Recently Chronik, G Man, Merky Ace, Spooky and DJ Magic were all out in the Czech republic, where they performed at Roxy in Prague and appeared on the radio station Spin, for Iscream’s show, for a 30 minute set, all which was filmed by You Dun Know TV, which you can see in the videos below and above.
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Not long after the release of the single and we now see the video for the ‘Yeah’ remix from Kozzie, featuring Family Tree member Merky Ace. To get hold of the single check out the link below.
Rinse FM resident and official DJ for Tinchy Stryder, Sir Spyro, has taken a step back from behind the decks and decided to remind people of his skills not only as a DJ but also as a producer, resulting in a brand new release from the East London resident on his newly formed label Dragon Punch Records.
It seems after the constant demand for his music, we regularly see from supporters, it has prompted Spyro to give the people what they have all been waiting for as he presents to us this 5 track EP, entitled ‘Round 1′. Out of the 5 tracks, only one is a vocal, which features Family Tree members Merky Ace and Ego, with the rest of the EP focused towards Spyro’s talents as a producer, including instrumentals such as ‘Joseph’, ‘Transfer Window’, ‘Shape Up’ and his joint track with Faze Miyake ‘Suspect’.
With a name such as ‘Round 1′, we can only imagine this is one of many to come, but until then you can get your hands on this EP digitally, from the outlets listed below.
After hearing the track first played on Logan Sama’s Kiss FM show last month, we now finally see the release of the single ‘Headshot Season’ from the East London MC Rival.
Lately we’ve heard Rival experiment with his music, showcasing the different styles that he is capable of, such as the deeper tracks heard on ‘Lord Rivz’ like ‘Save Me’, featuring Ghetts, and ‘Heartache’, which has proved to be very popular with his supporters.
However with this single we hear Rival take it back to the “Homicide Writer” sound, with a track that cannot be described as anything less than straight up greaze. Underneath Rival’s fierce lyrics is a chilling instrumental from Preditah, that’s a far cry from his bubbly instrumentals, sounding more like the violent and twisted sibling of ‘Circles’.
As well as the original we are also treated to a remix, featuring the likes of the Sith Lord Roachee, Discarda, Big Narstie, D Power, Ego, Merky Ace, Killa P and Tre Mission, and the acapella, open for any producers out there to remix.