Fizzler Comes Through With New Track, ‘G.U.Y’

Currently bodying the drill scene, the last three months have been a major breakthrough for FIZZLER. With a slew of freestyles, collaborations with some of the hardest hitters out, plus remixes and solo drops, the young driller has been seen and heard in all the right places and with all the right people, earning himself a profile which has resulted in his followers, views and streams consistently snowball skywards.

Teaming up with Just Jam Recordings, Fizzler releases ‘Wet it SZN’, his debut EP. With it comes the video for G.U.Y, one of the top draws from the 6-track collection which offers up a bouncy flow and sees him working the Ghosty beat to perfection – given his wins of late it’s not difficult to see why he’s confidently appointed himself as the G.U.Y in the lyrics either.

If this is your first encounter of Fizzler, G.U.Y is the ideal introduction. Having defined his own musical lane, Fizzler is leading the way as a game changer in Drill. Perfectly capturing the gritty, dark and menacing vibes of the genre his wordplay and delivery tends to take a step towards more melodic, poetic and progressive lyricism, which has been key to his success to date and is perfectly displayed on his latest drop – not only impressing the drill fans but also drawing in a crowd from the rap world too. With an icy, sharply edited visual to accompany the release, the cool blue tones, snappy edits and glitching effects highlight Fizzler as quite the performer in front of the camera and add to a consistently impressive reel of visuals.

Check him out below…

No Baking Soda Drops New Single, ‘Cereal’ – An Ode To Growing Up In The Struggle

NO BAKING SODA is ready to set the tone for what’s to come in 2020 with brand new single ‘Cereal’, proving this East London artist is truly in a lane of his own.

Having burst onto the scene a few years ago as part of the 3OW / WZRDSHIT collective, NO BAKING SODA (formally known as Mr. Jaeger) has become known for his unique, laid back delivery and his introspective bars about the hard life of a kid growing up in Homerton, Hackney, with a core theme of his music being the problems the inner city presents.

After taking time away from releasing his own music, 2019 saw Soda return and dip his feet into several creative opportunities including opening up his North London recording studio The Cave 2.0. After collaborating on songs with the likes of Jatz Da Kid & Finesse Tha World Records he released his first solo single ‘iPod’, a bouncy, nostalgic track showcasing his comfort with flow. The track was praised highly in the underground circuit, giving Soda the extra push he needed for recognition as one of London’s most sensational newcomers.

Now closing out the year strong with the release of his latest video ‘Cereal’ – produced by long term collaborator Orangesky – Soda skates naturally over the beat displaying his elite level of rhyming, laying down some on his trademark bars about the hustle in East London. While the lo-fi visuals demonstrate his signature style mirroring an authentic early 90s New York get up. With lyrics like “had roaches in my cereal and in the oven, wish it was a joke bro but it really wasn’t”, Soda goes into the struggles he’s faced growing up. Speaking on the track he states,

With another EP on the way as well as a full mixtape and more exceptional visuals showing he is on a completely different calibre to his peers, it’s only a matter of time that NO BAKING SODA is a household name in the London scene…Check him out below…

A1 Drops ‘Egg & Cheese’ Video

A1 takes time out and reflect on the loss of loved-ones and close friends through his latest visuals for heartfelt track, ‘Egg & Cheese’, the first release from EP, ‘Store Run’. Catch the review of the project here sometime.

Before you head off, hit play on the video for ‘Egg & Cheese’ below…

Otis Mensah Drops ‘Ted Talks’ Video

Following the release of video Grand Finale Funeral Show’, Sheffield’s hip-hop Poet Laureate OTIS MENSAH has released another set of visuals for ‘Ted Talks’ – the sophomore track from his EP ‘Rap Poetics’ which breaks down the white-washed elitism of the art world.

Valuing art as a fundamental form of activism, Otis is opening up an important dialogue between himself and the ruling establishment, positioning emotional vulnerability at its core. Last year,  Otis was appointed as the first hip-hop Poet Laureate of Sheffield by former Lord Mayor and current MEP Magid Magid – advocating for rap as an effective vehicle for emotional communication.

Check out Otis’ latest set of visuals below…

Keynes Woods Is All About ‘Spiritual Healing’ In Brand New Single

Toronto-based rapper KEYNES WOODS‘ brand new single ‘Spiritual Healing’, explores how money equals happiness.

Laced with haunting piano melody, dark trap drums and chopped vocals reminiscent of Death Grips, ‘Spiritual Healing’ is a statement of intent. Featuring verses from fellow Canadian MC’s Just John and So Loki, it firmly places all three artists in the spotlight and affirms that these are three of the most exciting artists to hail from Canada.

This single is in the build-up the release of the full ‘Kongo KANE’ EP in early 2020. Check out the music video for the epic banger below…