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4D Grime Cuts: April 2013
One of those bored Sunday afternoon things; thought I’d put together a little playlist on the new Youtube with a few grime bits I’ve been feeling recently - listen here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAGA8-o25Be4xcAy34sn9Q4qJKrumaFfj
D.O.K - Document
Managed to bag this on white label a couple of weeks ago and the whole EP has been on repeat since
Skepta - Ace Hood Flow
There are a few Skepta tunes I’m really liking at the moment, but this has to be a percy
Boofy - Since When
Been rinsing this for some time now so glad to see it getting a release soon, Boof has been killing it recently - watch out for his 4D mix in the next couple of weeks
Breen - Walk
Another interesting tune from Leeds producer Breen: he’s been getting a lot of DJ support lately from Dusk + Blackdown, Wen, DJ Barely Legal and Kahn, so it’s safe to say big things are to come (check his production showcase mix from October last year for more - http://soundcloud.com/breen/production-showcase-002-oct)
Big Narstie - Smoking and Drinking
Narstie is an all-round don, probably one of the funniest guys in grime I’ve ever seen (contrary to his name of course) - this tune is one of my all-time favourites
Ribz - Shot To Get Paid
Ever since I heard this in Kahn’s MOTW for Mixmag, I’ve dropped it so many times I’ve lost count now - Ribz goes in hard
DJ XTC - Functions On The Low
Also known as Ruff Sqwad’s ‘Functions On The Low' (released on their No Hats No Hoods white label classics compilation), this instrumental is a favourite among favourites as I love most of their stuff
Big Narstie - Spun A Web
Managed to get this on white label recently as well (produced by P Jam), nice take on the original Coldplay tune, but with Narstie, Solo & Demon on the mic - what could be better?!
Dizzee Rascal - Hoe
Wen’s refix of this classic is huge, but after looking up the original instrumental I can safely say there was hope for Dizzee back in the day - not so much now…
Wen - Sway (Epoch Remix)
You know when Wen and Epoch get on something together it’s gonna be fire and this is no exception - Epoch bringing the tribal flavour to this big Wen production

4D Grime Cuts: April 2013


One of those bored Sunday afternoon things; thought I’d put together a little playlist on the new Youtube with a few grime bits I’ve been feeling recently - listen here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAGA8-o25Be4xcAy34sn9Q4qJKrumaFfj

D.O.K - Document

Managed to bag this on white label a couple of weeks ago and the whole EP has been on repeat since

Skepta - Ace Hood Flow

There are a few Skepta tunes I’m really liking at the moment, but this has to be a percy

Boofy - Since When

Been rinsing this for some time now so glad to see it getting a release soon, Boof has been killing it recently - watch out for his 4D mix in the next couple of weeks

Breen - Walk

Another interesting tune from Leeds producer Breen: he’s been getting a lot of DJ support lately from Dusk + Blackdown, Wen, DJ Barely Legal and Kahn, so it’s safe to say big things are to come (check his production showcase mix from October last year for more - http://soundcloud.com/breen/production-showcase-002-oct)

Big Narstie - Smoking and Drinking

Narstie is an all-round don, probably one of the funniest guys in grime I’ve ever seen (contrary to his name of course) - this tune is one of my all-time favourites

Ribz - Shot To Get Paid

Ever since I heard this in Kahn’s MOTW for Mixmag, I’ve dropped it so many times I’ve lost count now - Ribz goes in hard

DJ XTC - Functions On The Low

Also known as Ruff Sqwad’s ‘Functions On The Low' (released on their No Hats No Hoods white label classics compilation), this instrumental is a favourite among favourites as I love most of their stuff

Big Narstie - Spun A Web

Managed to get this on white label recently as well (produced by P Jam), nice take on the original Coldplay tune, but with Narstie, Solo & Demon on the mic - what could be better?!

Dizzee Rascal - Hoe

Wen’s refix of this classic is huge, but after looking up the original instrumental I can safely say there was hope for Dizzee back in the day - not so much now…

Wen - Sway (Epoch Remix)

You know when Wen and Epoch get on something together it’s gonna be fire and this is no exception - Epoch bringing the tribal flavour to this big Wen production