Skirmish drops a heavy dose of nostalgia, taking you straight back to the golden days of of mid-90's Hip Hop as he effortlessly flows and details influences close to his heart over a smooth, head-nodding beat by Manage. Bursting with sentimentality and summer-like feel good vibes.
Tight is a Gee Bag track produced by Mike Flips. There is a definite ATCQ feel to the instrumental with the jazzy vibe and specific snare sound, the track is dedicated to Phife as well. Gee outlines how he has his shiz on lock and all his output is on point.
eMCee Killa sets out to unleash vengeance and settle scores with the latest release from the Lab79 camp. "The Turnaround" see's Killa at his most vicious with his aggressive lyricism and barbed delivery accompanied by Manage who's on hand to supply the haunting beat in his unmatched, gritty style of production.
A new collaboration from powerful lyricist Apex Zero and Manage on the beats. Apex Zero's sharp insights and unmatchable flow paired with Manage's atmospheric, gritty sound forge a double-time boom-bap banger equally hard hitting in its energy and message.
Lab79 brings it super hard again with a banging offering comprising the main partners from the label. Reain, Manage and Skirmish all drop it heavy. The track Notes is also adorned with cuts by Fidel Cutstro.
eMCee Killa, Manage, Skirmish and Conflix team up on 'Pieces'. A veritable super group comprised of members from Caxton Press, Rhyme Asylum and Chain Of Command.
Phoenix Da Icefire and Strange Neighbour – Expendables ft. Logic, Verb T, Fliptrix, Kyza, Cappo & More
Phoenix Da Icefire and The Strange Neighbour 'Expendables' Lifted from 'Cinematic' out now and available from Revorg Records.
Croydon based rap outfit TPS Fam have steadily been etching their name into the tapestry of UK hip-hop over recent years. Their 2012 sophomore album The Big Q.P was widely well received, firmly cementing them as a stand-out talking point, amongst a modern industry that often seems somewhat hindered by an overabundance of emerging mediocrity.
As a third of Croydon's infamous TPS Fam, Big Toast has been a familiar face on the British Hip Hop scene for several years. A regular at open mics as well as numerous shows and festivals across the country, his highly technical rhymes have gained him a reputation as an exceptionally skilled MC.