Song of the Day: Nothing But Notes – JD Cliffe

Following his collaboration with Kai-A on record ‘Certi’- which saw support from COLORS Berlin – JD CLIFFE unveiled the video for ‘Nothing But Notes’.

The latest track has been produced by London-based producer OZZIE and channels JD CLIFFE’s ability to fuse R&B with elements of trap. The video – which was directed by Arian & Penelope – follows JD CLIFFE throughout, shot as a surveillance video, flitting between night and day vision.

The 22-year-old artist hailing from North London has already seen the support from the likes of BBC Radio 1xtra, GRM Daily & Tim Westwood – as well as performing with the likes of Section Boyz & Kojo Funds.

Check out the dope video…

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New Track: Icey – Ironik (ft. Fekky)

As one of the most important cross generational/cross genre artists that originally put grime on the map globally, IRONIK  releases his latest record ‘Icey’, featuring Rap heavyweight, Fekky.

A grime and trap hybrid, IRONIK presents admirable confidence from his years of experience that definitely translates through his latest single and the body of work it is taken from. Featuring Fekky, who has previously collaborated with the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Skepta, Ghetts, Chip, Giggs and Shakka, the track is braggadocious and lyrically the hardest to be taken from the album.

With one of the most talked about returns of 2017 ‘Truth Be Told’ has received impressive recognition with over 200k+ album streams and making it on to BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss FM and Capital networks, whilst PAPER Mag, The Hype Magazine, GRM Daily and Link Up TV have all supported his return online. The support adds to his lengthy list of previous achievements that include a number 5 official chart position, a top 5 single, one top 10 single, a top 10 album and over a million record sales.

Previous records such as ‘Watch Nuttin’ featuring Ayo Beatz climbed through radio playlists and ‘Icey’ is set to provide yet another benchmark for Ironik as he crosses in to the rap world…checkout the video for ‘Icey’ via GRM Daily:

New Track: I Told You – Loick Essien

LOICK ESSIEN makes his 2018 return with the release of  single ‘I Told You’, premiered via GRM Daily.

After exploding on the scene with his Number 2 hit single ‘How We Roll’ featuring Tanya Lacey back in 2011, LOICK ESSIEN has spent years perfecting his craft and working with some musical greats in the UK, US and Africa. Most recently he released his ‘Terminal 5’ project which featured Stefflon Don & Stormzy. After taking a brief hiatus from the scene to focus on himself and his music, he is back to make some noise this year. Kicking things off with the first release of the year, ‘I Told You’, which lays bare his frustrations with the music industry and struggles he has faced over the years.

Embarking on new musical journey, Loick has recently signed with Defigo Management (Double S, Crumz, 1DA) and it working with them to create a more musical magic, with an open and honest sound. He has an arsenal of music and some massive collaborations ready to go, so get ready to hear lots more from the uber talented Loick….

New Music Video: Celebrate – K*Ners

Connecting the dots between the worlds of Ragga and hip-hop, K*NERS is the latest in a succession of musical innovators from Bristol and he has just released the visuals for his conscious single ‘Celebrate’ via GRM Daily.

Capturing a deep sense of nostalgia, the track is laced with an old school hip-hop sound…check out the video.

New Music Video: Wolverine 2 – Zeo Zeonardo

Authenticity fuels Wolverhampton native ZEO ZEONARDO carved his name within the Midlands grime and rap scene. Constructing a unique flow that catapults with scattergun delivery, Zeo turns up the gears and enhances his previously seen capabilities on his latest release, ‘Wolverine 2’.

Detonating through the track at an accelerating speed, Zeo spits over an enchanting loop that echoes through the core of the song. The atmospheric ‘Wolverine 2’, which plays on the name of his hometown and acts as a metaphor for Zeo’s superpowers as an MC, is paired with cinematic visuals set in an isolated desert, courtesy of Kyle ‘Shox’ Brown.

With a steady growth of his fan base over recent years, Zeo’s work as a producer and rapper has been increasingly recognised within the scene. Having recently supported US hip hop artist Hopsin on his Savageville U.K tour alongside Token, he’s worked with established artists over the years such as JME (BBK), DJ Q (BBC Radio 1Xtra), Trilla, Bassboy and TRC. He has also had his music supported and played across local and national platforms, as well as being featured by the UK tastemakers including SBTV, GRM Daily and RWD mag.

Harbouring an eclectic sound that falls on the cusp of multiple genres, Zeo is renowned for his experimental production and flows and ‘Wolverine 2’ is a prime example.

Check out the music video…