D Double E is gearing up for what’s sure to be an amazing show at O2 Academy Islington; before that, the Newham General delivers a new visual for the remix to ‘How I Like It‘, which is produced by Diamondz and sees assistance from Jme, Chip, Lethal Bizzle and Baseman.
Here’s how to close out the year with a bang: South London’s Section Boyz links with North London’s Chip for the vibesy new track (and visual for) ‘In My Section’. Turn up with the group above.
Last month saw a new banger from Chip titled ‘Winter Time’ (produced by Scholar DJ), which was done in conjunction with JD Sports and Timberland in support of the latter’s new Hook & Loop footwear. Now, we get to check out a new visual for the track, courtesy of Kevin Hudson.
Enjoy the clip above; you can check out the gear over at JD Sports’ website.
This past weekend, Chip headed to Oxford Street to take part in a collaboration with Timberland and JD Sports. That recap video is above; below lies a song birthed from that collaboration titled ‘Winter Time’ (a glorified promo but still dope nonetheless).
Chip drops off a visual for the title track of his latest release Power Up. Something we missed: why was Chip asked to leave this year’s Wireless Festival?
Chip — one of the most polarising and captivating emcee in UK Rap and Grime today — has finally touched down at Not For The Radio as the latest guest. In the 2-hour-long (!) interview, we get to learn more about Chip’s entire life and career to date (including his new album, beefs, bars and much more).
Above sees a new visual for the remix of Young Spray’s latest single ‘Sho‘ (produced by Show N Prove)…this version sees some star-studded assistance from Chip, Stefflon Don, Frisco, Devlin and Ghetts.
UPDATE: We’ve also added Chip’s recent visit to Logan Sama’s presidency below.
Today sees the release of the new Brotherhood soundtrack, which features pretty much anyone and everyone notable in UK Rap and Grime. Above lies a new visual for one of those tracks — Chip’s ‘New Day’, which also sees production from Maniac. In addition, the music also appears on Chip’s Power Up, which drops the same day.
We’ve included streams for both projects below…Brotherhood (the film) is released next week.
Chip traverses through London in his new visual for ‘Mad With It’, the latest to be taken from his forthcoming release Power Up (released 26th August; pre-order via iTunes).
Ever since the now-iconic Fire In The Booth freestyle that saw Chip going at Tinie Tempah, it’s been pretty clear that the Tottenham emcee and BBC 1Xtra’s Charlie Sloth have a bit of a conflicting relationship, especially with the subsequent rise of artists like Bugzy Malone…most recently, Sloth found himself on the receiving end of Chip’s Twitter slander thanks to an edited clip with American presenter Charlamagne Tha God.
Now, Chip has returned to Sloth’s domain for his latest FITB freestyle (above), which sees him addressing his grievances with Sloth face-to-face (they also break down these issues in a conversation following). Regardless of your opinion, you can’t question the impact that these two power players are making on the UK Rap/Grime scene.
Taking a break from Yungen, Chip drops off a hard new track and visual for ‘Style Dat’, which features Kranium…the track is the latest to be taken from his forthcoming project Power Up (released 26th August; pre-order via iTunes).
Welp. Following the release of Yungen’s ‘Away Games’ (created in response to a surprising Nando’s run-in), Chip fires back with ‘Peri Peri Sauce’, spitting some pretty scathing bars over JAY Z & Co’s classic ‘You Me Him and Her’ instrumental. Check it out above…meanwhile, at the Play Dirty camp:
So this is what's popping off in the PlayDirty Camp pic.twitter.com/TsqjvjlgZ3
— A'£ (@AbdiTV) August 10, 2016