Chip has just dropped a remix to his hit tune My Bruddaz. Originally he had Wiley and Frisco on the track, but this time round he has switched it up and brought through two of the grime scenes most prominent figures, JME and Bizzle.
Bizzle and JME both spit fire over the beat which had initially collected almost 287,000 views on Chip’s YouTube channel. I predict that this remix will go on to accumulate a massive amount of views.
The North London MC has been extremely active with his sends for Bugzy and Tinie as of late, but it appears he has been side tracked for the time being and put his energy into something different.
Although, Wiley and Frisco did body the beat last time round, JME and Bizzle offer something a bit different and, for me, it works perfectly.
Avelino has come through and dropped another banger with ‘Sorry Not Sorry’. Just 1 month after getting upcoming Mo Stack and Haile to jump on the Money Over Everything (M.O.E) remix, Avelino has thrown some more fire at us to remind us not to sleep on him.
The London MC is definitely onto big things this year. After seeing him support Stormzy in Birmingham, I can speak for myself and many others when I say that AV is destined to be successful in the rap game. It’s not only AV that I believe will blow up, but the crew he has got working with him. They appear to be a very determined and hardworking clique which only will only breed success.
The track that got me hot onto Avelino’s movements was ‘Oh My’ and he has only continued to impress me with his frequent releases on a number of platforms, mainly Link Up TV, who have shown him a lot of love.
After 7 months of releasing the visuals to their big track ‘Trapping Ain’t Dead’ Section Boyz have revisited the banger and brought J Avalanche to spit with them. With the visuals being dropped on Sunday night it has already collected almost 28,000 views and that is only going to grow.
J Avalanche really brings out a different side to the track and I personally think it works well. This collaboration was a masterpiece and I feel both sets of artists really compliment each other on the track.
After taking the UK rap game by storm over the past 12 months it is safe to say that Section Boyz’ new mixtape Don’t Panic was eagerly anticipated by many. And it didn’t fail to impress with the mixtape reaching No.36 in the UK Album Charts. It just goes to show that you cannot sleep on Section.
Their debut project ‘Sectionly’ gave everyone a taster of what to expect in the future. It was extremely interesting to listen to as nobody really knew what to expect from this group of young men coming straight out of South London. Many collectives have tried, but have always been missing something. Personally, I believe that Section Boyz have found the right balance and have combined a number of diverse voices to create this very raw and unique sound which will shape the UK music scene for years to come.
This project for me is like no other that has been released in the UK rap game for the past decade. I cannot remember the last time I listened to a mixtape and struggled to find any flaws. Don’t Panic is full of hooks and versesthat are immediately imprinted on your brain that you will listen to time and time again. This tape definitely has high replay value, and like ‘Sectionly’ I can guarantee that you will have this mixtape on repeat for months.
I first listened to Don’t Panic on the day of release (18th September) and have been listening to it continuously for the past month. It is full of bangers, and each and every member plays their part.
It’s not only me that is gassed about this project. The 6 God himself was bumping Section on the OVO Show. He premiered Lock Arff, and we have heard them on there a number of times before. Since then he has posted a number of times on Instagram about the crew. He’s not the only one to jump on the hype, both Lily Allen and Rita Ora have shown love for the crew. As the boyz are taking the game by storm and getting large names promoting their movement we can only expect big things from the group on a global scale.