Esskay – “Myers”

Lacing a blood-curdling production from Flex FM DJ and Big Narstie affiliate Frampster, Cheshunt barrer Esskay has something special in store for listeners this Halloween. “Myers” finds the skilled penman channelling his inner Michael Myers and fantasising about grisly ways to silence his enemies, over a cacophonous mixture of haunting bells, resonant brass, discordant scratches and dubstep-leaning basslines. Watch the …

Byron x Esskay – “Bars On Mic”

Back with a bang, Slough star Byron has joined forces with fellow deft lyricist Esskay for the Artform EP – an emotive, forward-thinking amalgamation of grime, dubstep and rap, set to drop 15 November. The project’s new single, “Bars On Mic”, finds the two artists boldly challenging doubters and music industry gatekeepers. They vow that they’ll never dilute their musical …

Logan & IZCO – “Dread”

After a relentless summer of single releases including diss track “Run From War”, bouncy anthem “Ready Fi Di War” and spine-tingling dubstep weapon “Don Gorgon”, Willesden MC and recent Lord of the Mics participant Logan continues this phenomenal run with yet another offering: “Dread”. This garage and breaks-infused number serves as a vocal version of IZCO‘s “Mr Dred”, which inventively …

Macca – “No Days Off”

Following on from the release of his genre-straddling Winners Only EP earlier this year, Wolverhampton wordsmith Macca continues a prolific year with “No Days Off” – an amped-up anthem about working hard and reaping the benefits. The single finds the former StayFresh member spitting over a mesmerising beat from grime mainstay Silencer a.k.a Teddy Music, known for his work with …

Logan – “Don Gorgon”

Hot on the heels of recent singles “Run From War” and “Ready Fi Di War”, Willesden MC Logan wraps up a prolific summer with abrasive dubstep weapon “Don Gorgon”. Teaming up with acclaimed Kilkenny producer Burke, the North West London wordsmith rides a spine-tingling instrumental that wouldn’t sound out of place in a horror film, cutting through the rumbling bass …

Logan – “Ready Fi Di War”

Continuing to build on an already momentous 2019 which has seen him hand-picked for Lord of the Mics VIII and Idris Elba’s YARDIE mixtape, Willesden MC/producer Logan returns with new single “Ready Fi Di War”. Lacing an innovative grime production from Oxford’s Trends which pairs shuffling tribal drums with wonky basslines, the North West London native injects his signature patois …

Doni Rampage x Kalorific – ‘Hellarific’ EP

First making his mark as a founding member of Killa P’s So What Crew in 2004, Stockwell grime veteran Doni Rampage spent his formative years relentlessly MCing on pirate radio as well as producing for heavyweights like Dot Rotten and Roadside Gs. After a lengthy hiatus, he returned in 2017 with the Hella High EP and a well-received slew of …

Squintz & Renz – “Have To”

South London natives and Mob Set members Squintz and Renz make a triumphant return with “Have To”, a nostalgic number produced by Scottish grime kingpin Polonis. The choppy, R&B-sampling track serves as a feel-good anthem about overcoming obstacles and defying the odds, perfect for blasting out this summer. The vibrant video, directed by ONE SHOT, can be viewed below via …

Felix Dubs – ‘Moarrish’ EP

Birmingham record producer Felix Dubs has soared to grime scene prominence in recent years, with an impressive back catalogue under his belt including collaborations with Scarlxrd, Jaykae, Merky ACE, and Grim Sickers. He now marks the launch of his own independent record label, Red Lagoon, with the three-track EP Moarrish – out now. The project’s hypnotic opener and title track …

Confident – ‘Hibernate’ EP

Hailing from Tampere, Finland, Confident’s induction into the predominantly UK-centred grime scene is testament to the power of the internet – yet, paradoxically, the 25-year-old is nowhere to be found on social networks, having risen to prominence simply by letting his SoundCloud uploads speak for themselves. After featuring on Plasma Abuse’s first two Overdosed compilations, he now returns to the …