Fellow Bristolians Joker and Buggsy link once again on Lost, found on the producer's LP The Vision, which also hosts the Buggsy-featuring Back In The Days.
It producer Diplo -the man behind music for MIA and that bloke with a tattoo of an ice cream cone across the entire side of his face - just gave this remix he did of UK crooner Katy B's Witches' Brew away.
F U music from Stiggie Smalls and Pete Cannon. Cop a free download of They below or hit up iTunes for the instro and radio edit.
"Holy salamander slang, panda bi-polar bear / lonely heart bogeyman, phoney with a solar flare."
Sure, this instrumental sums up the worst of UK hip hop - moody, boring, uninspired - but if Chester P were to link the right beatmakers and craft some sharply honed songs, he could be a serious problem in 2012.
Rewd Adams and The Last Skeptik are poised to release their collaborative set, How Not To Make A Living, and have let go of the video and mp3 of opener Nukey. The rapper formerly known as Skandal takes the flow back to the Juice Crew era on this one.
Eskiboy's latest project, Evolve Or Be Extinct, hit stores at the end of last month and Sippin' Daiquiris is the second video to promote the LP. Feast your peepers on the visuals to the title track here.
Big Cakes cuts you off a slice of that stankiest Bluest Cheese. No shots at the new wave, but has SB.TV ever sponsored a video with a break sampled in the song? Either way, good to see Mr Kipling get some shine off one the biggest outlets around.
Whilst Mys Diggalo preps Mystrogen for a 2012 release, here's four new songs to tide you over. Don't listen while operating heavy machinery and keep well out of children's reach.
Mystro - What Type Of Drug Is Mystrogen?
Kinetik drops more earnest music with a double video, Leave It All Behind chronicling the life of an office worker who decides to jack it in and Year Of The Underdog reflecting an underground MC being courted and snubbed by a major label.
Estelle puts a call in to get Busta on her latest single as he keeps his name in people's mouths after signing with Cash Money Records late last year.
Mystikal too signed with the Lil Wayne-helmed record label, so expect a slew of radio-friendly hits from the gravel-voiced sex offender in 2012. Yippee!
Brighton rapper Iris made All Day And All Night with producer 184 a while back, but it got lost along the way. Last August, Iris's life was sadly cut short after a fatal car accident. 184 later discovered the recording and arranged remixes from Lewis Parker and Evil Ed and decided to release the single in memory of the late MC. R.I.P.
You'd be forgiven for not knowing who Xeno is. Alongside Defisis, the rapper and producer was one half of a crew called DFXO that released Kill Ya Wiv A Demo in 2001 and featured on Secondson And His Orchestra, which made it into many a head's record collection.
A decade and change on and now in the footnotes of UKHH history, Xeno - or Salaam Freeland - has independently released a book of poetry called I'm not a poet... I just write like one.
See what the man has to say about the book here.
Pro P has packed a load of songs he's done into one offering, featuring the underground's favourite, Dan Bull, and Manc MC Shotty Horroh, who's been getting a lot of love from Charlie Sloth recently (pause etc).
A marger looking Bashy appoints Dot Rotten, Lady Leshurr and Black The Ripper for one off his upcoming EP, The Great Escape. Freebie mp3 below.
Bits and pieces of Savvy's Play To Win Vol. 3 have been trickling out since last summer and now it finally sees the light of day. The ex-Low Lifer has been carving out his own unique spot in recent years and pushing the envelope with his sounds. Preview some of the tracks in the player below before heading over to the Saving Grace site to cop a copy.
Metabeats takes a break from the rapper route to team up with fellow beatnut Diverse Concepts. Rich layers, progression and staggering percussion, this is what happens when two accomplished producers get together and collaborate. You can get your copy of Embossed on iTunes.
Wiley links his old Roll Deep brethren Manga for one tailored to fit the clubs. Apparently these two have an album in the pipeline which, given Eskiboy's work rate, doesn't seem all that far-fetched.
Inspired by Charlie Sloth's recent jaunt north of Watford to uncover pockets of UK talent, Reggiimental and Joey Gzus lift the title and make it a song of their very own. You can get your hands on the Midlands duo's mixtape, Joey & Jimmy, over here.
