Jabz drops G's Out Here visual ft. Razor & Cally

It's here. The long awaited video for Jabz's vibrant single G's Out Here featuring Razor and the comeback of Cally.

Although the track came out at the turn of the year, it definitely still bangs. The trio spit over the MistaKay production with ease and make up the garage anthem that has already gained a lot of attention this year. Shouts to Jedd Roberts too on the cold visuals!

Razor drops his highly anticipated debut EP 'Homegrown'

In this day in age, we are seeing more and more artists skipping the hard work and just releasing a one off track in the hope to make it to the big time. However, having the foundations built around you is proving to be vital in being a successful artist and one that is doing exactly that is Razor.
Named as one of the most exciting emcee's to emerge out of East London, Razor now has a body of work to show for his triumphant work-rate on and off the mic. Linking up with the Southpoint platform and label, the Hackney MC is able to drop a professional tape with the freedom he desires, which has allowed him to be more than potent in the past six months.

With this enabled freedom, Razor is not only able to express his growth as an artist, but also inject his personality into each and every heavyweight track. From the productions to the features, everything has been stitched up perfectly to bring a modern day edge to what is still a very original and stripped back sound, which makes Homegrown the raw and engaging project grime fans have been calling out for.

Which ever way you look at it, Razor's growth as an artist is staggering. Not many can shell on every radio show possible and still come through with such a highly anticipated EP the following year and what's more, he's celebrating the arrival of the project with three separate radio shows!

The six-track-EP hits the ground running with 'Act Like You Know'. Razor rides the the monstrous beat with ease and it was only right to start the project off with this energetic track that we have been constantly reloading with awe over the past few weeks.
Razor retains the high tempo with Dangerous, produced by Drime.
This riddim is just naughty, when I heard it I was like this is a bit dangerous.
Drime had this to say: “This riddim is made for someone like you”, before making the effortless choice of what the track would be called. He's definitely not taking any prisoners on what is a banger in it's own right!

The third track 'Found' see's the Hackney MC link up with an old skool friend Asante. Her soulful melodies are exchanged with Razors laid back bars which accumulates a very wavey and blissful collaboration.

Next we see 'Get With It' featuring Duke, produced by Drax. Razor takes the time out to strip back his lyrics and bring us a very raw flow coinciding with Duke's skippy wordplay.

'5' is the penultimate track, produced by Filthy Gears. Razor aims his target at the fake badboys and not only lets them know who's making the real moves, but also how punctual he is in this game. Turn this one up!

Rounding off the tape is 'Easy'. One of the major stepping stones in Razor's journey was linking up with who he calls 'the most hard working producer in grime' - of course, it's Filthy Gears. The perfectly crafted riddim for Razor to jump on enabled the Southpoint and Over The Edge member to build on his small following, as grime fans were beginning to sit up and take notice.

If they aren't sitting up yet, they will be standing after listening to this release. This project has something for everyone and represents a very respectful journey of an emcee taking every bar he spits seriously. This was already a very highly anticipated body of work, but it's fair to say Razor has blown every expectation out of the water.

You can listen to the tape in full below or you can buy it for a mere fiver on Google Play here.

Act like you know!

Razor drops the visuals for 'Act Like You Know'

Hackney MC Razor has just released the visuals for his track 'Act Like You Know' off his forthcoming debut EP 'Homegrown'.

Last year was a massive one for who people are saying is one of the most exciting emcees emerging out of East London and we can definitely see why with this release.

2017 was all about Razor touching mic, getting himself out there to the masses and talking about his upcoming work on radio stations all around the capital.

Fast forward to now, we are treated to another cold visual from the EP, following his successful debut release 'Easy', which was produced by none other than Filthy Gears.

'Act Like You Know', produced by fellow OTE collective member Doubtey and directed by Mr Cheal, is another hard hitting and gritty grime track from him, taking us back to those famous Dizzee days. Watch the video below:

Razor definitely has the flow and wordplay in his locker, as well as the tunes sitting in there for the start of this year. If he carries this work-rate up, coinciding with the Over The Edge crew and continues to shell on the radio, we'll certainly be seeing bigger things from him as the year goes on.
Make sure you stay locked with Razor on Twitter @ReallyRazor and check out our #MCMonth feature on him here.

#MCMonth - Razor

Location: Hackney, East London

Hailed as one of the most exciting emcees to emerge out of Hackney in recent years, Razor is making waves right now.

Inspired by the likes of Wiley, Kano and Ghetts, Razor is paving his own way to become as big as his peers one day and he's definately began on the right track!

Having performed at sell out shows alongside the likes of AJ Tracey, P Money, Slimzee and Spooky this year, the young MC is set to blow.

His debut EP is set to drop early next year, with the latest single 'Easy' produced by none other than Filthy Gears available to cop next month.
Razor's work ethic is being described as 'Inspirational' and with his ability on the mic live, as well as in the studio, it's clear to see why.

He's already setting the tone on Rinse FM, Radar Radio and Mode FM and I'm sure we'll hear much more of him in the near future, but for now watch the cold video to 'Easy' below: