Given the subject matter of the original ‘DBT’ regarding colourism within the Grime scene and ethnic minority communities in general; it’s only right that Lioness invited other melanin magnificent females to the remix, to speak their minds and share their own views over the same bad ass beat complete with wailing sirens, which made the original hit so hard. The first 40 seconds begins in the same way as the original, with Lioness original lyrics. When we reach the bar “Any time you bring us down, imma raise up all of dem” her words begin to echo signifying her squad..
If this smooth as silk instrumental sounds familiar that’s because it was revisited on the return to Grime roots album ‘Godfather’ by Grime stalwart Wiley. Beat master Kid D crafted a wifey riddim which sounds current giving us girls something to sway to whilst finding ourselves swept away on the waves of nostalgia as he… Continue reading Kid D makes it look 2 Eazy ‘You were always Part 2’ Instrumental
The Coventry couple on and off record, have applied this formula to their single 'Frontin' and it's a winner. Whizzy's lyrics are honest and mature for his young years; as he shares that his focus is on "Makin' bangers with my family"; but he is fully aware of the trolls surrounding him who won't want him to succeed, to which he contests "Gotta stay hard hittin', viking." You can't help but wonder just what it is this young artist has experienced when he wearily claims, "19 soon life's drawing to an end, brother I ain't lyin.'" hopefully it won't be long before an EP release which will expand upon these themes,