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Album Review: Ghetts – Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament

On Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament, Ghetts refines his usual sharp staccato sound, moderating his delivery to fit to an eclectic assortment of instrumentals from the likes of Sir Spyro and Nutty P. The album demonstrates the maturity you’d expect from a Grime OG now in his thirties; but is impressive in its scope and… Continue reading Album Review: Ghetts – Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament

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EP Review: Don’t Gas Me – Dizzee Rascal

Yesterday we were graced by a surprise EP from the almighty Dizzee, aka Raskit. An EP that takes us through some classic 2-step garage, quick feisty lyrics and home-grown grime samples that have been sourced straight from the golden sounds of the early 2000’s. Dizzee’s Raskit project of 2017 was undoubtedly a demonstration of how… Continue reading EP Review: Don’t Gas Me – Dizzee Rascal

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Album Review – D Double E – Jackuum

As an MC who has been shelling down jungle raves and pirate radio sets for 20 years it’s almost unbelievable that this is D Double E’s first solo studio album. Featuring production from Grime scene staples Swifta Beater and Sir Spyro, long-time collaborators Swindle and Diamondz, fellow Newham General Footsie and more; Double uses his… Continue reading Album Review – D Double E – Jackuum

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Album Review: Bugzy Malone – B. Inspired

With two bar-setting Fire in the Booths and a catalogue of mixtapes – including last year’s triumphant ‘King of the North’ – to his name, Bugzy Malone has established himself as one of the grime scenes leading lyricists. A master of the art of story-telling who can switch seamlessly from braggadocio to the rawest of… Continue reading Album Review: Bugzy Malone – B. Inspired