Birmingham rap duo Lotto Boyz dropped No Don earlier in 2017 and the tune has picked up a lot of traction. No Don has that radio play, which means it has wide appeal within the UK. It is mad to think that I am championing the commercial aspect of radio. I used to think that was a lame move […]
Hackney, East London has a new melodic rapper called Not3s (pronounced Notes). This don came out with his song Aladdin. According to Not3s (and Google) he wrote his first song in Year 3/4, which is 8 years old in the UK. The official video to Aladdin dropped on June 4th 2017 and it has a cool 4 Milly views. […]
Birmingham stand up. Brum’s own Mist is back with his latest instalment and of course Steel Banglez is on the riddim once again. Hot Property is the new single from rapper Mist and in just over a week the views are pushing 2 million by way of YouTube. Hot Property builds on the signature style […]
Hedonism is back in the form of Pop music. Worcester born UK singer Becky Hill is singing her ass off in her latest tune entitled Rude Love. The song was premiered on March 28th live on the airwaves. MistaJam’s BBC Radio 1 segment entitled “Hottest Record In the World” was the launchpad for this tune. […]
For the ravers. East London rapper J Hus, real name Momodou Jallow dropped “Did You See”, which is a melodic banger. From his government name you are excused in thinking he is the latest hot boy French African player. Did You See, is of the UK-Afro-beats ilk which is fused in with Caribbean influences. This […]
Shakka Don’t Bother Me has a certain type of feel that isn’t heard often from the UK scene. Shakka frequently outputs high quality unique music which has gained him a lot of love in the industry and public. We put a spotlight on his new tune ‘Don’t Bother Me’ which should be a big party RECCID.
We’ve reached the final instalment, it has been a stretch! The 8th and final instalment of the series comes courtesy of one of the groundbreakers in Grime. You can almost call him the LL Cool J of the scene. I’m talking about Dizzee Rascal. When you’ve got Dizzee Rascal on national television with Jeremy Paxman […]
The coonery is high in this next installment. I have to summon the younger “gassed up” Rams. “Where’s the wires?” What about the capital of urban South-West London, Brixton? These Brixton youngers have brought a next “impact” to the urban UK scene. Allow me if you may, to set the scene for those who may […]