After a long hiatus Dubbledge is back with this Chase And Status produced banger! Ok so you may have heard a Mr Tempah rip up the same riddim recently but the track was originally given to Dubbledge by the super producer duo. Rumour has it Chase And Status only produced a Hip Hop track to prove they could before they moved back to their more usual genres.
After years of establishing himself as one of leading producers in the UK hip hop scene, Beat Butcha has been working hard on solidifying his name in the US. Via a wide range of work producing for Sean Price, Tony Yayo, Danny Brown, Havoc of Mobb Deep, Mac Miller, Canibus, Souljah Boy, and many more.
Didn't have time to do it, but I just checked out DJ Woody's Technicolour Tape which he has made available for free download. Woody is the best DJ to never get the recognition he deserves. This mix starts out with an old electro feel with some nice 80's style rapping and then swifty moves though the genres to end up with a breakbeak mash up which was definitely well worth a listen.
There is a lot of good music dropping at the moment and this Biet Nun track is some of that good stuff. Featuring on the track is Sonny Jim who has droped a few bangers recently. Produced Wizard the track is mid tempo and opens with a nice lot of scratching by Jabba the Kut, before the single finger keyboard notes start and maniacly begin to overlap over a classicly simple equally single fingered slow bassline.
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Hailing from the gritty, poverty stricken streets of America's capitol, 24 year old Quisharn "Baby Sharn" Hamilton brings more than just talent to the hip hop game; she brings authenticity. In this captivating release titled Keep DC Alive, Baby Sharn paints a vivid picture of the unparalleled culture of Washington DC and its surrounding metropolitan areas.
Sir Tomz is a star in the making. this urban music entrepreneur, recording artist, producer and studio engineer is definitely a name to look out for. His hard work ethic and immense focus giving a great sense of uniqueness. Sir Tomz recently re-entered the game after a self-imposed break. This break gave him time to reflect, rebuild and reshape his infrastructure. Tomz is back and he is more serious than ever.
This one goes out to the land of fjords and the northern lights. In honour of their musical movements around the Nordic Lands, Mikey D.O.N and Philly B are proud to present From The UK 2 Norway. On this compilation they bring to your attention some of the UK's finest exports alongside a tuff selection of musical flavours from around the globe to keep your speaker box rockin'.
In typical fashion, Bekay addresses the highlights and lowlights of another year gone by. To close out the decade, the Brooklyn MC spits over J. Cole's "Who Dat" instrumental, making this his 7th consecutive year in review... and quite possibly his best!
Spin Doctor has made an eclectic selection taking in everything from Hip-Hop and classic Soul to Jungle and Reggae to display the great range of tunes that have been keeping The Doctor's Orders dance-floors packed for the last 5 years.
25 year old (Dr) Chima Anya has seen a lot. An avid hip-hop fan since birth he has watched how it has evolved and devolved over the years while simultaneously perfecting his own grasp of the art. As a little late Easter bonus here’s a dope freestyle by Chima over a Flying Lotus remix.
Rap Re-Mixtape Vol.2 released 22/01/10 on Sons of Scotland (S.O.S) contains heavy mainstream tracks remixed by Scotland’s own; 'Drew Devine' aka 'Werd'. Tracks vary on the Mixtape from songs such as 'Do It Like This' that comes with the multi punch line flows, to cheeky remixes like ‘Poker Face’, and even a House of Pain remix 'C*nt Around'.
Dominant G has for a long time been one of our favourite MCs, He’s an unassuming MC who spits nothing but intelligent rhymes in a truly original style and unique flow. He’s not concerned with becoming a star and just gets his head down and works occasionally surfacing at unexpected times with new deliveries of dopeness.
Lee Carabine aka Ryme is 19 years old and comes from a little town in the North East called Redcar. He states that he didn’t achieve much when he was in school and was always getting into fights and trouble. He was in a gang called the KCC were he started getting into deeper trouble, but whilst partying he discovered Hip-Hop and developed a true passion for the music and started to write lyrics based on his life experiences.