Archive for March, 2010

Trilla Jermain Trilloski – WHO ARE YA?

LMAO, wow. Now I really don’t know about this song, wow, but all I know is his Wooo Riddim is madness. Big up Trilla though, been around reppin midlands for years.


Untitled – Acappelas Vol 1

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Frisco ft Sway – Mashup The Party


Frisco ft Sway - Mashup The Party

A surprising collaboration but it really works, strangely, I was preparing to put this up to hate but it just goes to show, you should let the music talk for itself. Frisco, when he’s left to mash up a beat, he does it well. Just look at Darkside (I remember having this track like 2years back – no lies it’s a madness) and the recent Training Day, it’s also great to see Sway back after being on and off music for a while.

Devlin Ft. Giggs – Shot Music (Prod By. Music Kidz)



I don’t know what to think of this one since I’ve been listening to it for the last couple of days I’ve been battling my opinion. Devlin’s verses are always strong and the chorus is seamlessly just as strong, but the Giggs verse is pointless. It kills the track, his hollowman cold flow usually hovers over the beat but he just sounds lazy and bored. The collaboration is great, since these two have never worked together so it’s nice seeing these two experimenting. I think it might of just worked best with Devlin on his own, it’s hard to pin point who would of sounded better.

Wiley – Space Invader

Wiley and Dizzee Playing Space Invaders PS

Wiley & Rascal

Wiley – Space Invader

This is such a level headed, grime but catchy track from William, reminds me of the way he reflects on Where’s My Brother. Wiley cracked out on Twitter in his V neck jumper takes away the attention from some of the great music he’s made and is making. Take a side the cheese puff’s like Wearing My Rolex, Never Be Your Woman, Shake A Leg‘s etc this track gives you a picture of Eskiboy’s view at the moment. While certain MC’s are letting their British Gas duel fuel quarterly bill chat breeze for them in ‘interviews’, instead of letting their music talk, Wiley addresses the past and present. His flow goes back and forth like Space Invader is the conclusion part to My Mistakes, reflecting on his thought process and talks about Maniac & Titch. I’m chating pure breeze now – just listen to the tune – it’s good.

If grime was a pirate, Logan would have the eye patch but who would be the parrot?



Came across this great documentary on Pirate Radio, Matt Mason (ex RWD Editor), talks to Logan Sama, Scratcha DVA among a host of other current and previous Pirate DJ’s. He goes to the original radio stations, where it all began, out at sea, as well as looking at the current state of tower block stations. Climbing up the side of a tower block, balancing on tip toes on the edge for the sake of music, that’s passion.

Palladium Boots – London Pirate Radio Documentary [WATCH]
They were also responsible for helping put together Logan Sama’s recent exclusive track give away. [GO HERE]

A-List – Runway

Wiley top 4 crews

A-List – Runway [DOWNLOAD MP3]

A-List – Runway

The A list, another collective bought to you by William, I haven’t really discussed them on here because firstly I’m aware of how MC’s just talk and talk. Secondly they haven’t really released anything (decent), thirdly because I don’t like fromage (only on pizza – real talk) and lastly look what happened to Roll Deep – care to shake a leg down this avenue? NO! This free promotional download, for the release of Midnight sexual Lover, gives you a taster however of the stuff they were getting up to in them swanky studios, and it wasn’t just showing them off to anybody that would record them. (1) (2) Why is everyone so on Dubstep’s penis these days? Don’t get me wrong I enjoy it, great keys of production, but to me it’s just missing something. Either way I’ve never heard Wiley properly on a dub influenced beat, it works well, I prefer this track to Midnight Lover (Out April 5th). The A list seem to be a more relevant version of Roll Deep, before The Avenue but less hard edged with more commercial appeal. I, just like the rest of you, don’t really enjoy the seeping cheesy manufactured pop grime coming out. However I’d prefer music that gives a better picture of the underground rather than just a knock off attempt at how grime could be washed down commercially. Does A List give that? Only time will tell…This track features: Sadie Ama, Shola Ama, J2K, Wiley, K, Mz Bratt and Brazen.

Wiley introduces the A-list [HERE]

A-list Westwood Freestyle DJ JJ – [HERE]