Dutch ReBelle Comes Through With Track, ‘Earthwormz’

Following the release of the visuals for “Q.O.Q” with fellow MA artist King Fiya, DUTCH REBELLE is back with a new track called ‘Earthwormz’ – a bar-heavy banger riddled with growth and witty reflection over the cruise-friendly mafioso melodies produced by frequent collaborator Humbeats. ReBelle sets the tone with a bossy declaration of her position in music.

The veteran rapper seamlessly weaves in and out of multiple flows with a calm demeanor paired with a subtle aggression that peeks out behind the slick-mouthed sass.

Why not check out her single below…

Ariez Baby Continues Her 2021 Takeover With The Release of ‘Bad B’

After recent success with her singles ‘JME’ and ‘Call Up’ which garnered wide spread support across Rinse FM, Radio 1 and BBC Radio London and landed her a performance on the Amazon Music +44 Takeover Show alongside Meridian Dan, JME, C Cane and President T, ARIEZ BABY follows up with jumpy, saucy and extremely well executed new single, ‘Bad B’.

Produced by trending drill legend SVOnTheBeat, the cheeky, up-beat track focuses on girls who are unapologetically themselves. Music is Ariez’ passion – and choosing the path of music has been no easy road, but hard work is paying off and Ariez is making a name for herself in the industry. ‘BAD B’ is the next vital step Ariez is taking to become Drill royalty, and take the scene by a storm.

Hailing from SW London, Ariez is already well known in her scene at the age of just 24. She is a melodic drill/hip-hop artist, with lyricism that is real and unapologetic while showing her great sense of humour and intelligence. She is well aware that she is distinct, and unique from the rest of the talent. Ariez is currently being developed by independent label and studio 1010LDN and will be supporting Dappy on his upcoming tour in November.

Check out the official video for ‘Bad B’ below…

Watch Rita J’s Video for Old School Hip-hop Joint, ‘Bussin’

Featuring Chicago-based producer/MC Neak and DJ RTST, RITA J‘s brand new music video for track entitled, ‘Bussin’ will be a real treat for true hip-hop heads as the two-and-a-half minute colourful production channels Eric B. & Rakim’s energy on Hip-Hop classic, ‘Paid in Full.’

‘Bussin’ is the first release from Rita J’s/Neak’s new album entitled, ‘The High Priestess’ that exemplifies the natural essence of Hip-Hop; simply having fun and showcasing vibrant flows!

Check out the dope video below…

FFSYTHO?! Drops Track ‘Keep On’, Featuring Jabru & Alice Russell

Premiering via Lauren Laverne at BBC Radio 6 Music FFSYTHO?! and Jabru is the perfect teaming up of mavericks to capture a uniquely British sensibility.

Hot off performing at this years BBC Introducing stage at Reading & Leeds Festival, she’s the 4’11” proudly gay MC from Northampton who smashed into the grime world in 2019 – winning props from the legend Terror Danjah with others quickly falling in line. She then proved that she could turn her hand to pretty much any rhyme style you choose to name. Jabru is Exeters “producer’s producer” who has a hand in collaborations with everyone from Zed Bias and Joel Culpepper to Optimo and Throne of Blood to Roots Manuva and the Radiophonic Workshop.

Jabru’s remix of FFSYTHO?!’s ‘Ask About Me’ smashed UK radio from Annie Mac and beyond. Now their first full collab, the single ‘Keep On’ – a Just Blaze style hip hop anthem with vocals from the one and only Alice Russell and an underground superstar cast of guest musicians including Space Dimension Controller, Mara Carlyle and the Gentlemen’s Dub Club horn section – is out now on Purple City with a full collaboration EP running the gamut of styles to follow very soon.

Check out ‘Keep On’ below…

Watch J-Onyx’s Video For Track, ‘Chop The Bummies’

Following her entry on the blog with track, ‘Can’t F With’, which claimed the Song of the Day Spotlight, J-ONYX continues to set the pace with her powerful lyrics and assertive flow…

‘Chop The Bummies’ emphasises the importance of having the right people in your circle. Concealing her identity, the rapper effortlessly glides over a hard-hitting beat and demonstrates the level at which she is establishing herself within the industry.

The visuals directed by Eric Myers perfectly represent the alpha-female flex that she’s becoming synonymous with on her exciting rise as a rapper. Taking viewers on a journey, J-Onyx cruises around the city surrounded by her day-one friends, captured with captivating camera angles, classical cars and topped up with energy from different dancers that interpret the record through motion and give the visuals a fresh dynamic. Affirming herself as one of London’s most promising newcomers, J-Onyx makes herself unmissable with her latest visuals, even behind her disguise. Check out the video below…