Archive for September 17th, 2014

September 17, 2014

Incisive (@Incisive1) ft Rukhsana Merrise – Mind Games [Music Video]

Incisive just can’t seem to put a foot wrong when it comes to the rap game. He returns with Mind Games a deep, thought provoking track where he raps over a simple beat accompanied by the raspy vocals of Rukhsana Merrise which fits with his flow perfectly.

 

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September 17, 2014

Youngs Teflon (@YoungsTeflon) – Aint Got Time (Prod.By Carns) [Music Video]

After Youngs Teflon headline show at Barfly a few weeks back he keeps the buzz surrounding his RENAISSANCE mixtape by dropping another video from their Aint Got Time, produced by Carns Hill. Check it out and my review up the show below originally published on MTV The Wrap Up.

 

September 17, 2014

Youngs Teflon (@YoungsTeflon) Live At Barfly Camden [Review]

Youngs Teflon held his first headline show on Monday (September 1) at Barfly in Camden where he performed tracks from his recently released mixtape ‘The Renaissance’ with a live band. The Wrap Up’s Shireen Fenner headed down there to watch Tefs and all of his special guests for this live night featuring some of the best UK rap had to offer.

Teflon hit the stage accompanied by just Docta Cosmic on the decks, with his special guests joining him afterwards. Released in March, ‘The Renaissance’ went to No.1 in the iTunes hip-hop chart and No.22 in the overall national album charts, proving the strength of homegrown music in the UK.

Tefs performed the ‘My Pattern Intro’ from the mixtape and a track called ‘Never Failed School’ produced by Carns Hill which was a kind of middle finger to his school and teachers who thought he would fail; we discovered that ultimately he had done very well and received 2 A*’s for his English GCSEs. ‘Survivor’s Story’ and ‘Django’ got really good crowd reaction and it seemed everyone in the crowd were true supporters, knowing every lyric of every song. One thing was clear, Youngs Teflon was not disappointing any of his fans tonight.

One of the highlights for a lot of people was seeing Blade Brown and Corleone join Youngs Teflon for their collaborative track ‘Trap God’ which got everyone buzzing and Donae’o getting up on stage for their recent track ‘Oi Mate’ which set the internet alight – most people knew these two tracks word for word. Bonkaz, Stormzy and Swift also performed their cover of Krept & Konan’s ‘Don’t Waste My Time’ with the crowd getting more and more energetic with Stormzy also performing his HeavyTrackerz – produced song ‘Not That Deep’.

I loved how Docta Cosmic started mixing grime beats such as Rebound X’s ‘Rhythm N Gash’ into some of the tracks with Youngs Teflon and a lot of his guests, including Section Boyz on the stage in the middle of the show and them all spitting together, and then completely switching it over to grime. This was one of the most creative shows musically I’ve been to in a while and I hope to see more shows like this in the future.


* Published on 3rd Sep 2014 on www.mtv.co.uk/the-wrap-up

September 17, 2014

Donae’O (@donaeo) – What Is Love [Music Video]

Donae’O has now unleashed the official visuals for his new single What Is Love. The visuals find Donae’O in various London locations, including Oxford Street and the set of Skepta’s ‘That’s Not Me’ remix video shoot.

 

September 17, 2014

Mr Bigz (@MrBigzOfficial) – Soul Food ft. Max Marshall [Music Video]

Mr Bigz goes back in time in the official video for his latest single, Soul Food, taken from the highly praised S.U.M.M.E.R EP. The video echoes the retro throwback-inspired theme of the song, with Baltimore songstress Max Marshall playing the ultimate flapper girl. Watch as Bigz does his best to woo his lady love… But all is not as it seems!