimey tunes.
It's good to see any artist explore and expand to different sounds and it will no doubt allow Kamakaze to evolve.
This project might not be what you expect but I can assure you it's fire from start to finish. I put a lot of heart and soul into it.
For me, he's pulled this off exceptionally well and as much as I love the gritty sound of his tracks with Massapeals on the one's and two's, it's refreshing to hear.
Notably, since his rise to fame through his high-octane freestyles, such as Road Rage 2 years ago (racking up 2million views), he's called upon artists such as Big Zuu, Brotherhood, K-Dot, Izzie Gibbs for features, performed alongside emcees such as Mez, Jaykae, Capo Lee, Killa P and shelled radio sets on Rinse and more famously, last year's Red Bull Grime-a-side.
Following the endless wave of hard bars, we've now been rewarded with this professional body of work. Not only that, it's a list of homegrown talent that have made up the production numbers; local producers Ted Loco, Tracksuit Monk, Reece Emz and Adam Lewis are on the buttons and Sam Grubb is on the even more wavey artwork.
With the box already ticked for hardest Road Rage of the year, there's no doubt he is fast becoming a part of Grime's fabric by the day. I caught up with the man himself ahead of the release:
Where did the whole Wavey Shirt idea stem from?
It stems from my dress sense, I've always worn colourful shit. The first "Wavey Shirt Wednesday" was in Aiya Napa and we all went out on a Wednesday wearing WAVEY shirts. The music is supposed to reflect that lifestyle and how the shirts look in sound. It's comple
Do you think this is your best project to date?
It's hard to say I'd say this is my first solo project that's come about since I've been on the scene properly and it's very different to Royal Blud in style. They're both my favourites for different reasons.
Was it important to you to get local producers on this one?
Yeah, I think people should use resources close to them before reaching out elsewhere. People focus too much on names rather than the sound. Plus if you both build together the understanding becomes better therefore so do the benefits. Leicester is bigger than me. And if I can showcase the talent whether it be promo videos or artwork as well as producers, I will do.
What can we expect in the near future after its release?
Some grimier stuff I got a few projects cooking. Some with London producers and some with hometown man. I'm working on a joint ep with Kurly Hypa and me and Mass have spoke about another personal project too.
What is your favourite brand of clothing right now?
Favourite brand of clothing. Rah. There's too many to mention. I like the Puma and Trapstar collabs a lot. I also like local shit on that front too: Get Lesta and Icy3 both very heavy brands.
Listen to the project below and be sure to let me know what you think of it!