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Former So Solid producer and Flipmode affiliate Dready blesses Pusha Ton with some beast music for the brief but unrelentingly boastful intro to his new mixtape.
Pusha T - Wrath Of Caine
A couple of days ago we posted The Purist's latest offering alongside Danny Brown. Now the producer's new project TR-ill - a nod to Roland's TR-808 by the sounds of the production and by the looks of the title - is available to stream ahead of its release. As well as Havoc, Mr Brown and Sean P, Tottenham's drug kingpin CAS also gets a look in on the EP on the sinister Silian Braille. Hit the link below for the full set.
The Purist - TR-ill
After hooking Roc Marciano and Action Bronson up with unadulterated boom bap for last year's Double Feature EP, The Purist switches up the tempo for this Asian-tinged double-time collaboration with Detroit screwball Danny Brown.
The S.A.S. lads enlist the help of YMCMB's in-house transexual to add some spit-shine to their latest track. Be on the look out for the pair's Coming To America II (B Side) mixtape at the end of the month.
Barney Artist's understated delivery complements Alfa Mist's sumptuous slice of neo-soul perfectly, all three vocalists sitting atop one of the warmest basslines this side of Like Water For Chocolate.
Get familiar: Barney Artist - BAEP
Nimble-fingered producer DJ Roast Beatz takes it back to the essence with this uptempo party track about everybody's favourite past time, MysDiggi espousing the joys of boozing.
Expect more of the same from Roast, who is prepping the release of a new album that features bearded wonder Action Bronson as well as Jehst, Phoenix da Icefire, Stig of the Dump and a host of others.
Some chunky buds feature in Samson's ode to the remedy. Remember kids, over time marijuana will make you an agoraphobe who's only happy to leave home to score more drugs.
Off Samson's album of the same name, which also features You Will Never Know.
UK rap's voice of reason and certified veteran Ty will be setting out his stall once again, this time Tru Thoughts putting out
Great piece of work from Twizzy, whose worldly-wise rumination snugly fits Charlie Mac's pinpoint production, which is all sewn together with some stunning imagery courtesy of Chris Lucas.
Working Class Zero is out now.
Picked up by both The Smalls and London Short Film festivals, this mini-video pits beatboxer Wandan against the creative might of Kayalight Studios, a non-profit organisation established to pursue research into the sonic capabilities of human beings. That's right.
"What in cock's name is a Juelz Santana mixtape doing here?" I hear you cry. Well young scamp, despite credits to the contrary, rumour has it that the UK's very own Beat Butcha co-produced opening track Sho Nuff as he continues to strongarm the US with his signature bullyboy production.
One from the vaults and which can be found on Samson's appropriately titled Unreleased Shit Vol. 3. Married To The Marijuana will drop at the end of the month.
There are usually more appropriate ways of surmising music than resorting to coarse language, but this is fucking terrible. On the flip-side, the video is well worth a watch. Every cloud...
This features on Dizzee's new Dirtee Stank Vol.2 mixtape, along with Newham Generals, P Money and Frisco.
Picking up where they left off with volume one, Wizard and Scizzahz have collected a brand new bunch of beats from the trap side of the fence. Some of these are stankface. Catch the preview on YouTube.