Renowned South West London, UK artist-producer Nutty P drops his new single Communic8, the debut release from his forthcoming EP The Big Smoke. Evoking the first taste of a dizzying, deep connection with his new found 'ride or die', Nutty is in fiery, forthright pursuit of his lover, finally able to 'talk and chop'.
For most he needs no introduction but for those of you that have been sleeping Big Cakes is an artist that is on his positive grind, this guy puts in the work... countless you tube videos, numerous albums and EPs and they’re all worth a watch and listen. He takes some time out from his seemingly busy schedule to talk to us here at BHH.co.uk.
Bass Music / Escapism is more than a music album. It's a sixteen-track journey. A f*cking loud journey best made with your head placed neatly between two subwoofers, eyes closed. A journey through the raves, festivals, carnivals and stage shows of Inja's daily routine. Into the sweet, unadulterated blast of pleasure known to us as Bass. Undoubtedly man's finest invention since the wheel.
With over a dozen exclusives, Volume 4 of Certified Banger’s ‘On The Radar’ downloads proves that the series is going from strength to strength. Volume 4 features 20 tracks of strictly British Hip Hop from rappers and producers from around the Kingdom.
WordPlay is among the absolute zenith of British MCs that are carrying more than their fair weight of intellect and integrity that keeps this scene rolling. Well recognised for his work with rapper Lowkey; Wordplay matches lyrical flow with mental faculty, conscious content with brilliant beats.
We were a bit late catching on to this night, but now that we know about it we had better spread the info. On previous nights the Sensei FM DJs have played and tomorrow we have Reain, Nutty P and Suspense MC taking part in the Freestyle sessions with a live band.
His first official album, 'Dear Listener' is an extremely honest and distinctly fresh project, laden with world class production from Scram Jones (Mariah Carey / G Unit), Styalz Fuego (Chamillionaire / Busta Rhymes), Q-Tones (Lil Wayne) and more.