In a collaboration for the ages, Sheffield emcee Immi Larusso has linked up with Australian Nelson Dialect and American Dango Forlaine for ‘Swear Down’, one of the lengthier helpings of lo-fi introspection.
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Alongside this, he has been selling letters as physical releases to fans and posting a few of the singles on his YouTube.
One of the best third-person rappers I can think of is kicking off a mini-series of monthly releases with extravagant single ‘Henriquez’, named and inspired by wine-maverick Roberto Henriquez whom Papi befriended whilst in the Bio Bio valley, Chile.
Dabbla has taken a grimey turn with his latest drop ‘Wave’ produced by long-time friend and collaborator GhostTown, whom fans may remember from the legendary Dead Players expeditions alongside Jam Baxter.
“I feel like I’m a person of extremes- I can be very serious, hardworking and driven but also know how to get silly and loose, and not take myself too seriously. I wanted this tune to encapsulate that contrast a little – this album in particular tackles some deep topics, but I wanted to show I that I can also have a light-hearted side!”
‘Bad Tuesday’ is the 5-track EP constructed by DJ-duo Allone who have blended European electronic sounds into their UK rap…
Sheffield rapper and producer Sk!nt is taking UK rap back to its roots with a string of gritty freestyles aired…
London emcee Isatta Sheriff has dropped six-track EP ‘Eat The Kiwi Skin’ with Italian producer Koralle, a jazz-infused hip-hop project teeming with promising collaborations.
Clbrks has teamed up with Scottish producer Vagrant Real Estate (I know three in three on Scottish producers) for ‘The…
Wasps kept popping up in the studio. They were all over the gaff man; they became part of the tapestry, part of the mythos.
Scottish emcee and producer Tzusan unveils his upcoming project ‘WSPSNSYRP’ with title track ‘Wasps in Syrup’, premiering here on Public Pressure.
Another boppy entry from the illusive yet impressive Nokia Mansion in the form of two colourful singles ‘Crip Blue’ and ‘Purple Rain’.