SKEPTA – WISH YOU WERE HERE

Popcorn at the ready.  Skepta drops a new track ‘Wish You Were Here’, a diss track explicitly aimed at fellow Grime legend Wiley, who recently took aim at Skepta for collaborating with Dizzee Rascal, with whom Wiley has long since had beef.  The new track riffs on the fact that Wiley [famed for his no-shows]…

SKEPTA – PURE WATER

Last Halloween Skepta gifted us the ‘Vicious‘ EP.  This year he’s dropped off a new video for May’s standalone single ‘Pure Water‘.  It’s a mostly black-and-white [and occasionally red] clip that sees Skepta, well, cleaning his teeth and taking a bath – but probably not in the same settings you and I might.  Stream below via…

DIZZEE RASCAL – DON’T GAS ME EP

Following the release of Skepta-assisted singe ‘Money Right‘, Dizzee Rascal releases new EP ‘Don’t Gas Me’.  His first release since sixth studio album ‘RASKIT’ is a switch in style, with Dizzee switching to upbeat Garage beats in the main.  Speaking to Julie Adenuga on Beats 1, Dizzee said “you’re just getting the whole me… it’s…

DIZZEE RASCAL – MONEY RIGHT [FT. SKEPTA]

Dizzee Rascal reveals details of a new EP entitled ‘Don’t Gas Me’ [September 14] with a new track ‘Money Right’, which sees him collaborate with fellow Grime kingpin Skepta for the very first time.  The first new drop from Dizzee since his sixth studio album and return to form ‘Raskit‘ is based on David Sylvian’s piano…

A$AP ROCKY FT. SKEPTA – PRAISE THE LORD [DA SHINE]

‘Praise The Lord [Da Shine]’ quickly became a fan favourite following the release of A$AP Rocky’s new album ‘TESTING’. The New York native now drops a video for the Skepta-featured track, which connects the cultures of New York City and London with a split screen visual courtesy of director Dexter Navy. Stream below via YouTube.

SKEPTA – PURE WATER

Skepta sparks rumours of a 2018 album release with new track ‘Pure Water.’  The signs are there; a GQ cover, a top billing at this year’s Lovebox festival, the list goes on, but Skepta’s first release as a Nigerian chief feels a little throwaway.  While the hard, minimalist Grime beat is up there with the…

D DOUBLE E – NANG [FT. SKEPTA]

Despite being a bonafide household name in the Grime scene, BBK veteran D Double E has never released a solo album.  Ever.  All that is about to change, however, as he readies his debut LP ‘Jackuum!’ for release this month.  New track ‘Nang’ is more than enough to whet the appetite for now; recruiting Footsie…