Category Archives: Grime

Discrete Gets His Groove On For The Release Of His Brand New Video For ‘C.G.C’

Making the way for young artists like himself, Discrete, the man behind classics such as ‘Move Yo Body’ is back at it again, this time with a more straight forward and razor sharp vibe.

The track itself presents itself as a now instantly recognizable hip-hop hit, with steady, strong beat, yet with an dark and mysterious instrumental to give the whole song the sense that this is for you and your entourage and probably best not played to your loved one on a romantic rendezvous.

The music video clearly depicts the tight group that Discrete hangs with, clearly having fun and joking around, the video also has a cool and enjoyable light tone, making it a classic watch for anyone.



Twitter: @alwaysdiscrete  



New Hip Hop/Grime Act Kalada Has Been Making The Rounds With The ‘Bussa Move’


UK based rapper Kalada is introducing the world to a new era of music making, blending genres and mixing elements to create his own style, hens the creation of new track ‘Bussa Move’. 

With a fresh voice, a positive domineer and the moves of a life-loving party goer, Kalada has spent time perfecting his craft and skill to give his fans the best of his capabilities, and with new single ‘Bussa Move’, he is sure to be having people getting up and unleashing on the dance floor.

Having been compared to artists such as Sango, Drake and Wretch 32, Kalada is making sure that he still maintains a unique portrayle, as he has managed to blend brazillian inspired beats to his dancehall styled productions.

So be sure to check him out:



Twitter: @Kaladamusic

Instagram: Kaladamusic

Humor ready to release ‘TLC’

pic1UK music is at a good place right now, and it will be in an even better place when this artist breaks out of Nottingham and bursts onto the scene with his latest single ‘TLC’.



Humor’s hip hop heroes include the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Drake and J Cole, also taking inspiration from grime greats like Kano, Ghetts and Skepta. Starting out freestyling with friends, he has since developed his own formidable style merging speedy flows and vivid lyricism.


His beats meanwhile draw from a diverse palette of grime hip-hop, deep/tech house, electronica and 90s R&B. Inspired to produce his own instrumentals after struggling to afford decent beats, he has since honed his craft into a creative and polished sound.



Now one of UK grime’s most promising artists, midlands MC Fangol was in a very different place in 2012. Embroiled in UK gang culture at the time, Fangol hit a turning point at age 19 when two of his friends – one in Nottingham, one in London – were shot and killed.

1. How did you get your initial start in music?

I was a born musician from the womb and everything started happening after that!

2. What would be your ultimate aim in the industry?

My ultimate aim would be to enjoy the journey on the way of being a world selling musical artist

3. How long have you been writing your own music?

I used to mess about writing lyrics since I was about 9 / 10

4. Who are your top three influences and why?

Lauren Hill – For her melodies and style

Wiley – For his leadership and waves

Vybes Kartel – His melodies

5. Is there anything you would like people to know about your current release?

Its one of the best grime releases for years and its breaking barrier’s for the future of grime music!

6. Where are you based and what’s your local scene like? Any favourite venues?

I’m based in Nottingham. The local scene is good  and run by a lot of grime kids, – Rock City

7. Who else can you recommend from your local scene for people to have a listen to?


8. Give our readers a round up of where they can find you online and hear more of your music.