Archive for May, 2012

Tempa T – Say It Right Now (Video)

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Despite only hearing the track for this time this week, on Logan Sama’s Kiss FM show, already the official video has dropped for Tempa T’s brand new single, ‘Say It Right Now’, produced by S.K.I.T.Z Beatz. Look out for this one dropping on July 2nd on Next Hype Entertainment.

Cheryl – Call My Name (Royal-T Back To ’99 Remix)

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Premiered by Mistajam earlier this week, on his BBC Radio 1Xtra show, is the mighty Royal-T remix of Cheryl’s (that’s Cheryl Cole to those who wasn’t aware she’d altered her name) brand new single ‘Call My Name’.

Stinkahbell & Psy:am ft. OGz – Hot Poo Out Now

Stinkahbell & Psy:am ft. OGz - Hot Poo

Released this week on Terrorhythm Recordings, was the brand new track from Stinkahbell and Psy:am, entitled ‘Hot Poo’, featuring OGz members P Money, Blacks and Little Dee. As well as the clean and explicit vocal mix, the release also contains the instrumental and another track, entitled ‘Gwop Shop’.

Purchase here: Juno | iTunes | Amazon

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Wiley – Go No Where (Free Download)

Wiley - Go No Where (Prod. by Kid D)

Yet another free download from Wiley, however this time round the King of Grime takes things slightly deeper and showcases his real lyrical talent, with the track ‘Go No Where’, produced by Kid D.

Download here: Wiley – Go No Where (Prod. by Kid D)

Roska – Rinse Presents: Roska 2 Out Now (Review)

Roska - Rinse Presents: Roska 2

Roska, one of the leading pioneers of the UK Funky sound, has teamed up with the London radio station Rinse FM yet again, to release the second album of his on the ‘Rinse: Presents’ series.

Despite delivering an incredibly solid album with Rinse the first time round, back in 2010, it’s with this release that we really hear Roska start to develop his own style and explore the wide spectrum of UK Bass music, resulting in a selection of tracks that ooze originality.

From the uplifting club tracks, ‘Do You Like Me’, featuring Jamie George, and ‘Memories’, featuring Ruby Goe, to the more hard-hitting ones like ‘Badman’, featuring Sweetie Irie, ‘You Dun Kno’, and ‘Go’, featuring Mz Bratt, this release certainly contains enough variety to deserve the title of an album. However once you throw in tracks such as the ‘OnRinseSinceZeroEight’ and the wonderfully crafted ‘Spanner In The Works’, featuring Swindle and Funtcase, into the equation, you then begin to release that this album is something rather extraordinary.

Digital: Juno | iTunes | Boomkat

CD: Bleep | Piccadilly Records