SBK jumps on a FR336IXTY riddim for "Know Me"

You just have to salute young SBK’s work rate right now. Dropping heat every two weeks or so, the Stevenage native is putting in the graft.

This time he comes together with producer FR336IXTY for “Know Me” - the original instrumental appearing on his debut self-titled EP earlier on in the year. SBK remains calm and collected on mic, laying down his laidback flow and bars such as “used to know me back then, right now SBK I’m gonna elevate. Claim you knew me back then, right now SBK man are getting paid.”

Yet another statement of intent from the youngster as he continues to flourish in the scene. Lock in below via Spotify:

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.

Tap in above to pree the visual.

SBK steps up with debut visual for 'walking down the road'

Teenage barrer SBK has stormed onto the scene of recent with some punchy riddims and immense bars. We’ve seen him body some large instrumentals and go in hard on some memorable sets.

Now, he’s taken the opportunity to bring us a self produced visual in the form of track ‘walking down the road’. Returning to his ends, the debut visual, shot in Stevenage, witnesses the young mc capture an old school grime feeling- along with some heavy bars and an infectious beat.

With a fresh look and memorable tracks such as this under his belt, SBK could be in for a blessed year!

catch the visuals above and stream the full track below: