Pathways Of The Prolific is the first single or Ray Vendetta's new project GMBMEE. The classic boom bap sound is in sync with Ray's classic style, so Tommy Birtles decided to come with a 4:3 colourfully stylised visual, reminiscent of the days of VHS. Make sure you cop Ray's new project for a trip back to the sonics of the 90s.
UK Rap band New Guardz' brand new single is the latest taken from the project "TRIBE" and is produced by versatile UK producer Session600. Shot by Sam Charlesworth, it is a summer anthem about enjoying those rare sunny times in the UK, set to a wavy trapsoul instrumental which introduces you to each member of the Guardz.
Hear All That is the latest single from prolific grime MC Row D. Row D fires out bars over cold production by Levlz, discussing how he's had to grow as a person and an artist simultaneously. This is the second single Row D has dropped recently off his upcoming project Growth, and I'm sure we will hear some more very soon!
'Pay Me' is the long awaited first single from London based supergroup New Guardz debut album Tribe. This track features three Veteran MC's from the Guardz: Mas Law, K Zorro and Allstar Stacks, who team up with Beat Boss champion Grime producer Lewi B for this absolute stomper; directed, filmed and edited by Guardz member Tommy Biz.
First single drop from the upcoming collaborative EP by Archetype X FlowTecs together called Archetecs. Heavy track, dope bars, classy video shot in the city by Tommy Birtles. This pair will be a duo to check in the future.
An impromptu shoot on a saturday morning with the New Guardz ninja Allstar Stacks led to this gritty visual for the opening track Feast, from his 2020 album Rare Breed. On this project, Stacks moved away from his signature boom bap sound to experiment with some of the more current hip hop sounds; the result was nothing short of dope!
Symphony Of The Fallen is the second visual release from New Guardz soldier Ray Vendetta's new project Son of Floyd. This moody visual directed by Tommy Birtles pays homage to the dead as well as a display of bleak social commentary on London street life.
This is the first full music video lifted from London MC Tesla's Ghost's new album: Amaahl Farouk. In fact it is a double feature; two tracks back to back - Dark and grimey Propheta followed by the virtually accapella Weapons Bay. Both contain barrages of dark bars in Tesla's Ghost's classic style of rhyme over head-bopping authentic hip hop sounds.