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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.
Corrr blimey! You're not ready for the energy levels on this and that's a fact.
Manga has enlisted some of the coldest and most raved about emcees in the scene right now and you only have to look at the former Roll Deep frontman's facial expressions throughout to see how mad this set is.
Tommy B, Micofcourse, Ghstly and SBK all step up to deliver their coldest 16's in the BBC 1Xtra studio with DJ Oblig on deck. The only person unimpressed by this very heavy free-for-all is Ten Dixon, as you will hear the sends from SBK, taking us back to Hell In The Cell 2.
Did someone say it was waring season again?
With some unbreakable bars from a nostalgic trio, Manga, JME and Big Fris come through with some wavey visuals for banger ‘True To Me’.
The whole production is mad. The visual takes on an old skool vibe staying true to what Manga does best, whilst it incorporates some almost futuristic animations. Already stacking up 23k views, it has left fans pleased to have seen something so traditionally ‘grimey’ and true to the genre. This is an impressive visual which brings a certain reminiscence, keeping it cool with the whole staircase and basement vibe similarly used in lord of the mics.
It is reassuring to see artists sticking to their original roots and showing that grime is still well and truly alive and kicking, and that real grime is still making an appearance to the scene.
Check the visuals and the track below:
Read our in-depth review of the album here.
Arguably one of the hardest tracks on Manga's brand new album Outsiders Live Forever, the former Roll Deep frontman and YYG's very own PK take it back to basics for the visual for Lyrical Thuggery.
The duo go in on the Sir Hiss production and prove you don't need a fancy video, just lights, a dark room and straight fire bars is enough for this one which features close ups and clever camera work. Watch it below:
Read our full in-depth review of Outsiders Live Forever here.
Laughta brings through Roll Deep’s Manga and the Flow Farda Double S for a huge release ‘Flex’.
The sharp visuals sees her and Manga bring catchy hooks along with confident flows from them all.
This one is taken from her Flex EP coming real soon!
You can also stream the track on Spotify