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P Money 'Ho riddim' "What's that smell face" Alert!

I wasn't around to hear this tune before, so may be a touch late. Had to post
it though.



See what I mean about "What's that smell face"? Tell me your face isn't scrunched up like someone dropped a silent x violent one. Swerve and P Money smelt it, so evidently they dealt it (that was clever wasn't it? I smiled to myself in appreciation).

Shouts to DJ Swerve on the production. D Double E's Street Fighter knocked, so does this! I remember seeing the radio DJ on Kiss tweeting Dready about producing. Good to see what it has produced (made it sound like I was part of the process innit? SICK!). I guess this is where the line between grime and dubstep is blurred. Not saying Swerve reps either scene, but based on sound it's hard to define. Either way that bassline is durrrty

P's too sick. Like beyond gone. He has everything; hype bars, sing along's, deep bars, war bars, clever and witty punchlines, sits on every beat, and (he has what a lot of skippy grime MCs lack) clarity. Ultimately, he has retained the ability to write performance bars. With the live element of grime going down the pan since the first generation of grime, many have concentrated on being good for your own personal listening, in my opinion, and gone a bit too complex and lost it on delivery and clarity.

Tempa T, P Money and Blacks are three artists that I see (on YouTube) and feel are the best live MCs, but P has more in the locker than them for me. Take the song above; the chorus is straight hype, you can see that setting a rave alight reminiscent of the old day one-line flow, then the verses full of punchlines and quotables that the new-age laptop grime fans appreciate.

If I controlled the cheque book of an independent label, trust me, I'm signing P. Likewise, a booking agency.

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