Blabz – One Side To Every Story (Noble Throne Media) @Blabz1 @ParkStreetPR

More dope UK Hip-Hop here, this time from Blabz, a name you should get to know. Hailing from the East Midlands, its quite refreshing to hear talent from outside the capital city for a change. This focussed sound conspirator has been making music since his teens being influenced from the vibrant UK & US Hip-Hop scene. ‘One Side To Every Story’ couldn’t be accused of lacking ambition as it draws on a diverse range of musical elements from boombap, trap, grime, hip-hop and more, and comfortably pushes well beyond Hip-Hop’s limited horizons. For generations it seems British artists have talked a good game, but now though on this evidence we have a player that can blast away into the limelight.


Scott Patterson

QuePac – The Flask

Brooklyn rap duo QuePac released their first official music video today for “The Flask” from the QuePac EP, which dropped in March. Directed by Borough Entertainment, the video is more a short film than a video, telling the story of a night of excessive drinking across several different parties, and also the events of the morning after, starting with waking up in an odd place with a pounding hangover.

The song is an ode to self-destruction. It also features an energetic verse by Shane MauX (of the acclaimed group, Duk Duk Goose), and artwork for the project features a portrait by Eat the Cake NYC (who has worked on photo/film projects with Rex Arrow, Mac Miller, Homeboy Sandman and others). While this is QuePac’s first music video, members of QuePac have been featured on Shade45, Kevin Nottingham, 8th hop outlets.

QuePac is a collaboration between long-time Brooklyn favorites Que Cee and Paco (from Duk Duk Goose). The team-up sprouted out of the vibrant Bushwick music scene, where some of the most innovative sounds in Brooklyn are emerging, and from which most of their inspiration for this project is drawn.

Independently, they have performed shows at major New York venues such as Irving Plaza, Gramercy Theater, Public Assembly, Sullivan Hall, as well as at out of state venues and music festivals like Afro-Punk and StereoTerra.

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Illa Ghee – Social Graffiti (Album Stream)

About ‘Social Graffiti’:
Longtime Brooklynite lyricist Illa Ghee gets set to release his third solo full length LP, Social Graffiti, which is set to be released through IMOR Entertainment on July 8th. The album features guest appearances from industry veterans Sean Price, O.C., Fame (of M.O.P.), Guilty Simpson, JuJu (of The Beatnuts), Royal Flush, General Steele (of Smif-n-Wessun), and boasts production from legendary beatsmiths such as Large Professor (Nas, Busta Rhymes), Ayatollah (Mos Def, Ghostface Killah) and Team Demo (50 Cent), among others.

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Illa Ghee is an RIAA Certified Gold Record recipient for his guest appearance on the song “Can’t Get Enough Of It” as featured on Mobb Deep’s third album, Hell on Earth, which was released in November of 1996. Ghee is also featured on “Hold You Down,” featuring Prodigy and Nina Sky, off The Alchemist’s debut solo LP, 1st Infantry, which peaked at number 101 on the the Billboard 200 and number 11 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Over the years, Illa Ghee has collaborated with an array of iconic emcees such as Mobb Deep, The Beatnuts, Tragedy Khadafi, Blaq Poet, Inspectah Deck, Mic Geronimo, Jaz-O, and more and has performed alongside Slick Rick, Cypress Hill, and Dilated Peoples, among others. To date, Ill Ghee has worked with several notable industry producers such as The Alchemist, Large Professor, Havoc, Ayatollah and DJ Skizz, among others, and was one of the first Hip-Hop recording artists to collaborate with Benny Blanco for the track “Let’em Know,” whose gone onto create music for the likes of Katy Perry, Rihanna, Maroon 5 and more.

01. Social Graffiti (Intro) (prod. by William Giovanni)
02. Salute The General (feat. Fame) [prod. by DJ Skizz]
03. Speak To ‘Em (feat. Sean Price) [prod. by Crummie Beats]
04. Murda Boyz (prod. by Diallo)
05. Rum Raisin (prod. by M. Stacks)
06. Get Money (prod. by Vinyl Frontiers)
07. Razor Blade Vomit (prod. by Amazing SB)
08. Blurred Pupil (feat. Rell) [prod. by Shawneci]
09. James Worthy (prod. by George Black)
10. Bruised Ego (feat. JuJu) [prod. by Crummie Beats]
11. No Mercy (feat. Guilty Simpson & Switch) [prod. by Crummie Beats]
12. B.O.D.Y. (Bars Over Dose Yours) (prod. Crummie Beats)
13. Hold Up (feat Royal Flush) [prod. by Grayce Musik]
14. Talking In A 3rd Person (prod. by Ayatollah)
15. 90 (prod. by Large Professor)
16. On The Bklyn Side (feat. Steele & O.C.) [prod. by Shawneci]
17. Open Up The Door (prod. by Team Demo)

Mobb Ryder – The Blockumentary #Mixtape #Review @Mobb_Ryder @ParkStreetPR


Here’s a great release from an artist who is destined for huge success. If you haven’t seen Mobb Ryder’s videos up on SBTV you’ve been sleeping, so before you slap yourself let us tell you about his new project ‘The Blockumentary’.

