Terror Danjah – Bipolar.

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Terror Danjah has killed weaker men, and I have no doubt he is going to kill again, so when I put ‘Bi-Polar’ on I didn’t have high hopes for my own mortality. Luckily years of Wu Tang and Call Of Duty marathons have hardened me to withstand the grime aberrations that channel out causing everyone around to break out feverishly in mad skanking and ciphering. This is a standard Terror Danjah release, standard that it brings the goods and puts a lot of heads to shame. Wonky leads over a unforgiving 2 step rhythm while still lingering around that pungent grime stench. Terror Danjah has been bubbling under at what seems like his own discretion, in no mood to jump across the river alongside other contemporaries, and all credit to him, he is the unique sound that still means we should care about the grime underground. He hasn’t become subservient to the new Dubstep overlord, but he hasn’t ignored it’s influence it either, it’s that shuffle of Dre’ G funk and Joker’s unique voice battling it out but not comprising that savage edge we love grime for. I could try and compare for hours but it’s his own sound that makes him the underground veteran legend that he is. Saying that, this isn’t relatively his strongest production joint, but it’s a good introduction to the world of Terror Danjah and his prodigious talent, in what is hopefully a year that means he will turn more heads. The future hopefully holds a few a competent rappers to make these beats their own. To sum it up, this is a solid record that will satisfy anyone already a fan of 2step and all it’s offshoots, but for anyone that been painfully unaware of him, let it be the wake up call to discover his genius.

words Wazid Abdur.

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