“Lord knows what he’s come for, but it looks like we’re done for” - don’t panic, the South Yorkshire fire-starter Kid Acne remains epic when going up against West Midlands one-to-watch Taja for the second track taken from his forthcoming album ‘Null And Void’.
No need to fear Friday the 13th, its the day when Kid Acne gets to testing 'Transistors', the first single taken from his new album 'Null And Void'. Joined by East London firebrand Jaz Kahina and Nottingham's Vandal Savage of the infamous VVV syndicate (alongside Juga-Naut and Cappo), 'Transistors' has Chicago producer Spectacular Diagnostics tuning up bouncy, horn-lead funk.
Braggadocios bars, intricate wordplay and exquisite storytelling, brought together by strong production courtesy of Jehst, result in an album of the year contender. Is Kubrick a concept album? Would it even be possible to create a concept album around the work of Stanley Kubrick, a man with a multi-layered, almost cryptic body of work?
Stig Of The Dump is proud to answer the year's most burning pop-culture question: What would Adele's "Someone Like You" have sounded like were she an angry drunk? This all important revelation comes in the form of the song "One", which you can handily listen to as part of the rapper Stig's new Cannon Fodder EP.
UK rap legend Dr Syntax is back with Benny Huge, his long-awaited second solo album on Dented Records. From the massive fanfare opener Standard Procedure through to the epic prog rock-sampling finale The Bird Has Flown, its clear that Syntax has delivered a phenomenal sophomore release easily worthy of its predecessor, 2007's critically acclaimed Self Taught (named one of Hip Hop Connection's top 50 UK albums of all time).
You bumped the disgusting banger of a lead single I Got Game in your battered old motor, slapping about a poor civilian to its no-holds-barred lyricism, but finally, after a staggering wait the brand new album from Stig Of The Dump is here. And if you are expecting an album of insane wordplay, unparalleled delivery and ferocious production you will not be disappointed in the slightest.
You’ve been waiting on this record for what seems like an eternity, and finally, it is here. The brand new single from the most uncompromisingly brutal lyricist in the biz, Stig Of The Dump has arrived, complete with a punch so hard its already knocked out five postmen on its way to your doormat.