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Katy B-I Like You (Produced by George FitzGerald)(Stream)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 29, 2013 by E.N.

Katy B-I Like YouWith the release of her new single ‘5 AM’ on November 4th Katy unveils new track as part of the 5 AM EP ‘I Like You’ produced by George FitzGerald further cementing the excitement of her forthcoming new album ‘Little Red’ due in 2014.

http://www.katybofficial.com/

Download: Katy B Danger EP

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 19, 2012 by E.N.

katy b danger
Download the Danger EP for free by clicking the link download link in the player. 4 tracks featuring collaborations with Jessie Ware, Diplo, Geeneus, Jacques Greene, Iggy Azalea, Zinc, Wiley.

Download here: http://www.katybofficial.com

 

Wiley – Can You Hear Me (Ayayaya) ft Skepta, JME & Ms D(Video)

Posted in News with tags , , on October 13, 2012 by E.N.

Wiley – Heatwave feat. Ms.D (Official Video)

Posted in News with tags , on July 5, 2012 by E.N.

Download:Rude Kid – Get Busy ft. Skepta (Jamie Grind Remix)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 23, 2012 by E.N.

Rude Kid’s diverse production styles and burgeoning back catalogue of underground anthems have seen him rise through grime’s ranks without looking back. His unique brand of ‘Alien Music’ has led to him working with the likes of Wiley, Skepta, Kano, JME and Ghetto, making him the go to producer for the top artists and becoming a staple in the record boxes of Joker, Plastician, Terror Danjah and Oneman to name a few.

Rude Kid – Get Busy ft. Skepta
(Relentless)

Release Date: 29th July 2012

1. Get Busy ft. Skepta
2. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Kat Krazy Remix)
3. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Matrix & Futurebound Remix)
4. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Jamie Grind Remix)
5. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Funkystepz Remix)

 

Free 30min Rude Kid mix: Here

Rude Kid – Get Busy (Trailer) ft. Skeptahttp://youtu.be/jtklAvAlH2k

Wiley ‘Boom Blast’ (Official Video)

Posted in News with tags , , , on January 10, 2012 by E.N.


BUY THIS TRACK ON iTUNES: http://bit.ly/boomblast

TAKEN FROM WILEY’S NEW ALBUM ‘EVOLVE OR BE EXTINCT’:http://bit.ly/wiley_evolve
Out on Big Dada Recordings 19 January 2012.

Wiley – ‘Evolve Or Be Extinct’ Out Jan 2012

Posted in News with tags , , , , on November 16, 2011 by E.N.

What is the true mark of the wayward genius of Wiley? Is it that, less than six months after the release of his last full album, 100% Publishing, he has another record all set for release? Is it that he has insisted that it is released on his birthday, Thursday January 19th 2012? Or that he initially refused to release a single from it? That he has made so much music that his fans will receive two CDs, the second with at least eight further tracks on it? Or even that one track on the album has no music (“Customs”)? No, it’s not any of these. It’s that we can say, without fear of contradiction (or without much fear), that Evolve Or Be Extinct is the best album (so far!) of this unique artist’s career. Dark, funny, wild and exhilarating, this is a record which shows just what Wiley is capable of when he forgets the minutiae of recording contracts and concentrates on the many weird and wonderful facets of his life…

So here is an album which covers topics from ordering a taxi, being stopped by immigration, to dancing on your own in your bedroom. It also delves into the psyche of Richard Cowie on tracks ranging from “Weirdo” (“I’m a weirdo but I’m not a bi-polar”) to “Miss You” and “Scar” (in reference to the cut on his face). While most of the music again comes from Wiley the latter track, along with “Money Man”, is produced by Mark Pritchard. Wiley himself turns in exemplary music throughout, from the hyped punk-grime of the title track, through the soca-swing of “Miss You” to the sparse drip-crunk of “This Is Just An Album”. And all that’s before you get to the bounce of singles “Link Up” and “Boom Blast”.

Wiley has never made a record which reveals so much of his character, his contradictions and inner workings, his humour as well as his anger. A short, sharp, brilliant album, it shows Wiley as more than Godfather to a scene and penner of occasional hits, but as an artist who continues to develop, refine and improve his vision even after ten turbulent years in the game. The evolution continues…

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