D Power Diesle Drops Epic Track, ‘The March’, Featuring Frisco, Shorty & Lay Z

Continuing to demonstrate why his name is synonymous with the grime scene, D POWER DIESLE unveils his latest masterpiece ‘The March’ with the assistance of Boy Better Know MCs Frisco, Shorty and Lay-Z.

As the Grime scene pioneer teases his long awaited follow up project ‘Graphene 2’, he plans to keep the same high calibre that he delivered in the first project. With Graphene 1’s stand out single ‘Sniper’, featuring Skepta, amassing over 5.2 million collective views as well tracks with guest verses from Wiley, Footsie, Jammz and Grim Sickers, the talented grime MC refuses to miss his shot!

Diesle knows exactly what it takes to make an instant grime classic and uses his proven formula to make sure this track is a head banging anthem. Teaming up with the world-renowned producers The HeavyTrackerz, the MCs are set up with a sinister, vibrant instrumental which is filled to the brim with bouncing percussion and intricate production work. Detailing his extensive career, Diesle sets the tone of the track by referring to his roots as a DJ at Déjà Vu. Embodying the raw energy of this era, he effortlessly attacks the beat with an intense yet inciteful delivery. This momentum is carried on throughout the track by the featuring Boy Better Know artists. As a group at the cornerstone of the evolution of the UK music scene, they are well equipped to match the passionate vocals that Diesle brings to the table.

D Power Diesle has created a legacy that stretches back to the origins of grime and continues to unfold. From his pioneering days at Rinse FM and Déjà Vu and his inclusion on Lord of the Mics 3 clashing Wariko, through to touring with Skepta, Wiley, Jammer and Modestep, D Power Diesle is in the elite of grime scene veterans whilst also remaining a prominent fixture of today’s thriving British Black Music scene. He also continues to offer a platform to new and upcoming talent, via his own label ‘EB Records’, stating “It’s important for vets to guide and show love to the youth, to keep them committed, it motivates them to know that people who have been there before can do it.” After partnering with Deezer and Relentless, the label continues to grow from strength to strength!

‘The March’ signifies the start of what is set to be an eventful year for D Power Diesle. As his fans eagerly anticipate the release of Graphene 2, we get to see exactly why the London based MC continues to build up so much momentum. Have a listen below…

Watch Mike Body’s Video For Latest Track, ‘Black Innovator’

After grabbing the number six spot on the blog’s Top Ten Music Video of 2021, MIKE BODY bounces right back to the limelight with brand visuals for latest track, ‘Black Innovator’, which tackles the issues of ongoing struggles of the black community in the US.

The hard-hitting track is taken from Mike’s latest album titled ‘Epilogue’. Expect more conscious music from this rapper throughout the year…Until then, why not check out the video for ‘Black Innovator’ below…

Wellington Bullings Collaborates With Black Women-Owned Businesses And Artists For Empowering New Video

Inspired by the solidarity shown in response to the racial injustices that resurfaced in 2020, singer/songwriter, model, and actor WELLINGTON BULLINGS was compelled to tell a story that would focus on an empowering narrative. That narrative shines on her new single ‘Flame’. The song fuses Afrobeat and Soul to celebrate the beauty, power, and resilience of Black people (especially Black women).

To highlight this message, Wellington collaborated with a team of all-Black artists and local Black women-owned businesses for the music video. Everything in the video– from the custom garments and the handmade crown, to the cinematography, and choreography –were all crafted by Black dancers (of the acclaimed Cleo Parker Robinson dance company), videographers (Blackat productions), and fashion designers to create an aesthetic chock-full of meaningful symbolism. The lighting of the candle at the beginning of the video represents ancestral healing; the wired-flame crown represents rebirth.

Wellington Bullings says of her latest single: “When writing ‘Flame,’ I wanted to tell an uplifting story that would empower us. The music and visuals are meant to remind people that our story is so much more than pain and trauma. Yes, there is a painful history to recognize, but we also need to recognize and celebrate Black beauty and brilliance.”

Check out the video for ‘Flame’ below…

Song of the Day: Exile Tribute To Miriam Makeba – Blastar

The French multi-platinium producer BLASTAR, who worked with Beenie Man, Tyga, Admiral T and many more, is coming back with a powerful melodic afrobeat track titled ‘Exile’, a tribute to Miriam Makeba nicknamed Mama Africa, a South African singer and activist.

The theme is to put forward the greatness of Africa for the new Afro-descendant generation. Check out the official music video for the powerful single below…

Watch Neak’s Video For Track, ‘What Would 2Pac Say’

Conscious spitter NEAK, drops his brand new visual for track, ‘What Would 2Pac Say’. The emotionally-charged video highlights the possible thoughts of 2Pac of the world nearly 25 years after his passing. The visual imagery takes us on a ride through our current world and questions, “What really has changed?” It would be interesting to have this question answered from one of the greatest artists of all time; Tupac Shakur…

‘What Would 2Pac Say’ is taken from Neak’s latest album, ‘INNENSTADT’. Check out the official video for the single, directed and edited by APJFilms.