It’s all about supporting where you’re from, so that’s why were pointing you in the direction of this homegrown banger from one of UK Hip-Hop’s most well known names, Dotz; along with Peterz who form Filthy Funk.
Drake and the Game’s new collaborative single “100” is set to appear on the Game’s new album The Documentary 2.
Today, the track’s video surfaced. Directed by Theo Skudra, it features footage of the two rappers amid huge crowds in Compton, along with shots of the neighborhood and its residents.
Late in the video, Drizzy brings a kid to the front of the crowd to perform the hook. Check it out below
This past gone Saturday, in a small part of Queens, New York. Skepta was raining down British fire on hundreds of unsuspected Americans at MoMA PS1. Joined on the line up by names such as Baaeur, Slimzee, Dark0, Tory Lanez, Sicko Mobb & special surprise performances from Novelist and Krept & Konan.
For those that made it in time, the video was premiered simultaneously on a Beats billboard located at 46th and Broadway and in Los Angeles. The cinematic clip is now here for the whole world to see.
DJ Barely Legal has just announced the forming of her new label ‘Pretty Weird’. DJ Barely Legal has been gracing and destroying many a rave for a while now, with her vibrant selection of Grime and everything bass, so it’s only right that she now uses that knowledge to unleash some major releases upon us.
She’s also teased the first release on the label, a track by the mighty Wen, which can be heard on the trailer for Four Tet & Jamie xx’s Essential Mix here.
The South London producer is preparing to release an EP next month via Local Action.
Following on from the amazing ‘It Did Not Feel Right’, Deadboy will return with White Magick and undoubtedly more soothing yet ethereal sounds for us to wrap our ears around.
With JME’s third album on the horizon, him and Logan Sama have joined forces to showcase the world of JME right now.
Hudson Mohawke will release his new album Lantern June 16 via Warp. It features collaborations with Antony, Miguel, and more. (Hudson Mohawke also worked with Antony on his upcoming album Hopelessness.) Check out the tracklist below, along with a creepy album teaser.
Grime pioneer Kano returns with his first official release in nearly three years – a bolshie double A-side titled Hail / New Banger and released in conjunction with this yearsRecord Store Day, on 13th April, 2015.
Produced by Glasgow native Rustie, lead single Hail is accompanied by a gritty, black and white video directed by Rsky Roadz and Kano, that gives a first-person view around the East End streets of London before culminating with a minute-long teaser of it’s counterpart, New Banger.