Here’s a video of me making a Reggaeton beat with my Grime influence using the well know ‘dem bow’ riddim….Continue reading
In this video I create an 80s horror style Hip Hop beat (Horrorcore). I used this beat to make a satirical song about the current UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Brexit. (I don’t like her lol)….. This new song is going to be called ‘Article 50 Shades of May’ and is going to be released on Patreon.
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I’ve posted a new lyric video for Miami 1986, a song off of the Marvelous Adventures of the Wayback Machine.
Sometimes he best way to understand the meanings behind different song is to actually read the lyrics. And there’s no better way to do that than through doing a lyrics video so you can read along to the music and get a better idea of whatever the hell I’m banging on about through my songs….Continue reading
I’ve been learning from Drum and Bass MCs recently. It’s a genre I’ve always loved and been a fan of as well as Jungle but it’s only with this song I’ve been working on with producer Al Pack that I’ve finally had a chance to try and flex my own skills as an MC in that genre. As I showed in my post and video a Hip Hop Artist’s First Attempt at Drum and Bass.Continue reading
There is power in simplicity and limitation! That’s something I’ve been reminded of this week…Continue reading
So it looks like I need to make more Grime music. Generally I’ve made Hip Hop music as that has been my biggest influence. My entry into rapping came from underground Hip Hop both in the US and the UK before Grime was even considered a subgenre. That being said Grime has always been in the background throughout the years of me honing my craft, even if the subgenre hadn’t initially been ‘coined’. It’s crazy how popular grime is becoming, with artist’s such as Dizzee Rascal and Skepta getting interviewed on Sway in the Morning as well as Hot 97 in the US. It’s great that UK rap is getting a lot of world wide notoriety. It’s hard not to take influence. Much like all my other influences from Trip Hop, House, and UK Garage.Continue reading