If there’s anyone from America who has been collaborating heavy with UK/European artists, it’s Jeremih — the singer even released a different version of his Late Nights album for said collaborations. One of those tracks — the Stefflon Don and Krept & Konan-assisted ‘London’ — get a dope visual, which you can enjoy above.
So, seemingly out of nowhere, a clearly-angered Sneakbo took to social media to air out his grievances with fellow peers — particularly, Krept & Konan and Skepta — with no clear indication of a cause.
Not much later, we got to hear what sounds like a sick track from Krept, which caused Sneakbo to fire shots again, calling him an “internet gangster” (even Krept responded in apparent confusion).
Above and below, you can check out a breakdown of everything that’s taken place (courtesy of King MG, who needs a radio or television show for this dope content he’s putting out).
Along with BBC Radio’s Sian Anderson, Krept & Konan were guests at this year’s Red Bull Music Academy tour stop in Liverpool; this culminated into an hour-long lecture that saw the South London duo speaking on their career beginning, doing Grime from early, collaborating with the likes of Skepta, Ed Sheehan and Wiz Khalifa, their entire discography — from Redrum to The Long Way Home — and much more.
Enjoy the clip above.
This is sick: MoStack upgrades his latest hit ‘Liar Liar’ with assistance from Krept & Konan and J Hus. With more where this came from (we presume), MoStack should be having a massive 2017.
The latest cut from the official soundtrack to Brotherhood comes from Krept & Konan for ‘Dunya’ (produced by EY & 5ive), which sees visuals courtesy of Noel Clarke himself. The cinematic short film of sorts sees the duo taking on police brutality with the help of some role reversal…very necessary to see right now.
Earlier this week, Jeremih released a new mixtape titled Late Nights: Europe, which was inspired by his latest album and subsequent tour. Being over on this side, it only makes since for the Chicago singer to reunite with Krept & Konan on a new groove titled ‘London’, which also features Stefflon Don.
Check out ‘London’ (produced by Soundz) above and pick up Late Nights: Europe here.
Quality street music. North London’s Abra Cadabra links with South London’s Krept & Konan for the remix to his banger ‘Robbery’…check out the new visual for the track above.
Today sees a new trailer for a forthcoming film titled The Intent, a film that we’ve known about since 2014 and stars Scorcher, Krept & Konan, Fekky and DVS. Now, it looks to finally hit cinemas 29th July.
Check it out above and read the synopsis below.
Gunz is thrust into a world of excitement when he joins the TIC crew. The crew, led by the ruthless Hoodz, goes from low-level weed peddling to full on armed robberies within a fortnight. Their newfound infamy affords them a life of guns, drugs and girls but they also catch the attention of the police and a rival gang. To make matters worst they have been infiltrated by an undercover police officer, but does he have “The Intent” to remain a criminal or abide by his oath to the force.
WSTRN reveal a huge remix for their latest single ‘Come Down’, which now features assistance from Avelino, Yungen and Krept & Konan. Above lies the black-and-white visual for the track, which is available via iTunes.
As a bonus, we’ve also included a new track from WSTRN member Haile — titled ‘Oops?’ — below.
Above lies Wretch 32 and Avelino’s remix to ‘Hulk Hogan’, which now features some serious bars from (WSTRN’s) Haile, Krept & Konan, Fekky and Shakka. Wretch and Avelino even made sure to provide some new verses over Wizzy Wow’s production as well.
The original version can be found on the duo’s 2015 release Young Fire, Old Flame.
Charlamagne Tha God was recently in London for a special live show edition of his Brilliant Idiots podcast. Sometime during, he sat down with BBC 1Xtra’s Mim Shaikh to talk UK Rap/Grime (Krept & Konan, Stormzy) and his knowledge of the radio industry.
Essex festival Brownstock has revealed its official line-up, which sees Annie Mac, Mark Ronson, Katy B, Krept & Konan, Wretch 32, Scouting For Girls, Fuse ODG and Mike Skinner as headliners. In addition, Mistajam, Charlie Sloth, Big Narstie, Ms. Dynamite, Yungen, Bonkaz, Lady Leshurr and more will be hitting the stage.
Brownstock takes place on Morris Farm 8th to 10th July. Get your tickets here.