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.
The philosophers have been asking themselves the wrong question. It isn't does God play dice? we should be worrying about, but does Wiley play snakes and ladders? The answer is, of course, yes. But like everything Wiley does, he doesn't just play a bit of snakes and ladders, any more than he just raps a bit, or just has the odd minor disagreement, or posts the occasional amusing Tweet. When Wiley plays snakes and ladders he plays it on the cosmic scale, he plays it with his whole career, his whole life.
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)'.
This Is UK Rap Vol. 1 will be the first in a series of compilations bringing together the hottest rappers on a two disc spectacular full of hard beats, real lyrics and street defining tales. This Is UK Rap Vol 1 features the most respected names on the UK Rap / Hip-hop scene, whose buzz, street credibility and talent are undeniable.
Fresh from signing a distribution deal with Essential Music & Marketing, South London rapper Fem Fel released his debut album Eyes Closed on 27 June 2011. The first single taken from Eyes Closed Runnin (produced by Rymez, featuring Lily McKenzie) was released in December 2010, with follow up viral sensation Put It In A Bag (produced by Dan Dare, featuring Blade Brown) in January 2011. The rap / club track featured video appearances by various artists including Skepta, Tinie Tempah, Giggs and G FrSH. Put It In A Bag's catchy hook and clever wordplay created one of the most quoted rap tracks of the year so far and made Ace & Vis 'Top 4 tracks of the week'.
There are certain Grime artists who have matured the genre into something listenable. Some of those artists (Wiley, Asher D, Wretch 32, Bashy, Virus Syndicate and Skepta) are assembled on HHB Radio’s ‘Grime’ mix CD. Other artist on this CD generally fit into the mature mould although there are a couple of Channel U moments, ya get me?