New Music Video: Remember Me – Raylo

RAYLO returns to the blog for the second time with video for track, ‘Remember Me’. The deep, yet dreamy production expresses the struggles of achieving goals, and the mental strength it takes to muddle through. Since its release their this month, the video has already clocked up over 15,000 views via platform GRM Daily.

The London hip-hop collective was previously featured on the blog with video to track, ‘So Gone’, which claimed the #2 spot on NEW LEASE MUSIC’s Top Ten Music Video of 2018 list.

Check out the video to ‘Remember Me’ below:

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Song of the Day: Rolling – Ratlin (ft. Dun D)

Mozart Estate native RATLIN finishes up 2018 by teaming up with Dun D for latest cut ‘Rolling’, lifted from his currently untitled EP set to drop early 2019.

Released via GRM Daily, RATLIN, Dun D and their squad roll up in Amsterdam and capture their escapade for the visuals. Having been teased to snippets and behind the scenes shots of the video on his Instagram account, ‘Rolling’ has been eagerly anticipated by RATLIN’s fans and the likes of Spotify and Apple Music have heard that call too as the record instantly hit the ‘Best Of the Week’ playlist as well as ‘New Music Friday’ and ‘Rap UK’.

Classed as one of the most relevant and revered figures in the UK rap landscape today, RATLIN is a notable figure across platforms such as BBC 1Xtra, GRM Daily and Trench Magazine. He performed at Wireless Festival last year, sharing the stage with WSTRN and long-time collaborator Fredo, who he also supported on both of his sold-out UK tours this year and has worked with some of the scene’s most exciting artists including Avelino, Sneakbo, Abra Cadabra, Stylo G and Ayo Beatz, as well as veterans such as G FrSH, Lethal Bizzle and Blade Brown.

Warm up for RATLIN’s 2019 arsenal by taking in ‘Rolling’, tipped to be his biggest joints to date.

New Track: Call Me In The Morning – The Streets (ft. Chip & Grim Sickers)

Fresh off its premiere as both Annie Mac’s ‘Hottest Record’ on Radio 1 and DJ Target’s ‘Targo Embargo’ on BBC 1Xtra, THE STREETS return with a slamming new release entitled ‘Call Me In The Morning’, featuring Chip and Grim Sickers.

Landing straight on the Spotify ‘New Music Friday’ playlist, Apple Music ‘Best of the Week’ and picking massive support from the likes of Julie Adenuga at Beats 1, Dev at Radio 1, NME, Dork, Complex, Clash, Joe.co.uk, The Line of Best Fit, Hot New Hip Hop and more, the visuals were exclusively revealed via GRM Daily last week. Check it out below:

New Music Video: Blow: Matt Blvck

After releasing his newest single ‘Blow’ back in May, UK’s next male R&B break-out star, MATT BLVCK has recently dropped the visuals to accompany the catchy classic R&B tune and popular number ‘Nia’ taken from his second EP, ‘After Party’.

Hailing from South London,  MATT BLVCK has received continuous support from official Spotify playlists Spotify & Chill and Slow Jamz for his previous single ‘Nia’, and recent support from the newest Spotify UK RNB playlist for his latest single ‘Blow’

Writing for over three years and recording for over two, the slick soulful contender writes about the build up and breakdown of relationships, love and loss, and his change in focus. ‘Blow’ features a catchy acoustic hook atop a sexy RnB beat paired with Matt’s distinctive vocals which switch from sultry singing to a more urban spoken word.

Creating sexy R&B jams and sitting in a gap that has been missed over the past couple of years, Matt is growing in popularity within the R&B scene whilst paving the way with his own distinctive sound which plays on old school R&B inspired by the likes of Usher, whilst still remaining current and fresh.

Check out the visuals for ‘Blow’ via GRM Daily.

Song of the Day: Wavy – Deli Bricks

With the release of ‘Wavy’ on GRM Daily, DELI BRICKS makes it a trio of major drops for his music catalogue in 2018.

Following on from Judgment Day featuring Suspect and 67’s LD, and the recent release of ‘I Just Wanna Know’, DELI BRICKS delivers yet another ‘Wavy’ visual for his summer drop.

Documenting his lavish lifestyle and the riches from life, the rapper takes for a more relaxed approach of late. Spitting over a reflective and calm production ‘Wavey’ feels carefree and casual, which makes for an interesting spin on his latest records that have been more flamboyant and aggressive in terms of delivery and tone.

Having been a mainstay in the UK rap scene for over a decade, Deli has continued in his craft where many with a weaker drive may of easily fallen to the wayside. His undeniable sound and lyricism teamed with his commitment to bring more than good music but a message of greatness, via his collaborations, remains central to his success and epitomises his distinguished and renowned sound.

Adding another impeccable record to his ever-expanding arsenal, DELI BRICKS gets us ‘Wavy’ with his latest single…check it out!