AllHipHop Presents: @MrPlay's UK Street Heat Selection.
This week features include:
Splurgeboys - Never Lack
Splurgeboys are back with a bang on their new hit ‘Never Lack’. This is the second video in as many weeks Rocket and Tee have released after bringing out ‘In The Party’, another track off their brand new mixtape ‘Out of the Pan’.
Directed by Milaview, the brothers and masters of production, cruise around in a 4×4 whilst sharing vibes with their squad and are far from lacking. Splurgeboys drop two strong verses to a heavy drum kicking instrumental and this is definitely one to bump in the whip.
There is more of the same on the 11 track project ‘Out of the Pan’, which is a good listen for anyone wanting to get into the production game and is available on all digital platforms.
Harlem Spartans - Calling My Line (feat. Ay Em)
Harlem Spartans rappers Bis and Zico enlist Ay Em in their latest video "Calling My Line" in which they showcase their versatility, moving away from the raw UK drill style they've become renowned for. Instead, they grace a beat produced by Joshua Beatzz with new flows but the same content, which is never a bad thing.
After gaining his first Top 40 single with "Oh My" alongside Dappy, Fulham artist Ay Em comes through with another auto-tuned hook, showing that he is here to stay while adding another impressive collaboration to his growing collection.
The last time these two teamed up both of their careers went to new spectrums and had everyone talking about an unbelivable body now One Acen & Hardy Caprio are back again throwing a party and they aren’t letting you dudes in the party!
With Daps on direction the visual was always going to be lively and colourful with the ladies in abundance catching freeze frames in Kodak form it makes you truly want to be at the party.
Very catchy chorus and definitely showing they are enjoying the life and the women that love them and their music and if you like it make sure you add it to wherever your playlists are.
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Avelino has had an impressive start and consistency in 2018, is back with a brand new single, this time teaming up with WSTRN’s Haile on "So Fine".
The song is a far cry from his last rugged rap record "More EVeryting", with a much smoother and gyal-friendly approach present on the track, although his wordplay remains as top notch as ever. His friend and peer Haile adds an infectious chorus that's bound to ring off in the clubs soon, completing this perfect bit of musical alchemy.