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Hypes - Energy Overload 12" [Nonstop Recordz]
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Saturday, 16 June 2012
Hypes - Energy Overload 12" [Nonstop Recordz]Energy! Energy! Energy! That's the call, as hypes attacks this Deeco produced banger. Fresh off the back of a flawless Lord Of The Mics 3 battle Hypes is setting himself up for the release of his first official single, the infectious 'Energy Overload' - currently being supported by DJ Cameo BBC 1Xtra.

Manchester's Hypes does exactly that for just over three minutes, creating a furious flurry of verbs that bounce tightly along this bubbling grime banger that's bound to get plenty of forwards in the clubs!

Although only still very young Hypes isn't new to this, he's already had a top three track in the BBC 1Xtra charts, the posse cut 'Drop The Funk' was also playlisted by the station too. Hes supported Tinie Tempah, Dizzie Rascal, Ghetts, Chipmunk, Giggs and Royce Da 5'9.

The godfather of Grime himself Wiley also recently picked out Hypes as one to watch tweeting - "Hypes from Manchester you are showing signs of a great now".

Do believe the Hypes!

Release Date: 6th August 2012





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