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I Got U (feat. Kcat)
Oxide And Neutrino
Execute is the debut album of So Solid Crew members Oxide & Neutrino, released on 28 May 2001. It features the Casualty sampling number 1 single "Bound 4 Da Reload" and the Prodigy cover "No Good 4 Me". The song "Devil's Nightmare" was also featured on the Lara Croft: Tomb Raider soundtrack.
Summer Of Love
So Solid Crew
It's a London Thing XX - The Blueprint (Mixed By Scott Garcia)
Bump 'N' Grind
Sweet Female Attitude
Moving too fast (Ultimate Collection)
Artful Dodger & Romina Johnson
My Love (So Good)
10 Below & Kele Le Roc
Godfather is the eleventh studio album by English grime MC Wiley. It was released on 13 January 2017 through CTA Records, a record label venture between Wiley and Logan Sama and is distributed by Warner Music Group. It succeeds the album Snakes & Ladders, originally announced as Wiley's final album. The album features guest appearances from numerous MCs, including Skepta, Devlin, Jme, Ghetts, Chip, P Money, Lethal Bizzle, among others. Production derives from Wiley himself, Preditah, Swifta Beater, Rude Kid, Darq E Freaker and Teeza. It was originally slated to be Wiley's last solo album to be released until he announced on 3 November 2017 the release of a new album called Godfather II on 27 April 2018.
The album was supported by four singles: "Can't Go Wrong", "Bring Them All / Holy Grime" featuring Devlin, "U Were Always, Pt. 2" featuring Skepta and Belly, and "Speakerbox".
The album received critical acclaim from critics, while peaking at number 9 on the UK Albums Chart. It became Wiley's highest-charting album of his career after succeeding the peak of The Ascent.
Addicted 2 the Bass
R U Sleeping
Love Bug (Original Bump Mix)
Ramsey & Fen feat Lynsey Moore
Black and White (Deluxe Version)
Black and White is the second studio album and major label debut by British hip hop recording artist Wretch 32. The album was released in the United Kingdom on 21 August 2011 through Ministry of Sound, debuting at #4 on the UK Albums Chart with first week sales of nearly 25,000 copies. The album follows his independent debut album, Wretchrospective, which was released three years earlier, in 2008. The album spawned six singles over the course of eighteen months, all of which peaked inside the UK Top 50, including three top five singles, and a number one single, "Don't Go". The album includes collaborations with Ed Sheeran, Daley, Etta Bond and Example.
Bridging the Gap
Mike Delinquent Project
You'll Never Make a Million from Grime EP
Made In The Manor
Made in the Manor is the fifth studio album by British rapper Kano. The album was released on 4 March 2016 by Parlophone Records and Bigger Picture Music. It is Kano's first album release for six years following Method to the Maadness, featuring guest appearances from Wiley, Giggs, Jme and Damon Albarn. The production was handled by frequent collaborators Mikey J, Fraser T Smith, Blue May and Damon Albarn, alongside Jodi Milliner, Kwes, Mele, Rustie, Sam Beste, Swifta Beater and Zeph Ellis.
The album received positive reviews from critics and entered the UK Albums Chart at number 8, becoming Kano's highest-charting album in his career. It was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize in 2016. It also won 'Best Album' in the 2016 MOBO Awards.
Standard Procedure (Deluxe Edtion)
Teebone Featuring Teara Unit
Think On Your Feet
2 Step UK Garage 1997-2000
TJ Cases feat. Kat Blu
Over With You
Girls Like Us
Boy Better Know
Think About the Way
Frisco v Ice MC
Feelings (Wifey) [feat. Yungen]
Crazy Cousinz & M.O.
Konnichiwa is the fourth studio album by British grime artist Skepta. The title is the greeting "hello" in the Japanese language. After numerous delays, it was released on 6 May 2016 by Boy Better Know. The album was launched with a party in Tokyo on 5 May 2016 arranged and broadcast globally by live streaming platform Boiler Room, featuring Skepta performing the whole album live with supporting performances from Japanese artists Kohh, Dutch Montana, Loota, and DJ Riki.
The album was supported by four singles, including the top 40 entries "That's Not Me", "Shutdown" and "Man". Konnichiwa features guest appearances from Jme, Boy Better Know, D Double E, Novelist, Wiley, Chip, Pharrell Williams, ASAP Nast Young Lord. The album has peaked at number 2 on the UK Albums Chart. The album has also charted in Australia, Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland and United States.
Konnichiwa received acclaim from critics, who praised its role and success in the resurgence of grime music and its cultural identity.
The Hype (Remixes)
Wookie feat Eliza Doolittle
Spend the Night - The Classic Mixes
Danny J Lewis
UK Garage Beats V4
Love Shy (Sam Divine & CASSIMM Remix)
Do You Mind (essess Remix)
Tongue N' Cheek
Previously the darling of the British hip-hop scene, 23-year-old Dizzee Rascal has come under fire more than anyone for selling out to the masses. His English World Cup duet with a tubby comedian put together by Simon Cowell, and a TV talent show judge alongside Jamie Cullum and Sharleen Spiteri, don't exactly scream "ghetto." But his critics seem to have forgotten that given the harsh grimey beats and lyrical intensity of his Mercury Music Prize-winning debut. Dizzee has also sampled Captain Sensible's novelty '80s singalong "Happy Talk," and provided the cringe-worthy rap on the ill-advised "Band Aid 20" project, not exactly the actions of an artist afraid of embracing the mainstream. His fourth studio album, Tongue'N'Cheek, continues to straddle the fine line between voice of the street and voice of the Top 40-buying public. There are undeniably catchy pop hooks galore, particularly on the breakthrough single "Dance wiv Me," an intoxicating blend of spacy synths, disco-pop, and deadpan vocals from Calvin Harris, who also produces the cheeky, summery electro of "Holiday." There's "Dirtee Cash," a carnival-esque reworking of the Adventures of Stevie V's late-'80s club classic, and the seductive G-funk-inspired "Chillin' Wav da Man Dem," where Dizzee reveals a previously unheard smooth, sensitive side. But his council-estate rap sensibilities also filter through on the frenetic dirty beats of "Road Rage," the ska-fused, Aswad-sampling "Can't Tek No More," and the brooding, dubby "Leisure," while the chart-topping success of the Armand Van Helden-produced "Bonkers" seems to have overshadowed the fact that it's an unsettling combination of waling sirens, acidic techno basslines, and clattering rhythms which would have fit easily on any of his previous three releases. Slickly produced and relentlessly infectious, but still offering only glimpses of his edgier beginnings, Tongue'N'Cheek will only further Dizzee's remarkable and seemingly unstoppable rise from the underground.
Fabulous Baker Boys
Never Wanna Say
Rotten Apples (feat. Wiley)
I Refuse: Collected, Vol.1 (feat. Damon Trueitt) [Remixes]
League of My Own II
League of My Own II is the third studio album by British rapper Chip. It was released on 11 August 2017 by Cash Motto Limited. The album is the sequel to Chip's breakthrough mixtape League of My Own and marks its 10-year anniversary. It is Chip's first album in six years since Transition and parting ways with Sony Music. League of My Own II includes guest appearances from Giggs, Ghetts, Jme, Wiley, Donae'o, D Double E and Loick Essien, among others, as well as production from Dready, Swifta Beater and The Fanatix.
Naughty Sesh (VIP)
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