Frisco, Skepta, Jammer, JME and Shorty perform Red Card live on The Den live stream series.
'Red Card' featuring Boy Better Know. Taken from Frisco's upcoming album The Familiar Stranger out 16th October.
Home grown grime collective Boy Better Know smashed the decibel metre during last night's Red Bull Culture Clash at London's Wembley Arena to be crowned 2012 champion by hosts Tim Westwood and Gemma Cairney. The sound of London's streets was victorious, beating loud and heavy competition from Major Lazer, Annie Mac Presents Magnetic Man and Channel One.
Currently enjoying the most successful era of his career following the #1 smash hit 'Heatwave', the godfather of grime Wiley has now confirmed details of a 'Boy Better Know presents' tour alongside Skepta and JME, both of whom feature on his current hit single 'Can You Hear Me? (ayayaya)'.
Urban music drama series, Dubplate Drama, has been re commissioned by Channel 4 and MTV to produce 12 half hour episodes for an autumn 2007 airing. The world’s first viewer led interactive multi platform television show which premiered in 2005 on Sony Playstation’s PSP will be shown on Channel 4, E4, 4 On Demand, MTV UK One, MTV Base, MySpace and all mobile networks from Thursday September 20th.
Urban singer song writing sensation Ny (pronounced - nie) is set to establish herself in 2007 as one of the leading lights of UK music with her new street album, Split Endz Volume 2. Fusing grime, UK garage, R&B, hip hop and rock, Ny is blazing a trail on the traditionally male dominated urban underground, so much so that Mutya Buena has name checked her as one of the UKs current leading females alongside Joss Stone and Amy Winehouse.
Anyone who claims to have their ear firmly to the ground as far those hot prospects on the UK urban unsigned scene go should no doubt then have already heard of Nyomi Gray. Already at the tender age of 20 Nyomi who goes by the performer name NY and who was born and raised in Kentish Town North London, has made quite a profound impression and by all accounts is close to translating this success into the mainstream.
Wiley, the pioneer, the founding father, the maverick, the relentless innovator, releases his brand new (and possibly last) album on Monday June 4th. A blazing return to the experimental crucible of the East London music known as grime, "Playtime Is Over" offers everything that is most brutal, cutting edge, funny, clever, terrifying and moving about the sound and the world which created it.