This week’s Round Up consists of Skepta, SWV, Paul Wall and more.
When you think of British artists nowadays, you think James Blunt, Lianne La Havas, Corinne Bailey Rae and the late Amy Winehouse. The list of Brit soulful singers goes on, but a very new genre to many American listeners is UK Hip-Hop. Jesse James Solomon’s “The Ride Home” takes you on a smooth intro of the British Hip-Hop scene.
Skepta releases a new track, “Top Boy” off of his recent Tim Westwood mixtape. British Hip-Hop for the takeover? Sounds like it.
Dave East brings you his latest mixtape “Hate Me Now.” Expressing exactly how he feels in his most recent track, “Numb.” As if words weren’t enough, East releases a “Numb” music video capturing his story.
SWV, the Sisters With Voices, are back! Releasing their latest single “Ain’t No Man” off their forthcoming album Still. Twenty-five years later and their voices still have us very much into them.
Paul Wall drops a Scoop DeVille production, “Swangin In The Rain.” The best Cadillac, candy paint, chrome, on twenties, late night riding music.