Blah Records are back with the release of Milkavelli's latest entitled Run It. For this one, Enfield, North London, 616 and DvlGng member Mikavelli he has linked with Playboi Carti and Lee Scott. Playboi Carti drops on the chorus of this ambient type track.
Watch the official music video 'YeaYeaYea' by London MC Stinkin Slumrok produced by Lee Scott and Jack Chard. A full on Blah Records grouping and is what you would expect. Serious track here. Taken from 'Stink-O-Vision' which is also entirely produced by Lee Scott and Jack Chard, coming soon!
Lee Scott and Hyroglifics are back again with a three track bumper edition video. Entitled Don't Watch This In The Morning Show the first video is for Bonus Money which features Big Leonard. The second is Simple Simonism and the third Tatooine Dreams. Quality stuff from Blah Records and available on Lee Scott's LP [gate clicks shut].
Watch the official music video for 'Inner Ramblings' by Lee Scott. Released via Blah Records this is definitely up to par and sees Lee arguing with himself. Dr Scott raps, "Maybe we should go our separate ways and spread our wings a bit instead of living in this head" and with lines like that you can tell the levels this track is working on.
Nottingham based artist with Sicilian heritage, Franky Bones jumps off with Blah Records. The track and video for 'Couple Bucks' bounces between the realms of Jazz, Hip Hop, Neo-soul. Both rapping and singing the song switches up genres and vibes.
Watch the official music video 'Meedat' by Bisk featuring Sleazy F Baby and Black Josh produced by Leeds' Jack Danz. An immense slow tempo burner with a obese rumbling bassline. Lazy, mumbled raps from Bisk. Other MCs come harder, but its still welcome to see Blah Records back on the case after several months away.
After a few months hiatus Blah Records is back with a dark and brooding offering from Lee Scott and Bristol based artist Hyroglifics. This is a more standard classic Hip Hop track with a simple piano loop and transposition as well as a murky beat. This makes A Most Difficult Path a severe head nodder which will go on repeat.