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Blaktrix - Sour Grapes MP3 [Skreemer Records / Associated Minds]
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Thursday, 09 June 2011
Blaktrix - Sour Grapes MP3 [Skreemer Records / Associated Minds]Blaktrix is back with this bass stomping banger from the forthcoming album Some People Never Go Crazy. With Exeter's First Aid (producer of Devon Cream ft Million Dan, MC D and Rodney P) on production dropping a wobble that shakes like Queen Latifah's ass Blaktrix reminds the listener why he leads the field when flipping the mic while everyone else is drinking dry wine, sucking bitter lemons and chomping on sour grapes.

Having already received support and acclaim from the likes of BBC Radio 1, 1xtra (where he was Ras Kwame's Homegrown Winner for three consecutive weeks), BBC Wales, DJ Magazine, Hip-Hop Connection, and more, Blaktrix is often praised as one of UK hip-hop's leading ambassadors. His previous single release No Drama was a storming success, with the video on YouTube enjoying a huge following. Sour Grapes looks set to continue in that vein of appreciation.

Released: 25th July 2011

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