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One9Ate7

  1. Nottingham, UK
  2. Hip-Hop/Rap
  1. collection 121
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  1. I Go Off
    by Cappo
  2. Smoke Filled Room
    by Juga-Naut & Giallo Point
  3. SNOW IN MAY
    by MOTMAN X HOZAY
    Grime And Filth Grime And Filth
    This is that grimey shit we all love.

    Big bars from Motty, Heavy, moody beats by Hozay and a couple dope features thrown in for good measure.

    I recommend you bump this on full volley with ya windows down in the middle of summer.
  4. SNOW IN MAY
    by MOTMAN X HOZAY
    Grime And Filth Grime And Filth
    This is that grimey shit we all love.

    Big bars from Motty, Heavy, moody beats by Hozay and a couple dope features thrown in for good measure.

    I recommend you bump this on full volley with ya windows down in the middle of summer.
  5. Bayonets (GOTM036)
    by Bayonets (Jaroo & Broom Man)
  6. £10 Bag Vol 1 (RVG041) *CD Only* (SOLD OUT)
    by Farma
  7. Dreams Of Paradise
    by Carasel
  8. Situationist: Stolen Art PT.III
    by Juga-Naut
  9. Reliable Pies (GOTM 032)
    by DoberDiction
  10. Puddle Jumpers (RVG036) *FREE DL*
    by Tuff Boyz x Spunny
    Guinness & Ticket Guinness & Ticket
    This album increased my testosterone and helped me grow proper facial hair. This is an album for proper blokes who like bloke stuff. Purple Aki forced himself upon me whilst listening to this album.
  11. The Undiscovered Self
    by Black Opal
  12. The Grownman Showcase
    by Wordsmiff FLIP
    Bunga (feat. Ruste Juxx, Enlish & Red Master) Bunga (feat. Ruste Juxx, Enlish & Red Master)
    On ‘The Grownman Showcase’ we get to see Wordsmiff come full circle as he unapologetically offers an insight into his innermost thoughts and feelings by touching on subjects such as racism, redemption, grief, mental illness and becoming a parent.

    The album showcases his growth and maturity while still remaining true to his roots as a blistering emcee and serves as another solid release to add to his lengthy and often controversial history within the UK Hip Hop scene.
  13. Multiple Mind States
    by Slippy Skills
    Pissed Off (Prod. Baileys Brown) Pissed Off (Prod. Baileys Brown)
    For his first full-length solo release 'Multiple Mind States' - Slippy Skills delivers a well-honed hybridised style of home-grown Hip Hop sprinkled with Drum & Bass influences that span 16 diverse tracks, packed to the brim with razor-sharp, witty penmanship, machine-gun delivery and content as eclectic as the title suggests. The album is one of the most original, refreshing and energisied you will hear from a UK artist in 2021.
  14. Dan Aykroyd ft. Louis Jeffrey (Prod. LU3 Beatz)
    by Slippy Skills
    Nose Busters 4 life
  15. Culture (RVG028b)
    by Sam Krats Ft. Craig G, Mysdiggi, Ramson Badbonez, Gee Bag, Phoenix Da Icefire & Jazz T
    Sam Krats - Culture Ft. Craig G, Mysdiggi, Ramson Badbonez, Gee Bag, Phoenix Da Icefire & Jazz T Sam Krats - Culture Ft. Craig G, Mysdiggi, Ramson Badbonez, Gee Bag, Phoenix Da Icefire & Jazz T
    Monumental release from the Revorg camp - 'Culture' sees producer Sam Krats enlist legends from both sides of the Atlantic to detail their journey in Hip Hop over a monstrous track with some razor sharp cuts by Jazz T.

    Absolutely the best cross-Atlantic collaboration I've heard...No B.S, hard rhymes, dope beat, great list of MC's.

    Also features a fantastic reworking by Beatminerz on the B side.
  16. Botchulism
    by Mustard Tiger
  17. The 3rd Tier
    by Motman & Micall Parknsun
    Motman & Micall Parknsun. Two sides of the same coin, Two eras in UK Hip Hop bridged by the love of the craft and mutual respect. One of the greatest producers of all time passing the baton to one of the biggest prospects the scene has had in over a generation.
  18. Fu, Queue
    by GrimeeQuick
    Stupid Tw&t, my teacher said Stupid Tw&t, my teacher said
    'Fu, Queue' is a hilarious amalgamation of foul mouthed Northern dialect, a massive dose of satire and sprinklings of the world-renowned Northern charm and wit that features a bunch of dope artists spanning the length and breadth of the UK.

    His style and content is often unorthodox, his skill, passion and dedication to the art is undeniable which leaves the listener thoroughly entertained and wanting more.
  19. Unsung King
    by Red Master
    Anthem (feat. Ageing Rapper Vex) Anthem (feat. Ageing Rapper Vex)
    The standard bearer for hardcore, Underground Hip Hop in 2021...

    ‘Unsung King’ is made up of 13 self-produced tracks that showcase Red Master at his absolute best - Displaying his now trademark style of unrivalled flow patterns and relentless barrages of hardcore lyricism - one of the best albums of the year!
  20. Anyone Home?
    by Montener The Menace
    High Noon - Feat. Masta Ace, Rah Digga, Wordsworth & Fatlip - Produced by Wounded Buffalo Beats High Noon - Feat. Masta Ace, Rah Digga, Wordsworth & Fatlip - Produced by Wounded Buffalo Beats
    Montener has a great ear for beats and each cut he's picked has the potential to serve as a standalone single while also fitting in snugly with the overall vibe of the album. Lyrically the album is on point too showcasing a seamless blend of Homegrown Hip Hop and styles from across the Atlantic that can boast an array of world-class guest features at their absolute best and despite the star-power included Montener never sounds out of his depth.