Kicking off our brand new section ‘#UKSeen’ where we focus on artists away from grime - Cobes delivers a must cop hip-hop vibed track ‘DeJa Vu’. Lock in!Read More
“Unlikely” is taken from Nesta’s ‘Trial and Error’ EP and is the first visual release from the project.
Nesta sits on a skippy beat with acid house esque synths and accompanying brass hits that appear in the chorus. He is letting everyone know that he doesn’t care what you think about him, his vision is more important than your opinion and its unlikely that you’ll stop him.
It’s a nice simple visual (shot by ProdByAiden) which focuses all its attention on Nesta, no models, no supercars just bars 😤.
Read our review of the full Trial and Error EP here.
The West Midlands has been coming through with some insanely fresh MC’s of recent, with an array of dynamic flows and shelling over some substantial beats.
One barrer from Birmingham who’s doing just that is Stretch DCM as he drops off a lively tune in the form of ‘Godson’. Utilising his skippy flow, he sprays all over a melodic bass fed instrumental, swarming with bar after bar of solid lyricism. This charged up riddim comes with a free flowing visual seeing stretch recite his bars in his ends, repping a ‘Birmz Is Grime’ tee. Demonstrating how the homegrown MC is staying true to his routes.
pree the visual above and stream the track below:
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!
One MC killing it in Bristol right now is Emz and it’s a no brainer he brings through fellow Bristolian Sir Hiss for the supply of the beat for his latest offering ‘Rolling’.
Taken from their latest project of the same name, the bass fueled and gloomy riddim allows Emz to fire bars over with ease.
The visuals have to be applauded too as the Bristol MC is seen barring while the sun goes down behind him, while the camera work and edits compliment the track to the highest level. The track itself has been doing up mad numbers and it’s only expected the video will too. Press play on the percy above!
If there was a chart for the coldest video in grime right now, this would top it. Reece West is back with fresh visuals for his track ‘Greizmann’ taken from his latest ‘Departure Lounge’ EP.
The North London spitter jets off to Turkey to capture some impressive shots around the capital city of Istanbul as has keepy-ups outside the Vodafone Park, home to Besiktas Football Club. As for the track itself, West rides the cold beat cooked by Teddy Music and Heavy Trackerz with his distinctive flow and sharp bars.
A reload worthy track that you need in your libary! Watch the visual in full above.
Fairly new to the scene, Trikky has done a madness with this one on his latest track ‘Ready For The War’.
Dropping hard on the Westy production, the Birmingham MC proves he’s one to watch right now with cold flows and potent bars in abundance. He also reinstates grime is anything but dead with the following bar “grime is alive, yeah clearly it is, mic check mic check, I’m here for the win.”
Be sure to press play on the cold Blissakai visual above and follow Trikky on Instagram @_trikky_
Merging bassline and grime, Bru-C and Window Kid have enlisted a star-studded lineup for their remix as they pick K Dot, Devilman, Kamakaze and Pubman out of their hat outside their local Ikea.
Every spitter laces their 16 bars over the laid back beat, while Bru-C and WIndow Kid operate the catchy hooks.
Lock into the visual above via JDZ Media. The Bits Remix EP is out now on all digital platforms here.
If you haven't already locked into the Blakie TV pilot, it's a must watch and will have you creasing in no time.
The London MC pesters the general public in aid of his new mixtape drop which comes as hilarious viewing. This is before he puts on a 'dog proof' suit and goes toe to toe with probably the most angry dog you'll ever see.
In Episode 2, Blakie once again heads down the streets of London to try his hand at busking. Gathering crowds, he reinstates he doesn't want the general public's money, just their support before getting into some 'busking beef' and gaining someone's number.
Press play on episode 2 above and be sure to subscribe for some more hilarious content.
It’s fair to say P has been setting pace recently and very few in the scene are matching his respectable workrate at the moment.
Keeping the same theme of addressing fakes in the scene, as we saw last month on ‘No One’, the Londoner lets rip over the trap styled RasEyeVII instrumental to bring us serious heat on ‘Shook’, taken from his forthcoming Money Over Everyone 3 mixtape.
The simple, yet effective video features notable appearances from the likes of Capo Lee, Splurgeboys, Snowy Danger, Logan Sama and more. This track is littered with punchy bars such as “If grime was easy bare man would”, “I messed up countries like Blair and Bush” and “Best grime act nominations, Probably done one song and I did it all year man.”
Yet another strong statement from the OGz frontman, while the track also offers up as a singalong. We already know the third instalment of Money Over Everyone will be making serious waves when it arrives. For now, lock into the visual for ‘Shook’ above!
Leicester MC CeeJay is backing up the 'Yizzy catted them man's bars' claims up once and for all with this send for the Lewisham spitter entitled 'Lord Of The Mic'.
Claiming Yizzy still uses the Leicester originating bars from the likes of Kay P and Jafro today at festivals and club sets, CeeJay goes in over the hard Huffy Beat, speaking some home truths.
However, it doesn't look like Yizzy will be responding, but it's no doubt that CeeJay is a big problem in the scene right now!
Lock into the cold visual in full above and be sure to follow CeeJay on Twitter @CeeJayArtist
What a night. Pure energy and good vibes! Here's Logan Sama's view of the night and although he broke his camera, the iPhone footage still does it justice. Watch above for 20 minutes of behind the scenes access!
This is a collaboration some may thought would never happen, considering Wiley’s issues with Skepta which drew him into denouncing BBK and any affiliations with them.
The pair skip together over an instrumental provided by Teddy/Silencer, their styles compliment each other without sounding forced, showing any issues within the crew hasn’t affected their creative relationship.
One for the car en route to the motive.