Every 2 weeks, our Int’l Awards Winning DJ Mr Play (UK) and UK music expert Lateef ''Toks''Ogunjobi let you know who’s hot in the UK streets.
Margs ft. TE dness - Where I'm From
insta: @margsmt x @te_dness
After the success of Pen Game 2, Marg's returns with the Summer Banger "Where I'm From" which premiered on Dj Targets show on BBC 1xtra and the video premier at A similar time on Grm daily.
The track feature's TEdness who delivers a smooth Catchy hook over the dope sounding Prem gang beat who are currently on fire producing for the likes of Asco and 4 tracks off Fredo lastest project.
The Record has a lot of replay value and sets up tasty appetite for Margs forthcoming project entitled Respect my Pen Vol.1
Little torment - Issa RIP
Little Tormentʼs history is well documented, emerging into the scene with what is considered a Classic UK Rap Mixtape “Behind Closed Doors” released in 2013, his music is a compilation of heartfelt, authentic raps with a hustler's self determination.
Issa RIP showcases his ability to deliver will his gritty style and put great punch lines together
Skrapz x Avelino x Asco x Loski x AJ Tracey - London's Calling
Insta: @csbskrapz x @officialavelino x @asco_mullionz x @loskiharlem x @ajtracey
GRM have rounded up some of the top elite MC’s from London to jump on their new single ‘Londons calling”
The song was kicked off by North West London and Ice City Boy Skrapz, he then makes way for North London's prince Avelino who delivers the amazing word play we know him for. East Londons Asco shows them how the Mulli gang get busy on the mic , before Harlem Spartans' Loski checks in to. AJ Tracey from West London then jumps on the final verse to provide the killer touch to the well composed instrumental by Fanatix .
Lioness - DBT (Dead Black Ting) Remix ft Queenie, Stush, Shystie, Lady Leshurr & Little Simz
Lioness calls on Little Simz, Lady Leshurr, Shystie, Stush and Queenie for the remix of the DBT (Dead Black Ting).
Bars, flow, delivery, style , these are some of the qualities that these rappers deliver on this remix, some consider this track a reminder that there’s levels to this UK Rap shit. Side-stepping the stereotypes and corny ‘girl power’ clichés. All six rappers / MC’s displayed all their unique style and ability to string words together, its so hard to pick a favourite verse as they all killed it.