Hackney resident Frenzy released a new record called “High Vis” via SoundCloud, which follows up the previously released “Eurostar.” “High Vis” starts with an introduction in which Frenzy states, “I’ve been there, I’ve done that. It’s all me” as a precursor to what is to come. Frenzy uses “High Vis” to proclaim that the journey . . .
West London emcee E.Mak brings some heat to December with the release of his first official single, “Yo.” The song features North West London rapper Big Zeeks. The two channel their Caribbean roots on this reggae-influenced new cut. The pair have been performing this record all throughout England, most notably at the London Carnival. . . .
Rapper and model Dylan Williams has released visuals for “Be Scared,” which is taken from Dylan’s forthcoming project, DRiP. The project is set to release on Friday, December 16th. We caught up with Dylan to find out what the inspiration behind “Be Scared.” He stated: “I just felt like I needed to get some things . . .
“Have everyone dressed in black like I came trying to unlock a new character.” South London-based emcee Dave released his debut project on September 30th after rising from the underground UK grime and rap scene, thanks to a series of viral freestyle video highlighted the teenagers talent. “Six Paths” drops with perfect timing for the . . .
Scorcher follows up his joint EP with Splurgeboy member Rocket with new grime single “99 Riddim (My Ting).” Scorcher catapults us back to grime days gone with his new record as he enlists the help of fellow Movement members Ghetts & Mercston to surf over the Ruff Squad production (Scholar). “99 Riddim (My Ting)” takes . . .
“507 Francis Street” is the latest record from London-based emcee Jords, who is celebrating his 22nd birthday. Featuring an instantly recognizable Teedra Moses sample, “507 Francis Street” is the first song Jords has released since getting recognition from Ne-Yo for his collaboration with Sonna Relle. Jords showcases his trademark delivery as he reflects on his . . .
“The Way” is West London emcee’s E. Mak latest record, which follows up the previously released “How You Feel.” The last few months have been a time of development and growth for him, as he has been on the road supporting his 6 Figure Music teammate TE dness on the Section Boyz Tour. Now he is back in . . .
Simple, but effective. That’s how I would describe Isaac Danquah‘s newest visuals with East London rap duo PBGR, “Ace Boogie.” The character of the same name from the classic film Paid In Full is used as a influence, making for a relatable record. Sliding shots mixing with rotation are the order of the day as . . .
Sanctuary Sounds is a monthly playlist curated by the minds behind Sanctuary LDN, with the purpose of featuring fresh tracks from the United Kingdom underground. Sanctuary LDN was birthed with the vision of creating a platform to showcase the best parts of the UK music culture. This month’s playlist consists of records from J Flowz, PBGR, Youngs Teflon, E.Mak and . . .
Shoreditch, London-based emcee Alista Marq collaborates with producer Stevie Dutch to bring us a melodic rap composition called “Vice.” This song finds Alista Marq at his storytelling best, as he delivers a narrative through music.. “Vice” is set to a good vibe production that moves and sways much like the tale of love and affection Alista Marq speaks of. Alista details . . .
North London rapper Shocka, known for his part in UK Grime group Marvell, has recently re-emerged after a length hiatus and is now actively pursuing a solo career. Shocka was seen as the punchline rapper in the trio (Marvell) often giving us metaphors within metaphors. Shocka keeps up the momentum with his latest release, “What Happened . . .
Levelle London initially made his name with soulful R&B records, which had listeners infatuated with his voice and vocal range. However, in recent times Levelle has altered his sound quite a bit, fusing his soulful elements with trap-heavy production. We were first introduced to this new sound via “Three Corners.” “Shooter” shows Levelle’s maturity both in his personal . . .
Ralph Hardy Founder of NANG, a collective dedicated to promoting and highlighting underground musical talent, releases Growing Pains, a 23-track compilation project featuring some of the hottest talent the United Kingdom underground music scene has to offer. Oh and did I forget to mention that all of these tracks are exclusives? Ralph Hardy has been sure to . . .
South London Rapper Bonkaz, fresh off of his recent record deal with Sony’s Pitched Up imprint, releases brand new video for “Pretty Brown Eyes / Run Out The Ends,” taken from his Forgive Me When I’m Famous EP. Bonkaz showcases both ends of his personality on this new two-part record. “Pretty Brown Eyes,” produced by Wizzy Wow . . .
Hackney native and IDreamBigUK member SNE releases visuals to his latest record, “Trillest.” This record sees SNE collaborate with J-Flowz to deliver energetic and skippy flows over a hard-hitting, slow tempo production. Pirate Lens Media brings life to this record with a minimalist, black-and-white film that captures the gritty and raw nature of East London and . . .