Stormzy is one that I’ve been saying is one to watch for a while now and the heat is definitely on him at the moment after the release of his very highly anticipated EP Dreamers Disease. This is the 2nd visual to be released from there Not That Deep produced by Heavytrackerz.
She is the name on everyone’s lips right now, from industry experts, to music artists, to fans; Little Simz is killing it right now. Keeping the heat on her (which isn’t hard for her), the 20-year-old North London rapper drops the video to ‘The Hamptons’ which is another visual taken from her critically acclaimed E.D.G.E EP. The video truly captures the meaning and ethos of the track that is produced by Da-P (Soulection) and features cameos from singer Kali Uchis and Ricky Bricks from THC.
Yellows and Paigey Cakey both from the Alwayz Recording camp joined forces for Yellows new track ‘Cake’. The two MC’s play on the meaning of the word cake, from the sweet food, to money, to a women’s soft disposition over a bassy, lively beat, with the pairs vocals complementing each other from Yellows deep tone to Paigey’s sweet one. This track will be on Yellows’ forthcoming mixtape ‘No Ego’ watch out for that one!
Black The Ripper’s new track introduced us to his forthcoming project too, ‘Outlaw Volume 2 ‘which is due to be released at the end of August. In true Samson style we see the lyricist spit some realness about his thoughts from the music business to life in general in ‘I Don’t Feel Nothin’, “Industry don’t like me, but I ain’t here to make mates”. On the hook providing us with vocals is Tayong.
South London’s Youngs Teflons has shown a lot of other people up who have attempted to remix Drake’s 0-100, as last week he released a video putting his own spin on it. He has some serious wordplay on this track and an effortless, natural flow that really proves why he is one of the most rated lyricists about. Listen to these clever bars properly and take in what Tefs is saying.
Dot Rotten released his anticipated mixtape ‘Interview’ full of diverse but brilliant tracks from start to finish. With various and varied artists featuring such as Abel Miller, Lady Leshurr, Stylo G and more, the tracks cover numerous subjects from the music industry, label issues which he sets straight, women and more. Dot has again created a work of art which you can download over at minarmydownloads.com.
South London’s rising rap star Fekky and one of the biggest stars in Grime Dizzee Rascal unveil the video to Still Sittin’ Here, an update on Dizzee’s classic Sittin’ Here off his Boy In Da Corner album.
This is Stormzy‘s first release off his forthcoming EP, The Dreamer’s Disease which will be release July 20th. Storm Tropper tells a story of a man and a women, who the man very much still loves and wants to protect.
G Frsh hits us with the video for The Hardest Part which we heard the audio too a few weeks back. G brings us some cinematic visuals again for the track which will be on his forthcoming EP titled Alfie.
The second track taken from Yellows’ forthcoming mixtape; No Ego features fellow Alwayz Recording signing and Queen of Cake, Paigey Cakey.
Playing on all meanings of the word “cake” on the bassy and bouncy beat, Yellows delivers his bars in his deep and rich tone while Paigey provides the icing with her sweet vocal covering over the beat of the second verse.
Little Simz is the 20 year old North London rapper who has been tipped by many industry experts as one to watch, and she is definitely that! She keeps the heat on her after the release of her E.D.G.E EP by dropping the visuals to The Hamptons.