Tag Archives: Grime
New tunes from Wiley, J2K, MC Fem Fel, Tempz, Brandy, Caspa all put together in Nasy’s inimitable style.
Taking a dark, organic approach on east London grime MC ‘Trim’s’ track Notice Now, the vocal manipulation and generally soundscape atmospheres really out a different musically message to the original fast paced grime staple.
A review and free download of one half of Newham General’s (Footsie, not D Double) latest jam.
Kwam is an MC from Alien Muzik, a collective consisting of Rival, Marger, Rudekid and others. A collective who amongst others such as Family Tree and Butterz are breathing life into grime, each one bringing different things to the table like some kind of Grime Triforce.
For our third playlist we’ve got some party crankers, some noisy punk and some souled out slow jams – light a candle, get the vibes going and enjoy with a glass of lambrini.
Regardless of any supposed rifts between Capital FM’s’ ‘Grime Superstars’ and that boy, Adewale, from two doors down, whose just keeping it real by probably being the only ‘Five Star General’ I know of, that collects job-seekers to spend on pot/Xbox live.
This is part of a regular feature I want to get going, where we chat to all the grime artists we rate in the scene, about all things grime and what exactly a ‘roadman’ is, and why you want to ‘duppy’ him. Originally through that grime institution, MSN, to get a nice flowing interview going, and basically for me not to have to trek to Lewisham
Wayne is back to tell you all about some more things about the world that fuck him off. Maybe if he was mayor rather than the man who thinks you rugby tackle people in football we’d have public transport that wasn’t fucking terrible.
If anyone’s earned the tag of ‘Mad Skillz’ it’s grime aficionados Elijah and Skilliam, for having easily one of the best shows on Rinse FM, running aspiring grime label behemoth Butterz and banging out some of the essential mixes in the grimosphere, and this isn’t even arbitrary arselicking.
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