The last few years have proven to be some of the finest in the history of British hip-hop, with the ever increasing number of solid emcees emerging, and with them some premier independent record labels that continue to flourish with every passing day. The sheer volume of commendable releases from last year alone was a sure sign that things only continue to get bigger and better for UK hip-hop enthusiasts, and that someday soon hopefully the mainstream industry will catch up and wise up to what they've been missing out on.
At the tail end of 09, Dubbledge dropped the incredible 'One Inch Punch' Mix-CD, which saw the emcee bring an entire LP worth of lyrical heat over the mid-90s most loved hip-hop instrumentals. But you wanted more - the heads demanded some material over original beats, and boy, does Edge deliver. To bridge the gap before the album proper drops (with some very big surprise guest producers), here are two bangers that will surely whet the appetite for the impending madness of his sophmore LP.
One of the most accomplished lyricists in this country, Kyza has blessed both stage and song with his scene stealing verses. With an impeccable flow, and the ability to interweave intelligent story telling rhymes whilst keeping it road, Kyza is a force to be reckoned with.