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Kano on 'Game Over'

Spotted this over at Soul Culture. This isn't another Kano jacking and stomping all over someone else's beat like Pow! 2011. This has an interesting background:

"Having collaborated together in 2006 on Kano‘s “Hustler” remix from 140 Grime St, Swedish rapper Lazee and Kano teamed up again in Stockholm, summer 2009 to record some tracks with producer Ishi. One of these tracks was “Game Over”, a record you’ll probably recognise as Tinchy Stryder‘s latest release. Watch below as Lazee & Kano vocal the first version of the “Game Over” production in the studio before it became Tinchy’s cut."



Full track:



You hear he used the "Hood like little Red Riding" as he did on Pow! 2011?

Random Flashback: Wiley x Kano x Ghetts 'She Glows'

Received airplay on 1Xtra, not sure where it charted. Let's be honest this song is absolute garbage. Randomly crossed my mind today. 3 of grime's greatest lyricists ever put out this nonsense.



lol @ the extra's doing the electric slide throughout the vid. That's on par with directors sticking breakdance in videos. It worked for 21 Seconds but the rest of you need to cut it out.

And what the hell was the skank Ghetts doing at the end of the vid. Ghetts skankin is one of the things no one should ever see.

This period of grime was funny. Not gonna lie. I wonder if they cringe about this.

Marvin Sparks blogs for Musicology

Yeah so I've added another avenue to the resume. Check out my piece on Jah Cure's 'Like I See It' with Ricky Ross here

Other things should be poppin soonish.

Tune of the Day: Jah Cure 'Jah Jah Bless Me'

One of my favourite Jah Cure ever. So much love for this tune here. #RandomFact I never knew this was Jah Cure singing until a couple years back. Used to hear it on radio but never knew who it was. My reggae/dancehall credibility is so high that I can tell you that and feel no way.

"I know Jah Jah bless me/ No wicked heart can test me/ No matter how they try" I beg someone tell me of another genre that a song like this gets a massive response alongside what many consider as negative songs (gun and slackness)... It's alright I can wait...



Richie Spice 'Earth A Run Red' is a killer track too

Maaaan, this is that real music. Sorry, but nothing compares to reggae. NOTHING!



Geogia: We Are London



If I said I didn't kinda fancy her I'd be lying. And with that being said, I'm gonna lie... Big up your chest reppin your ends

Fan get Drake face shaved into HIS head

Jacked from PunchBowl

What the hell is going on with this world?! If a girl did an Amber Rose bawlhead then weird but ok I accept you can be bessotted by him. But a man? Really? REALLY?!

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