Frank B. is straight spitting fire on his new single, ‘Don’t Go’ a surging banger featuring fellow Brooklyn native Fame (of M.O.P.), and boisterous boom bap production from Git Beats (Sean Price, Raekwon, AZ, Cormega).
The Brooklyn rapper, whose ‘Let Me B Frank’ album is finally dropping this year, slaughters the instrumental with wicked wordplay delivered at a blistering pace. He opens and closes “Don’t Go” with rhymes like, “You spit? You full of sh*t/ I’m pullin’ up like a Pamper.” and “Listen what I say bro, you softer than Playdoh/ Me? I’m the fettucini with the alfredo.”
Those lines are just a sampling of what Frank brings to his latest single, which is available now for stream through all digital retailers and streaming platforms. ‘Let Me B Frank’ is due out soon through Frank’s family imprint, Nobel House, via EMPIRE Distribution. The LP is set to include guests appearances by Sticky Fingaz, Rock (Heltah Skeltah) and Nyck Caution (of Pro Era), and boasts production by Dame Grease, Gennessee, Cozmo, Max Perry and of course Git Beats, who produced the majority of the tracks.
After a break from releasing music our Portsmouth brother Spitfire released this gem back in July that he’d been sitting on. It’s not often I get hit up with music that I can relate to every track on the project but that’s what we got here with his EP ‘Redundant Ramblings‘ featuring dope production from Badhabits (Split Prophets, Krate Krusaders) and the iLL cuts we come to expect from DJ Jabbathakut.
Spitfire said about the EP “So after 3/4 years I’m finally releasing this project, it was around this time 4 years ago when I wasn’t in the best of places and after taking some time out to focus on myself , i just didn’t wanna release any music anymore until I ended up making a few more tracks randomly and well here we are….”
Whether you’re a fan of Hip Hop or not, you’re going to find content that you can relate to with this EP as Spitfire lays his soul through his lyrics on the musical pages provided by Badhabits . ‘Redundant Ramblings’ is like a chapter of life that anyone who has been through a dark period or witnessed a friend or family member go through hard times will resonate with.
Salute to Spitfire for this piece of work, this release is largely responsible for the site functioning again and giving me the kick up the arse I needed. I’m just sorry it’s taken me until September to get it repped on here because it deserves your listening attention.
Go check it out and there’s lots more new music in the Spitfire vaults coming soon!
Ahead of his second solo album release but his debut release on his own label, Potent Funk, the good people at UKHH.com linked with the all round badman Dabbla who gives us a teaser of what to expect on the new album, and a little insight in to the making of ‘Death Moves’ dropping on October 1st!
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Airklipz & Edward Splifforhands – ‘Yoga Flame’, Produced By Jimmy Screech is taken from the ‘Vape Life 2.0’ Mixtape.
Filmed and edited by AMS
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Check the new video from Homeboy Sandman & Edan – “#NeverUseTheInternetAgain”. The track is lifted off their joint album ‘Humble Pi’ dropping October 26, 2018 via Stones Throw Records.
“#NeverUseTheInternetAgain” is a timely song that rails against the temptations of the digital world, summed up in the lines “anything to get a fucking like / one day I decided I should get a fucking life.” The video follows the pair around NYC chanting the track’s message, and eventually finds the duo bashing computer screens & burning iPhones….. Now who doesn’t have the urge to do that with our own devices on a daily basis? I know i do!
Video Directed by Steven Tapia
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Check the latest visual from Tijan (fka Kingpin) featuring Novar with ‘Ride Away’, shot in Banjul, Gambia. Following a name change and a different vibe sound wise, Tijan still delivers lyrically as we have come to expect from him. The track is from the forthcoming project ‘Full Metal Tracksuit pt. 1’ coming soon on Underworld Konnect!
Directed by Oliver Whitehouse at https://www.youtube.com/SektionRed
Produced by Tofz.
Production duo SoulClap (Bremen, Germany) and Illa Njo (South Africa) link up with D12’s Kuniva as he spits fire on the joint ‘The Waldorf, lifted from their upcoming album “TheBandoTheory”
After a break from releasing music our homie Mr Melta is back with new music. The East Anglian lyricist and Gully Goat Gang member Melta returns with his debut album `Half Past Yesterday’, produced entirely by long time collaborator and fellow Goat Twiggz.
In fact this project has been three years in the making and Melta is back with renewed energy as he gives us a look into the thoughts, struggles and influences that have shaped the recent years for Mr Melta. He touches on a number of topics some highly personal, some light hearted, some rowdy and drops some truth bombs on the joint ‘Andre Pop Maestro’ as he takes shots at the mainstream media and government.
Throughout the album Mr Melta demonstrates his versatility as an emcee, displaying a range of styles and flows with the ability to ride beats ranging from classic samples and moody rap to rowdy grime and up beat garage. Twiggz lays the audio canvas with a modern twist of head nodding bangers, to tracks leaving you wanting to skank out as Melta effortlessly lays down the lyrics.
This is a 11 track banger from Mr Melta and Twiggz with something for everyone to enjoy on it. I’ve skanked out all the way through it! It’s great to have Mr Melta back and ‘Half Past Yesterday’ either serves as the perfect introduction to this talented emcee, or a reintroduction where you will see Melta has upped his levels while he’s been away and is back with a bang.
Stream and download Mr Melta and Twiggz – ‘Half Past Yesterday’
Google Play https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Twiggz_Half_Past_Yesterday?id=Boz24jt4y524vzptremcdwofxnm&hl=en