Grime, review

Album Review: Grim Sickers – Icons Only

Grim Sickers just dropped his latest mixtape “Icons Only” and as we’ve come to expect of from the British-Jamaican-Indian MC it’s truly a grime tape, featuring production from heavyweights of the scene like Bowzer Boss, Audio Slugs and Filthy Gears as well as new producers like MaxehBeats. Sickers has been grinding in the game from… Continue reading Album Review: Grim Sickers – Icons Only

UK Hip Hop

Album Review: Dirty Dike – Acrylic Snail

Acrylic snail, Dirty Dike’s first full length offering since 2015’s ‘Sucking on Prawns in the Moonlight’, offers exactly what we’ve come to expect from the High Focus rapper, a brash, brazen barrage of lyrical debauchery seesawing between giddy, narcissistic highs and self-deprecating lows. Ever the enigmatic lyricist the one thing you can be certain that… Continue reading Album Review: Dirty Dike – Acrylic Snail

Grime, UK Hip Hop, UK Rap

Album Review: Jam Baxter – Touching Scenes

It’s not necessary to listen to all of Jam Baxter’s catalogue of releases, a remarkably consistent ten in ten years, to understand that the North London rapper is a master of his craft. The meticulous craftsmanship of his lyrical wordplay often appears at odds with the debauched, gruesome content – but the marriage of the… Continue reading Album Review: Jam Baxter – Touching Scenes

LoFi, UK Hip Hop

Album Review: Coops – Life In The Flesh

On ‘Life In The Flesh’ Coops hooks up with Talos to take us on an introspective journey deep into his consciousness as he reflects on life, death and everything that comes between. The North London rapper describes this as a concept album that was “recorded as a reminder that life is a test”, and that… Continue reading Album Review: Coops – Life In The Flesh