Skepta’s horror creep routine here is almost undeniable. Almost.
Pharoahe Monch‘s new gang gang Th1rt3en have decided to flip reverse the usual way of doing things, and they’ve gone and filmed a tiny desk concert before their album has … Continue reading
Don’t tell me you can’t relate.
On a lesser tongue the notion of a “Funky Butterfly” would invite at best polite appreciation of a metaphor too twee to take seriously, when Onoe Caponoe’s on the mic … Continue reading
Love this new joint from MC Eiht. That slowed down Preemo beat is perfect for him and Conway. Taken from his forthcoming album Lessons < Koaste
I don’t know if Scorzayzee’s P Brothers produced Great Britain is the greatest UK hiphop single of all time. It’s definitely a contender, or at least it will be later … Continue reading
Well this came out of nowhere! Public Enemy drop their new joint State of the Union (STFU) featuring the one and only DJ Premier just as Trump drags himself out … Continue reading
What starts out as potentially light relief with DanimaL & Oxymoron giving us exactly what they promise soon turns into some hideously compelling fuckery. “She gives me head for a … Continue reading
Oooosh. Got to admit I don’t know much about Atlanta’s Lil Baby, but this track is serious. A strong contender for understatement of the year when he says “we done … Continue reading
Well this about sums up the last few weeks. A justifiably angry track from Terrence Martin with two killer verses from Denzel Curry and Daylyt. < Koaste
More sweet soulful pain and rage from Gee Bag and Illinformed set to the kind of imagery sure to provoke anxious nostalgia from any Briton old enough to remember the … Continue reading
The kind of track that’s so damn good you could waste an afternoon trying to figure out how to do justice to that brilliance in words before giving up and … Continue reading
Scorzayzee aka Scorzilla has been putting his pen to work during his time in lockdown, and he’s got 255 bars to show for it. Head over to his website to … Continue reading