For those paying attention to the internet over the Christmas break, you'll have caught a snippet of this dub on a gift release from EatGood Records. Here Sonnyjim flagrantly stunts straight over Golden Music Orchestra's African Honeymoon like production went out of fashion.
Valentine's Day might have passed and those roses might wilt in a few days, but Dubbledge is still spreading love. LG cooks up something dreamy for Dubble Dubble to bring the positive vibes, while other rappers trip over themselves to play the tough guy.
Here's an unexpected gem from Jehst, Billy comfortably giving it the elder statesman over something solemn but infectious from Beat Butcha. You can get this on Project Mooncircle's 10th Anniversary Compilation from 16 March. Pre-order to avoid disappointment.
Copywrite has long been keeping the US underground alight for years with his indie releases and Eastern Conference 2002 debut, and even came close to securing a spot on the Roc A Fella roster a few years back. Now he's prepping new album God Save The King, which will heavily feature talent from over here. Expect Context, Mystro, Genesis Elijah, Iron Braydz, Melanin 9, Eurogang and Akala all to get some shine, while on G$K Dru Blu does his thing.
God Save The King is out 30 April.
Show N Prove has rustled up an EP based on the Hand On Your Gun track he made for Lowkey's Soundtrack To The Struggle, in which he takes aim at weapons developers*. Unconvincing tough guy Johnny Gunz, Dru Blu, USG and Jee4ce all get to spitting, and there's even a remix from Scharkz for good measure.
And if you haven't seen the video to the original, get to watching here.
*BAE Systems touched my kids
Bussa Buss hops on Labrinth's radio smash Earthquake for more of his characteristically tongue-twisting, rapid-fire raps. Who thought a US legend like this would ever work with someone signed by Simon Cowell?
The grossly overhyped controversy surrounding M.I.A.'s recent Super Bowl performance - specifically her flipping the bird to camera - has yet to die down, but the hoo ha certainly isn't doing her latest single any harm. In what can only be described as Arabs behaving like lunatics, the video to Bad Girls is a must watch. Plus Danja, the guy behind Timbaland's post-Aaliyah renaissance, is on the boards for this one and comes up trumps.
Kilimanjaro Studios boss and beat maestro Telemachus has put together yet another broad musical assortment. This mixtape spans everything from Slum Village and Roc Marciano to Eek A Mouse, Ini Kamoze and Kraftwerk. Literally something for everyone then.
And before long you'll be able to get your mitts on his hotly anticipated album, In The Evening.
The Quaranteam unleash a video for Carnage, off their eponymous EP that hit the internet over the holiday season. This five-man tag team pull no punches and you can catch more of their trash talking below.
Following closely on the heels of his work with Benny Banks, Show N Prove now hits Ghetts with something fresh. Watch out for more from the Scot producer as his work rate stays way up there, while Ghetts has a couple of new sets in the works, not to mention the mixtape he did with DJ Whoo Kid that dropped a few short weeks ago.
Booda French reps his hometown of Ipswich on 61 Grace, with New Yorker J57 - of underground production collective Brown Bag Allstars - delivering feel good trad hop that hits the mark. Booda's Ventolin EP lands later in the year.
Get yourself along to Cargo on 29 March for the first heat of Dead Beat Society's new producer tournament. The winner walks away with 500 bunters and their ego intact, plus Buggsy is joining proceedings for a live PA.
Dot Rotten's been making a lot of noise recently, getting exposure in the Guardian and his video for Are You Not Entertained doing the rounds. My Life Story is a leak from the Stockwell MC's upcoming Love, War, Rock & Roll and it sounds like he might just be able to toe that thin line between unforgiving grime and all-out pop.
UK rap hardman English Frank lets loose a mixtape featuring just about everyone from the road scene he calls home. Isn't the drug education quango's tagline "Talk to Frank"? Anyway, who's going to tell him he's wrong, he's the unofficial toughest man in this biz.
NME whipping boy Ed Sheeran and Yelawolf are about to set their Slumdon Bridge EP on the world. A word of warning to all residents of Slumdon, your bridge is falling down so please find other routes home. Stay safe.