Tommy B drops cold new track 'Shut Your Mouth'

When it comes to fresh talent emerging onto the grime scene, Tommy B springs to mind as one of the next MC's set to blow.  

Fresh track 'Shut your mouth' comes armed with a watertight flow and cold bars over a dynamic, whirlwind beat. The passionate MC shows nothing less than a genuine hunger to revive the scene with something original. 

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Madders, Tommy B and Discarda express themselves on 'Dark'

Taken from her standout debut project 'Madders From The Block', the North London MC has dropped a cold visual for 'Dark'.

Directed by her close friend Shannon Brown, the video encapsulates Madders' character with ease and bring Tommy B and Discarda into the fray very well. Not to mention this is one of the hardest sounding collaborations from this year...

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Tommy B shows us how Sound of The Verse is done

Tommy B dropped through the 1xtra studio to lay down some fiery bars for the latest Sound Of The Verse on Sir Spyro’s 1xtra Grime Show.

You have 140 secs to spit fresh bars over a fresh 140 bpm beat. Your time starts now!

The 18-year-old has made several appearances on mic in the past few months and now it seems more people are beginning to sit up and take notice of the Radar Radio resident after this crazy freestyle.

Already getting ratings from fellow MC’s such as Capo Lee, the Essex native is proving he deserves all the recognition he is given right now.

His delivery is spot on and it will be very hard for another MC to top this one!

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SBK and Tommy B are causing havoc right now, here's why

The willingness such young MC's possess to master their craft under the wings of top DJ's and radio stations is key for the future of grime and these two are certainly helping fly that flag.

Stevenage born SBK and Essex raised Tommy B have backed up their impressive entrance into the scene with a hard #ThatBaldGuy freestyle.

The Radar Radio residents come through with eye widening bars and skippy flows any top rapper would be proud of.
There’s no wonder they’re making so much noise right now. I mean, just read SBK's tweet:
We're seeing Mob Set do their thing which has given young spitters the platform to strive in this scene and there's more and more crews popping up as we speak.
In the meantime, be sure to keep a lookout for these two. With debut singles on the way, along with an instrumental EP from SBK, they are both shaping up to be a part of the next wave of hungry grime artists.

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