Just so you are informed this is Spida Lee rebranded and he is now called Kemestry. With his distinct and unmistakable Yorkshire accent, No Respect No Manners is his new banger.
The single has a dark and menacing feel to it, with J Bravo‘s beat being the perfect head nodder for Kemetstry to project his flow and bars.
Clever wordplay and introspective lyrics are bursting out across the single, complimented with a hook that will stick in your mind with its infectious and catchy structure.
When asked about changing te name of the track Kemetstry responded, “I changed the name of the track to ‘No Respect No manners’ as I wanted a gritty sounding name to go with it. If you ever chill with me and we’re bussing jokes and banter, my catchphrase is “you got no f**king manners or respect!”.
An artist who has paved a successful career by maintaining his originality and individualism, the Huddersfield emcee’s latest release has that underground, gritty boom-bap sound. The single also coincides with the launch of his clothing label, giving away merchandize via radio and social media to help promote the single.
Paying homage to that unmistakeable sound of the 1990s, the song exploits his distinctive accent and flow structure, with lines such as, “I don’t follow these mans on road / it’s ya local council that own ya post code, so why would I rep’ something that I don’t own”.
Kemetstry is no stranger to having his fair share of success. Having starting his career in 2006 with Beat Butcha produced ‘Verbal Assassin’, he’s continued on a path that has seen support from Radio 1Xtra, Kiss FM, Choice FM (now Capital Xtra) and more.
The video for the track gained airtime on MTV Base ‘From the Endz’ and Channel U and even was placed in Shorty Blitz’ top ten singles in Hip Hop Connection magazine.
Since then, Kemetstry has embarked on nation wide tours, formed his own clothing line, and supported acts such as Akala, Pharaohe Monch, KRS One, Klashnekoff Killa Priest (Wu-Tang Clan), Rodney P & Skitz, Task Force, Fat Lip (The Pharcyde), Beatnutz, General Levy and Fore.
Produced by: J Bravo
Video filmed and edited by: Mills Visuals