Big up Hammer, put in a lot of work lately, this is his second video and single from the CD “Hurricane City”. The single is available digitally from August 10th. The tune is actually A LOT, defiantly getting a purchase .
For more info on Hammer and Hurricane City hit his:
New freestyle from BBK and Hammer! Props to the affiliate Hammer for putting me on to this!
Since Electro-Pop effort “Sing For Me” there hasn’t been so much as a peep from top East London MC Ghetts. But now he’s back and we’re getting ready for what could be the most anticipated album to come from grime. Originally we thought the album was to be titled “The Justification Of J. Clarke” but the album will now be titled “Rebel With A Cause”, and before that drops we’ll be treated to a fresh mixtape called “Calm Before The Storm”. That’s all explained in this video below, with a preview of one un-heard album track featuring Young Nate.
Out to Media Massacre for this one.
It’s been a long time in the making, but finally, Behave Yourself (Untitled, Rogue, Evolver, Messy, J Beatz, Flamzy, Shiftz Beatz & Rampage) are ready to drop there debut mixtape: Entity (Volume 1). It will be avaible from the 14th of July and will contain 15 vocals and 7 instrumentals !!! (See Below).
1. Untitled – I Rep B.Y (Produced by J Beatz)
2. Rogue – Lyrically Fit (Produced by Exo Remedy)
3. Evolver – Shooter (Produced by DJ Jedah)
4. Messy – Hard (Produced by Red Eye)
5. Rogue ft Smirks – Wheres The Banger (Produced by Shiftz Beatz)
6. Untitled ft Rogue – Set Mc (Produced by Shiftz Beatz)
7. Messy ft Kelsey – Your Night (Produced by Moony)
8. Rogue ft Smirks + Untitled – Let The Ting Go (Produced by Biggie Dan)
9. Evolver – Give Up (Produced by Lazy)
10. Messy – Sent From Heaven (Produced by Taktix)
11. Untitled ft Dez – How Can I Say (Produced by Swizzee Star)
12. Evolver – I Want You (Produced by Lazy)
13. Behave Yourself – No Remorse (Produced by Jack Daniels)
14. Behave Yourself – Send For A Guy (Produced by ZDot)
15. Behave Yourself – Random Bars (Produced by Nu Klea)
16. Flamzy – Bang Your Head (Instrumental)
17. J Beatz – Rowdy Riddim Remix (Instrumental)
18. Shiftz Beatz – Fame (Instrumental)
19. Flamzy – Shut Up (Instrumental)
20. J Beatz – Firearms (Instrumental)
21. Shiftz Beatz – Deep In Da Bitz (Instrumental)
22. Flamzy – Nasty (Instrumental)
23. J Beatz – Head Screwed On (Instrumental)
24. Shiftz Beatz – Funky (Instrumental)
All that for £5 !!! Are you crazy ! DO NOT sleep on this one trust me. If you don’t believe these guys are any good then check out
- Untitled – Misconceptions Review
- J Beatz – The Crown Jules E.P
- Untitled – I Am What I Am: Februrary, April & June.
And if you STILL aint convinced check this out
Plus, I got this earler
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So, on July the 14th get down to your local stockists and buy Behave Yourself – Entity !!!
Pre Order it here
So today, Frankz decided to let me have a go at this section of the blog! I had several ideas, but I’ll won’t share, i’ll let them stay for a diferent day. Then I thought of maybe doing a beat. And then it hit me. One of my favourite instrumentals ever was the beat for one of my favourite songs ever (not in just grime, ALL genres). So todays classic is Kano – Get Set feat. Ghetto, Big Seac, Demon and Doctor, produced by Low Deep! The beat is classic. The bars are classic. It’s tunes like this which make me wish Big Seac spat more often. So no more chit-chat-shit, check out the tune itself… enjoy!
Newham Generals – Frontline
Another great classic here, posted this one for the beat as well, Big E-D done alot. Shows why Footsie and D Dobule E are often considered as two of the best in the scene .
Yep, that’s right, yet another SB.TV episode. This time featuring 4 of the UK’s biggest rappers at the moment in the form of Fem Fel, Fix Dot’M, Margs & Youngsta. Also in there is a little freestyle from top MC Ghetts. .
You may remember Solo from grime collective N.A.A, this is his latest CD, NoBehaviour. Downlaod it now, it’s quite good. Download here:
*Bonus* Join his facebook group and invite your friends until there are 1 thousand members. As a reward you’ll get his old mix CD’s plus a brand new free download !! Facebook away people. Oh yeah (http://www.facebook.com/Frankstah )
Missed out yesterday’s one, felt like absolute crap so there’s two for ya today
Lethal Bizzle – Pow
If it wasn’t for Wiley’s “Eskimo” I probably would’ve called this the greatest grime tune ever. Yes, EVER. Dexplicit’s ear drum eliminating beat combined with several top MC’s bars was enough to drive people into picking up there possesions and throwing them violently at anything/anyone in their path. Even today when this is played at a party I have to get up and do my watch-me-’cos-I-know-all-the-words bit. Especially when it comes to Napper’s legendary “I’llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll CRACK YOUR SKULL”.
And now for the second of today’s classical portion
Dizzee Rascal – Stop Dat
More of a personal choice there really. Number 32 on my most played songs EVER. Another of those I could spit from start to end. The lyrics have been remixed and used loads of times (SEE: P Money – P Is A Rascal). I love this song deerly. The beats, the bars and the brilliant album on which it came from (Boy In Da Corner).
So for today folks, that’s the way the cookie crumbles.
I chose that title because I’ve just finished listening to Tinchy Stryder’s current in store CD “Stryder Vs Maniac”. Since that release the “pint-sized” MC from Bow has been supremely busy, trying his hardest to cement Grime into a more, let’s say, wider audienced category. Along that winding road has come 3 attempts. “Stryderman” didn’t reach the top 10, however it was playlisted on National daytime radio 1 (Props to Jo Whiley). “Take Me Back” enlisted the help of worldwide sucess story Taio Cruz and that got much further then Stryderman. And after that, “Cloud-9 Strydes” finnaly hit the big-time, getting a national Number 1 with N-Dubz’ Dappy on top song “Number 1″ (Didn’t see that one coming did you ?). So, with one number one already in the bag, what’s next for Stryderman ?
That is. Amelle from pop collective Sugababes provides nice vocals to Tinchy’s latest single “Never Leave You”, dropping on the 13th of August. Listening carefully enough will show you that, a female isn’t the object of Tinchy’s lyrics here, it is the grime scene. Is there anyone else pushing the scene as far at the moment ? They’re invisible if so. Download Tinchy’s brand new “Star In The Hood” EP now, by clicking the above picture or the link below. .
Big up South London MC Blacks who evidently has been putting in work with his latest project “1.5″. The promo is out to bulid hype for his forthcoming CD “Sick Individual” and it features some of House Of Grime’s own affilates Ardest Barrers and Germz. Make sure you listen to the Logan Sama set at the end featuring himself with P Money and Little Dee. Also skip to “Is He Real” and “Slump Man” (over Nocturnals – Don’t Phone Me). Peace.