Pixies Tracks Of The Week @DynamiteMC @MsBanks94 @idriselba @Wretch32 @JCLARKE_GHETTS @RudeKidMusic

Dynamite MC – Choices

Dynamite MC is a master of ceremonies, one that  Drum & Bass and Jungle lovers are familiar with, as he is one of the most prominent voices. On the 4th of December his album World Of Dynamite is being released and it comes with some classic bangers and some unheard material too, spanning Drum & Bass, Hip Hop, Breaks and Garage with production from some of the best including Roni Size, High Contrast, Wookie, DJ Zinc, Andy C, Zed Bias, Danny Byrd and more showcasing his musical legacy. ‘Choices’ a Wookie produced cut off the album premiered on Complex UK, it was originally released in the noughties and has been reworked for a fresh take in 2015.

Ms Banks – Hallelujah

Ms Banks has a confession to make in her new track “Halleujah” and that’s thanking God for exposing the fake people, and allowing her to see the light when it comes to people’s true colours. Now she’s all about the money and is grateful for that. The video has captured the essence of the track with it being filmed in a church, showing Ms Banks at the pulpit and shots of a choir. She’s made a strong name for herself this year; so next year should see big things!

Idris Elba – Murdah Loves John ft. Wretch 32 & Tanika

As Idris Elba returns for the 4th series of ‘Luther’ on BBC One next month, he will also be releasing an album in light of the loved fictional character. ‘Murdah Loves John’ the title track was premiered on Annie Mac’s show on Radio 1 this week. It comes with strong, shadowy lyrics from Wretch 32 and beautiful, grandiose vocals from Tanika. The track definitely has a Bond theme tune feel to it, with the dramatic production, building you up waiting for something to happen.

Ghetts x Rude Kid – One Take

This is the first video to drop from East London MC Ghetts & producer Rude Kids’ project #SixFiveThree which was released last week on iTunes. The visuals include footage from their launch party and you can spot some familiar faces such as Giggs, Tinchy Stryder, Griminal and more. The production samples a number of Grime tracks; Wileys’ “Igloo”, Dizzee Rascal’s ‘Hoe’ and Section Boyz “Lock Arrrf”, with double time, high energy bars from Ghetts.

 

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