LORD OF THE MICS SETS SAIL FOR VOLUME 8

Lord Of The Mics is synonymous with Grime. It’s just about as Grime as Jammer’s basement, Nike Air Max or the Adenuga family. For almost 20 years now the brand has provided a platform for up-and-coming UK talent to show the rest of the scene what they’re made of. Beginning as a DVD box set…

YOUR GUIDE TO BORN & BRED – HAGGERSTON

Rinse FM have been at the heart of London’s underground music scene for as long as we can remember; starting life as a pirate radio station which has snowballed ever since its birth twelve years ago. This summer will see the institution align with Born & Bred festival for a two-day weekender [June 4 –…

JAMMER – BARS

Boy Better Know’s Jammer releases the factually-titled ‘Bars’.  On the track, Jammer accuses other MCs of hiding behind big hooks.  ‘Bars’ sees Jammer lead by example, spitting for the duration almost uninterrupted.  The Twenty8Hurtz-produced instrumental pairs brilliantly with the dark visual, which centres around an ominously backlit performance from the Grime veteran.  Stream below via YouTube, click here to download from iTunes.

JAMMER – ROYAL RUMBLE [VIDEO]

Jammer’s ‘Royal Rumble‘ might just Grime’s finest collaborative moment since Lethal Bizzle’s ‘Pow’ series.  The track features the likes of Footsie, D Double E, Hyper, Bruza, Lethal Bizzle, Royal, Face and Jendor, all of whom feature in the track’s new video.  Released in support of ‘Lord Of The Mics 7’ [September 25], it’s an onslaught from…

JAMMER – ROYAL RUMBLE

With less than a month to go until Lord of the Mics returns in its seventh incarnation [September 23], one of its founding member’s Jammer releases ‘Royal Rumble’.  The track is a start-studded affair, featuring D Double E, Footsie, Lethal B, Hype, Blacks, Jendor, Shorty, Bruza, Ears, Face and Royal alongside the man himself.  “It’s…

WILEY – SNAKES & LADDERS

Featuring lead single ‘On A Level‘ as well as contributions from the likes of JME, Cam’Ron, Chip & more, Wiley releases his latest album ‘Snakes & Ladders’.  Originally slated to be his last [a rumour which he recently put to bed], the album represents Wiley’s ‘Magnum Opus’, and even comes with its own Grime version of…