Produced by Steel Banglez. Enjoy the visual above and pick up the latest from the Birmingham emcee via iTunes.
East London’s Big Tobz is back with a new track and visual for ‘Love That Feeling’, the perfect vibe for the warmer weather. Produced by Lish.
This is cold. Check out P Money/Hyde’s new visual for the very dope ‘Like Dem Man’ (a flip of Pharoah’s ‘Dunno Freestyle’), which features Hyde and sees direction from Chas Appeti.
Sidenote: happy birthday to one of Grime’s best emcees out.
Rude Kid and Ghetts are definitely one of the more fiery duos out right now. For their latest, they drop a new visual for the perfectly-titled ‘Banger After Banger‘.
Truth be told, Tinie Tempah’s fans have been waiting for his new album — titled YOUTH — for an extraordinary amount of time. No clue on the continued delay, but the emcee has decided to bless the masses with another visual in the meantime.
Check out the new clip for the Nea-assisted ‘Chasing Flies’ above. Hopefully, Youth will be dropping this coming Friday (as is stated in the pre-order description).
For their latest, Splurgeboys links with mates Kadey James, James Pyke and Snowy Danger on the remix to their latest cut ‘Grind Don’t Stop’, the original of which appears on Chill+Bill.
Manga Saint Hilare and Maxsta team up on the new track ‘Kids Of Colour’, produced by Daydreamer Muzik. Check out the black-and-white visual above.
All three tracks can be found on the critically-acclaimed album Freetown Sound.
Produced by The Stereotypes and Far East Movement. Presumably, this means that Iggy’s forthcoming album Digital Distortion is on the way.
Pick up ‘Mo Bounce’ here.
Boy Better Know’s Frisco is back with a new single and visual for ‘Serrvice’. Pick up the single via iTunes.
Before they release their new album The Far Field, Future Islands drop off a new
lyric sign language visual for ‘Cave’. Check it out above…pre-order The Far Field before it drops 7th April.
In related news, you can check out forthcoming UK tour dates below.
FUTURE ISLANDS UK TOUR DATES:
27 April – Barrowlands, Glasgow
28 April – Stylus, Leeds
29 April – O2 Academy, Liverpool
30 April – Dome, Brighton
02 May – Rock City, Nottingham
03 May – O2 Academy, Bristol