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Track Review Tash – “Money Talk”

"Money Talk" is the new track and debut video, from Up-and-coming MC Tash. It's a heavy yet melodic track with an absolutely sick beat and Tash's silky, hypnotic vocals! Lets start with the beat, the track is driven by a smooth, tinkling piano melody that gives the song a touch of elegance which is contrasted

GRM Daily drop new Soph Aspin Video “Know My Name”

Earlier this afternoon GRM Daily dropped the new video for Blackpool MC Soph Aspin's new track "Know My Name". Aspin is known for her video's on YouTube Channel BGMedia alongside other artists such as Little T and Afghan Dan. the musical output from Blackpool Grime artists has divided opinion with people either supporting the artists or

Section Boyz – “Soundcheck” Mixtape Review

Last week Section Boyz dropped their new surprise mixtape “Soundcheck” for free via GRM Daily, adding their name to the growing list of big name UK rap releases this year. 2016 was a massive year for Section their collaborative mixtape “Attack The Block” with Chris Brown and OHB, a MOBO award for best Hip-Hop act

CapoLee & Sir Spyro – “Stop Talk EP” Track-by-Track review

Following on from the release and video for single “Stop Talk” MC CapoLee and producer Sir Spyro have finally dropped the full “Stop Talk EP”. With CapoLee known for underground grime hits like “Mud” and “Liff” and Spyro being the current go-to-producer for heavy bangers (Stormzys’ “Big For Your Boots” and P Moneys’ “10/10” both

Stormzy – “Gang Signs & Prayer” Out Now!

Stormzys' long awaited album "Gang Signs & Prayer" is out now and available to stream and download (24th February 2017), the album features recent single "Big For Your Boots" alongside freestyle "Shut Up". The full tracklist for "Gang Signs & Prayer" is as follows: 1. First Things First 2. Cold 3. Bad Boys (feat. Ghetts

Brit Awards 2017 – Skepta muted, Stormzy x Ed Sheeran, and no wins for Grime artists

Lets face it the Brit Awards have never really got Grime music have they? Or at least that's what we thought until this year! Looking at previous nominations and winners Grime, and UK urban music in general, has been massively overlooked over the years (despite it being arguably the most innovative and culturally relevant music

Police break down Stormzy’s front door after confusing him for a burglar

Stormzy took to twitter this morning to reveal that police kicked down his front door having mistakenly thought he was a burglar. Alongside the image below Stormzy wrote: "Woke up to Feds destroying my front door coz apparently I'm a burglar who burgles his own home. @metpoliceuk need your bank details still". The Met Contact

Album Review: Devlin – “The Devil In”

I’ve been very excited to hear new music from Devlin, following his epic verse on Wiley’s “Bring Them All / Holy Grime”, where the godfather himself refers to him as “a grime treasure”. He’s now returned with his new album “The Devil In”, his first studio album released since 2013. It’s a deep and personal

Bugzy Malone sending for Stormzy after “Big For Your Boots”?

Last week Stormzy released his new single "Big For Your Boots" ahead of his new album "Gang Signs and Prayer". The title of the track alone suggests that Stormzy is sending for someone here leaving fans to speculate as to who. It has been suggested that some of the bars on the aggressive new track

Pharrell talks about working with Skepta on Radio 1

Pharrell Williams has given an interview with Radio 1's Clara Amfo discussing working with Skepta on the track "Numbers" from Skepta's "Konnichiwa" album and hints at possible collaborations in the future between the two... Check the video out below:

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