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Common Sense is the debut studio album by British rapper J Hus. It was released on 12 May 2017 by Black Butter Records, distributed by Sony Music, for digital download and CD purchase. The album features production from long-time collaborator Jae5, along with guest appearances from MoStack, Mist, Tiggs da Author and Burna Boy.
Common Sense debuted at number six on the UK Albums Chart and received widespread acclaim from critics. It is certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry. The lead single, "Did You See", peaked at number nine on the UK Singles Chart, becoming J Hus' highest-charting single. Complex ranked it number one on the UK's Best Albums of 2017.
Diamond In The Dirt
Diamond in the Dirt is the second extended play (EP) by English rapper Mist. It was released on 9 February 2018 through Warner Bros. Records and Sickmade Ent. It marks Mist's second full length project following his debut EP M I S to the T in September 2016. It features production from frequent collaborator Steel Banglez, and guest appearances from Nines, Not3s, Jessie Ware and Mostack, among others.
High Street Kid
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.
King Of The North
King of the North is the third (EP) by UK grime rapper Bugzy Malone. The EP was released on 14 July 2017 by Ill Gotten Records, which is an independent record label set up by Malone. It is categorised as grime and hip hop.
The album consists of eight tracks and was released after Malone's Part 2 Fire In The Booth on BBC Radio 1 Xtra with Charlie Sloth. It was certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry recognising album equivalent sales of 60,000+. The album had three charting singles, "Through the Night", "Memory Lane" and "Bruce Wayne", charting at 92, 74 and 99, respectively.
The guest appearances for the album include Tom Grennan, DJ Luck and MC Neat. All songs in the album were classified as explicit. The main producers in the album were DJ Luck, Shift K3Y and Z.Dot. Others producers involved were Ali Karim, S-X and Toddla T. For the music videos uploaded in the album, the directors were Connor Hamilton, G.Kuba & Wayne Lennox.
Secure The Bag!
FR32 is the fourth studio album by British musician Wretch 32. It was released on 13 October 2017 through Polydor Records. It features Kojo Funds, Avelino whom Wretch previously collaborated on a mixtape titled Young Fire, Old Flame released in 2015.
Letter to Krept
Do It Right
Yungen & Sneakbo
Where Have You Been?
Game Over is the second extended play by British rapper Dave. It was released on 3 November 2017 independently for streaming and digital download. The EP includes 7 tracks with production rapper, Fraser T Smith, 169 and Steel Banglez, alongside a guest appearance from MoStack. It succeeds Dave's debut EP, Six Paths.
Game Over debuted at number thirteen on the UK Albums Chart. The EP was supported by two singles: "Question Time" and "No Words" featuring MoStack, the latter of which peaked at number 17 on the UK Singles Chart.
Lets Lurk (feat. LD, Dimzy, Asap, Monkey & Liquez)
Get Rich or Get Recalled
Young T & Bugsey
You'll Never Make a Million from Grime EP
Pure Koke, Vol. 4 (PK4)
Mixtape of the Year
Dun Talkin' (feat. Abra Cadabra)
Smokin' (Remix) [feat. Chip & Black the Ripper]
On a Roll
Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament
Tion Wayne & Hardy Caprio
Flow Of The Year (feat. Jme)
Mad About Bars
Mixtape Madness & M Huncho
Hardest Out Vol. 1
Say My Grace (feat. Kojo Funds)
You Alright Yeah?
Ain't Bothered (Sammy Porter Remix)
Hard 2 Smile - EP
Large Amounts (feat. Young Adz & Dirtbike LB)
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.
Lifestyle Of A Pirate
The Devil In
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