Malik B says about the track “”I met Mr. Green outside the (Roots) picnic in 2012 while he was doing his Live from the Streets thing… he had a microphone, a speaker, a beat machine and everything all in his lap… like a portable setup…. it was crazy because it kind of reminded me of the way we used to set up on South St. before we got a deal. I was like damn, I need to work with someone like that… That’s what made me gravitate to him and his sound. It’s straight to the point.. it’s on point. Our chemistry is just crazy man… Our chemistry is like algebra.”
Manchester’s Estate Recordings have switched up the flip side again with their next release.
Skittles – In For Me (the remixes)… Taken from his critically acclaimed album, POOR WITH 100 Pound TRAINERS, released in 2012, ‘IN FOR ME’ follows the storm whipped up by Skittles’ collaboration with bad man of the moment DUB PHIZIX. METALHEADZ golden boy JUBEI has reworked the original into a dangerous DNB dance floor destroyer with “NUFF BASS ‘n ‘ARD DRUMS, ‘N A SICK GUITAR SAMPLE ‘n’ THAT…”
On the flip NEED FOR MIRRORS have gone in with a grimy drum driven fump festival of doom… Both of the tunes are, of course, heavily laden with SKITTLES trademark precision lyrics taking a bite out of the music industry. SHADOW…
UK producer Zaheer has been making big moves in the past year culminating this summer with the opportunity to perform at Reading Festival. Here’s the footage shot by the BBC featuring Zaheer and his team of musicians and MC’s.
Zaheer – Boycott (with Abiade) Live at Reading Festival 2013
Symm and Tha Professa return with another vibe from “Cell Therapy”, this time bringing an awareness of supreme health in hip-hop form. On Cell Therapy (Lemon Water), Symmetry teaches how to get “Shing Shing Sharp” using just two resources….Tha Professa provides the mood for this melodic medicine.
This is the title track of Fdot1’s next album ‘I’m A Rebel’. Flo said about the project “From day one, I’ve been the same un-compromising emcee that I am now today. Always going against the grain, speaking my mind and what I feel in my heart. I do it for Hip-Hop…….”
Look out for new material and an official video for this track coming soon from Fdot1, you can be sure we’ll be repping it here at HHL&T!!!
The talented Asabi Hawah from the 7Suns band plays the backing to this track and showcases great musical talent. Raggo Zulu Rebel returns with yet another hot verse to extend the summer heat for as long as possible.