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Ever since man like Mayday has been on the radar, he’s demonstrated an undeniable passion and hunger to succeed in what he does. To sum him up in so many words; a young home grown MC with one of the hardest work rates.
Yet another product of the brum town MCs uninterrupted hard work, a cold new drop in the form of ‘Octobers Very Own Ghost’. A cleverly titled project which sees the West Midlands barrer reminisce on his routes and his progression.
Over a punchy DUBZCO production, May shells down with some thought provoking bars and his recognisable flow- not forgetting his ever improving wordplay.. As an MC competing on the scene with so many emerging artists, MayDay always stays true to his intentions produces some very honest work.
We will be staying locked to catch the visual when it drops!
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Only 4 months into 2019 and we’ve already seen stacks of big collabs from some of the heaviest grime artists on the scene to date. When three heavyweights such as Sharky Major, Discarda and Nasty Jack link up, you know its about to go off.
Coming through with an energetic track entitled ‘grime head’ the hard shelling trio take to the mic over a brisk and active instrumental, packed with the unique flows and impenetrable bars of all three of the MCs. Its safe to say we expected nothing less than madness from such a pioneering trio, and we got it in abundance with catchy hooks and quality lyrical content on this lively drop. This is certified to blow up at the raves.
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Already proving how hard a grafter he is, dropping a succession of impressive beats on EP’s and turning up to sets with some big dubs, MC and Producer Jakebob links with fellow producer Lingerz to bring us a new two part EP.
Under the name of ‘FL20’, the recently dropped work comes from the two emerging producers hosting two unique instrumentals.
The first titled ‘FL20’, a tuneful dub laced with a hard hitting bassline, encompassing a genuine grime feel. The perfect canvas for some shelling.
Secondly a beat entitled ‘on the floor’ sees the project take a deeper vibe with a drum packed riddim, a continuous and infectious melody and a swelling bassline to create the darker feel.
A very well accomplished project from the two beat makers showing heaps of promise on the grime scene.
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You’d be mad if you hadn't already heard of the name Polonis on the scene. From dropping heavy headed beats via bandcamp or appearing on the decks at Keep Hush, the young Scottish producer is brewing up a storm with his continuously hard instrumentals.
This time around is no different as he blesses us with a shiny new riddim in the form of ‘Venusian’. A man who is no stranger to working with some of the big guys on the scene, the talented Scotsman always adds finesse to his work. With a fetching motif and a bulging bassline, the explosive beat is set to be another quality composition to add to the ever growing playlists.
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Producer and DJ MJK celebrates his birthday by gifting us 3 huge riddims for our head tops.
The first track you’ll never have heard Homerton B like this as the Londoner puts a grime fix over the well renowned drill anthem.
Next is ‘Jagged Edge’ which will you may have heard on the airwaves this year and the original throughout the classic R&B times.
Finally, we see the sounds of So Solid and Dizzee Rascal go toe to toe thanks to MJK’s perfected ‘Sentimental Hoes’ riddim. A must play for any grime fan!
Cop the tape via his Bandcamp below and at only 50p, you can’t go wrong. Also, be sure to lock into his Birthday set that aired last night on 1020 Radio.
Woiii! Shots are being fired up North right about now! Manchester MC K.I.M.E has come through with his send ‘Ed Toppa’ for Slay, also hailing from Manny.
Using Khabs’ hard gloomy riddim for assistance, K.I.M.E lets rip and goes at Slay’s neck with four minutes of bars on top of bars. The track concludes with a fighting talk hook: “Clash with me’s not something that you wanna, you’ll get dealt with quick and proper.”
This will no doubt be a hard one to come back from, but be sure to stay locked as it’s clear clashing is not only popping in the capital at the moment.
Following his well-recieved EP ‘A Matter Of Time’, Stogey has delved into multiple sounds this year to further his sound.
Now, the Eastbourne MC and Rapper is back on grime, this time laying down confident bars and a immersive flow over his own laid back riddim for ‘No Clout’.
Be sure to lock into the video above and stream the track via Spotify below!
As summer approaches, artists are starting to bless us with some uplifting, easy listening tunes.
Freshly dropped today, an upbeat, feel good riddim from Maxsta entitled ‘take a chance. The multi talented MC/producer teams up with PK ad Renz to create this nostalgic banger which sees old school grime integrated with garage to create a sleek beat.
The heavy trio all go in with their individual flows and some seamless lyrical content, making this such an infectious tune. The laid back visual carries on the feel good vibe with the essence of grime nostalgia fed in.
Grime fans are already out in abundance predicting this will be a big hit.
Catch the visuals above and stream the track via Spotify.
Spooky Bizzle has always been your go-to guy if you want the most heavyweight sounding grime riddim. He proves just that by releasing 24 tracks from his archives.
And if that weren't enough, he's also spun an April Fools grime mix with hottest riddims in grime at the moment which you can also lock into below:
After straight up shelling down Eskimo Dance, it was only right Capo The Champ dropped some new fire in the form of ‘Bredrins’.
Biging up the familiar, the Londoner goes in and laces his sharp bars over the bass-heavy instrumental, crafted by none other than the legendary Z Dot. This one is certainly rave ready as fans hope for another project from the mic man.
Don’t sleep on this one!
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