Always Waiting is a real tear-jerker both musically and visually, but as you’d expect from Mr. Kiwanaku, it’s pure brilliance.
Dot Rotten unexpectedly ‘sings it up’ in his latest release. The grime expert has turned his sound to something considerably more mainstream, and it’s pretty catchy.
Teaming up with SBTV he’s managed to produce a video and a track showing a lighter side… and it’s really good! Nothing epic, but it will make you crack a smile at some point, and that’s always a nice thing.
A brilliantly composed song that is very well written, showing the young NDubz founding member has every intention on duplicating the talent that launched him to super-stardom a few years back.
Misha B release the video to her stunning second single ‘Do you think of me’. It’s moving and, we think, slightly epic!
Every now and then a lil’ bit of dancehall creeps into our midst… and this one seems to be ‘hot like fire’ in terms of requests.
A fantastic little release by Charlie Brown with some brilliantly selected features from Ms. D and Yungen.
This track is a corker! From literally 00.1… Mr Hudson does an immense feature on a track you’ll like, even if your not totally into the whole dance genre.
It’s also GREAT to finally see MsD, in Heatwave, we can only think she was submerged beneath a sea of blonde
Daley makes a HUGE mainstream debut by featuring a newly ‘sex-appealed’ Jessie J in this funky remix of a blaxplotation classic.
In this topsy-turvy world of producers ‘featuring’ artists, we reluctantly succumbed to the peculiar release directions
Example continues to do what he does best and releases a sultry two-step classic.
Rascals release a great follow up video to ‘Ape Shit’. ‘What’s Going Down’ is harder hitting and beat is a nothing short of a banger. It’s a great video too!
In the spirit of Sway’s smasher ‘Still Speeding’, newbie, Ianna Havery gives us an addictive dub-step track following the same theme.
Sneakbo is like the musical equivalent of Vegeta (an analogy only Dragonball Z fans will appreciate
Some remixes are just meant to be forgotten, and some remixes are just meant to be.