This eighteen track mixtape seems like it’s on original beats so in all fairness you could call it an album. It actually plays like an album too, as in it shifts from mood to mood painting inner city audio soundscapes complimented by top notch bars.

His wordplay is tight and he has a talent for doing catchy non cheesy hooks which i noticed too. Make sure you grab this today.

Mobb Ryder – The Blockumentary (Track-list):

01 – 12 Stories
02 – Street Tales Feat. Tony Flamez
03 – Hustlers
04 – On The Corner
05 – Lord Forgive Us
06 – Blown Away
07 – Utopia
08 – Tavy Bridge
09 – Playground
10 – Aint Nothing Changed
11 – The Ends
12 – The Otherside
13 – Penicillin On Toast
14 – Pushin Out
15 – Passion
16 – Stone Roses
17 – Escape
18 – Go So High

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Hipman Junky ‘On The Fence’ #Video #Single #Review @hipmanjunky @parkstreetpr


Hipman Junky is a UK talent that is well worthy of your attention and he is back with his latest single ‘On The Fence’. Mixing up modern urban sounds this track reminds me of Rizzle Kicks without the cheesy bits, it got essence of The Streets and even Basement Jaxx with its sprinking of ragga… If originality is the key then Hipman has the key to the city!

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Dirtz of N2P ‘Hunger Pains’ (Prod. by Dr. G) #Review @Dirty0121 @ParkStreetPR


Birmingham rapper and one half of Nothink 2 Prove (N2P) is back with a new long player that features a whole string of Midlands names like Asad (LOTD), Cipher Jewels (Moorish Delta 7) , I – Yudah (TGYD), M3 & Dece Divine (N2P), Giz Da Boss Type (Royalist), Vertex, Andre I and Meeks (S-Squad). This is clever road music with a real message in a lot of the songs. It bangs and impresses as the tracks hit with depth. Music from the streets for the streets, go cop it.

Dirtz of N2P ‘Hunger Pains’ (Track-list):

01 – Life Lessons Feat. Asad (LOTD)
02 – Aim High Feat. Cipher Jewels (Moorish Delta 7)
03 – Like a Boss
04 – Underestimated Me Feat. I – Yudah (TGYD)
05 – Lookin Up
06 – Go Hard Feat. M3 (N2P) Giz Da Boss Type (Royalist)
07 – Walk Alone Feat. M3 (N2P)
08 – Make Ends Meet Feat. Dece Divine (N2P) & Vertex
09 – Find a Way Feat. Dece Divine (N2P)
10 – The System
11 – Whats It All About Feat. M3 (N2P)
12 – Good Time Feat. M3 (N2P) & Andre I
13 – Life Lessons Feat. M3 (N2P) & Meeks (S-Squad)

All tracks produced by Dr. G.

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Shakezpeare – Unfabricated (EP Review) @Shakezspeare @ParkStreetPR


There’s no stopping Shakezpeare as he moves from strength to strength, consistent and diverse this Coventry rapper puts it down well and this EP proves that. Hard beats and metaphors, this is fire from the off with some killer collobo’s with Genesis Elijah, Trademark Blud and more. Make sure you grab this.

UNFABRICATED E.P (Track-list):

01 – HAVE YOU – Prod by SK
04 – T.O.DD.Y – Prod by EMBRA BEATS
05 – NU BLUEZ ft VICIOUS Prod by SK


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Soloman Gehazi & Termite – Gehazimite @RemnantMuzic @ParkStreetPR


Time for some more uplifting boom bap from Wolverhampton’s Soloman Gehazi and London producer Termite. This thirteen track album features Rhyme Pad’s Stakka Lyrics, leading UK deejay and producer Jabba tha kut, label mate D7, Hot Roc from Lost Alliance and many more.

I love the balance of styles and music on here and I love the whole vibe throughout the project. The bars come thick and fast with killer punch-lines and the beats bang from start to finish. This is definitely one of our favourite UK releases of the month.

If you love quality Boom Bap with a positive vibe then this is for you folks!

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Words: Scott Patterson