"I don't do wine bars... nah, I do nine bars."
CAS builds upon his already unknowable mystique by riffing off an acid house beat with a couple of cohorts. If you haven't already, check Drugs Don't Work, T.R.O.N. and Play for the guy once known as Castro at his most intent.
Dubbledge and Dabbla free their inner problem children for a taster of their new project. Sumgii, who handled the 808 and toy piano on this, will also be involved in the latest venture.
Dido's already firmly acquainted with the rap world, Eminem's breakout hit Stan working in both their favours. Now the English songstress returns with man of the moment K.Dot taking a guest spot that manages to finesse, despite contending with middle of the road coffe-table music.
The brains behind Eat Good Records have yet to put out a full collaboration, until now. It's About Time is verse-for-verse tagteam antics over beats from Fel Sweetenberg, Apatight, Dag Nabit, Kelakovski and Jaisu, plus features including globetrotters Foreign Beggars.
Sonnyjim & Kosyne - It's About Time
Edward Scissortongue is joined by his Contact Play brethren for a posse cut off his just released Better.Luck.Next.Life set, out now on High Focus.
In the final instalment of Mike Skinner and Danny Brown's sit-down the Detroit native reveals that cream soda is a superior sizzurp mixer than Sprite, third-person beats first-person for the ultimate gaming experience, and discovers that Quavers are "crack" while Skips smell like horny teenagers' fingers.
Having already worked with the likes of Klashnekoff, Benny Banks, Wretch 32 and Rizzle Kicks, the Scotsman drops off this showcase of some choice cuts. Rumour has it Show N Prove is working on new material with the likes of Tinie Tempah, Professor Green, Dot Rotten, Roll Deep and Giggs for the new year.
Show N Prove - Instrumentals Vol. 2
Danny on a potential Newport ad campaign with his dad, getting on to Dizzee, The Streets and Wiley early, putting Schoolboy Q on to grime and the 140bpm heritage making UK rappers more dexterous.
After cleaning up with the excellent This Is For, Black The Ripper continues his onslaught, this time delivering a video for the intro on his recent Black Is Beautiful 2 mixtape. #dench
Get the hirsute Edmonton MC's latest offering for nada.
ATL meets Peckham for this traptastic tribute to lifting people's jewels and other coveted valuables. Waka is currently over here touring, so stay out of his way if you're carrying anything expensive.
Nu Brand Flexxx get turnt up at a house party before it gets locked off by the fuzz for this vocal of Darq E Freaker's Cherryade beat. Their The Trip EP will be available on iTunes from Wednesday.
Surrealist Onoe Caponoe goes all multiplicitous, various incarnations travelling across inter-dimensional borders in the motherwhip. Get yourself a copy of his freshly released second LP Willow's Midnight Gallery and take a peek inside the man's mind over here.
ItsNate turns in another appearance, this time alongside Catch'em, who delivers a hook that could easily pass itself off as French Montana trying his best British accent - but in a good way. And with that infectious backdrop, Same Old G ticks all the right boxes.