The Camp Flog Gnaw creator gifted fans with not one but two unreleased tracks on YouTube. The first, "Best Interest," will satisfy fans of the more melodic and soulful side of Tyler, while fans looking for the real bars have what they're looking for in "Group B." The former was also accompanied by a visual, and Tyler revealed the song was originally planned for his Grammy-nominated album, Igor.
Murs and The Grouch Announce New Duo “Thees Handz,” Self-Titled Album for November 2019 Release and Two New Songs
Former Living Legends member Murs and current member The Grouch have reunited with a new hip hop duo entitled Thees Hansz, along with a new self-titled album set for release on November 8th via Empire Records. In addition to this album announcement, the duo announced two new tracks “Thees Handz” and “Be Nice” featuring Brady Watt. “Thees Handz” features a booming hip hop beat, with confident and braggadocios lyrics, where both rappers discuss the origins of their career, and how they achieved success on their own. The chorus sums up the song’s energy...
Samm Henshaw debuts his new song " Only One to Blame" with an animated visualiser.
The newest single from Samm is a retrospective story of regret. Samm reminisces on his short comings in his relationship, starting the song with the line "Messed up our situation, this much is true". Sincerely accepting his failings and taking ownership of past mistake, with the chorus ringing out "I am the only one to blame".
The visualiser uses an animated scene of Tower Bridge, with Samm and his band in a Swan-shaped boat...
Rapsody‘s “Oprah” video goes back to the hood to showcase Black unity and power. From shooting dice with big-faced hundreds on the corner around a handle of Bumbu Rum to taking a homeless man on a joy ride with her in her Audi, Rapsody shows Black pride throughout her latest visual.