Remember Marvell? Well, the two of the North London group — Double S and Shocka — reunite in a new visual for ‘Practise Hours’. What’s up with Vortex?
Double S is back with a new freestyle, done over More Fire Crew’s ‘Oi!’. Check out the visual for said freestyle, courtesy of Link Up TV.
Double S reveals a new visual for ‘Telling Me This’, his twist on (DJ Khaled’s artist) Kent Jones’ hit single ‘Don’t Mind’. Directed by Kaylum Dennis.
Double S liberates his new visual for ‘Styles & Flows’, which features assistance from Jme.
Above, Double S reveals a new visual for the emotional tribute to his late father, titled ‘I Miss You Dad’, set to Wyclef Jean’s ‘911’ instrumental.
Marvell’s Double S and Shocka are the latest emcees to go hard lyrically over Rude Kid’s ‘One Take’ instrumental.
Tottenam’s Double S is back with a new visual for his bubbling single ‘Do It Like Me’, which is taken from his latest release The Flow Farda EP.
SBTV recently blessed their viewers with a stream of Double S’ new EP Flow Farda, which sees the emcee making a resurgence into the Grime scene (in his own way).
You can check that out below; we’ve also included a quick excerpt from SBTV’s interview. Flow Farda is released 14th June (preorder on iTunes).
Yeah, I dropped a CD in 2008 but then I kind of went off to do the Marvell thing. Everyone knows me for the flow, so I’ve called it the Flow Farda EP, it’s the beginning stage of me re-introducing myself to the scene and the new generation. I feel like since I came out with Chip and Griminal and everyone music has changed, so I wanted to show everyone that I’ve still got it, that I’m still talented. The way the scene is at the moment, there’s a lot of hype and energy but I think we need to get back to storytelling and being honest to ourselves, that’s what I’m aiming to do.
Before his Flow Farda EP drops 14th June, Marvell’s Double S blessed the Not For The Radio listeners/viewers with a dope freestyle.