Sunday, March 27, 2011
Saturday, March 26, 2011
Dot Rotten - Pop Artist
So the War Report is kicking off fully in 2011, it started with Goodz taking hits on Battle Hype, Wiley then flew a track back at Goodz as well as Ghetts. Who he felt should reply to Goodz. He also brought Dot Rotten's name into it, as they had a few back and forth twitter comments about each other. This also goes back years to when Dot sent for Wiley and he never replied a few years back on the Can't Diss Hoodstars. Will he reply this time around? We will have to wait till Monday night!
Posted by Hyperfrank at 8:55 PM
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Urban Nerds at XOYO!
SATURDAY 26TH MARCH | 9PM-3AM
£12 SAVER TICKETS / £15 STANDARD FROM HERE
XOYO | 32-37 COWPER STREET, SHOREDITCH, LONDON, EC2A 4AP
NEAREST TUBE: OLD STREET STATION (USE EXIT 4)
NEWHAM GENERALS LIVE (D Double E & Footsie ft. DJ Tubby)
ENGINE-EARZ EXPERIMENT LIVE
RATTUS RATTUS & KLOSE ONE
MARCUS NASTY PRESENTS:
MARCUS NASTY (Rinse FM)
MAK 10 & SPYRO (Rinse FM)
SCOTT GARCIA (It's a London Thing)
SUNDAY ROAST & JOOK 10
WEEKSEY (Dejavu FM)
G SMALLS & KRISBY (Live FM)
MCS: RANKIN, SHANTIE, REEPO & JAY RUSTO
Posted by Hyperfrank at 5:38 PM
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Some people tell me I'm an one hit wonder, they don't like me no wonder, cause I've been apart of two number one's and a number two
Wiley - Therapy Battling [YOUTUBE]
Since Battle Hype, we've had Goodz step back and cause a massive reaction from not only fans but also between artists mentioned. Wiley has gone in on twitter and declared, in a nut shell, that he's battled Goodz too many times and others like Ghetts need to step up. For the whole of yesterday and today, William has been literally egging him on. Imagine there's friction in the school playground and there's always that one individual that will influence one to fight, "you're not hard enough, you're scared". Well instead replace the playground with twitter, one individual with Wiley and you kind of get the picture. Wiley has since taken it upon himself to get involved in the war with this new dub played a few hours ago on JJ's show on Rinse FM.
The dub itself addresses Ghetts not wanting to reply to Goodz, then he moves on to Durrty Goodz where he points fun at his new single's video. "Go to war with no money in my pocket, it's not about doe because I'm still a big achiever, they can be Ghetts, Rotten, Goodz or Double (D Double E) - I still know I'm going to defeat ya'. He then takes a hit at Dot Rotten, which was triggered off again on twitter, because Dot said that Will copied his singing on hooks style etc. It also got brought up by fans that Wiley was quick to get on Ghett's back to reply to Goodz, but he (Wiley) never replied to Young Dot (now Dot Rotten) when he sent for him with the classic 'make eskimo dance' bar on F*ck Radio 5.
It always seems to happen, when I lose a bit of faith in Wiley and think he can't go in hard like he used to, he drops something like this. This Dub reminds me of a more up to date version of his Movement War Report. Some one call National Grid, there's been a gas leak.
Still finishing post...
Posted by Hyperfrank at 6:22 PM
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
You could of been a Grime saviour but all you saw was the paper and become a Grime hater - You was even dissing Grime MC's and now you're back trying to be the Grime MC?
Durrty Goodz - Battle Hype [YOUTUBE]
I've been a bit quiet on the blogging, a load of half hearted free EP's and embarrassing 'sending' if you can even call it that. There have however, been a few really important tracks and releases that I will be blogging about in the next few days, so keep locked in and locked on.
Something that made me completely tare up my wall paper tonight was Durrty Goodz's new tune Battle Hype which you can hear above. Try and understand before you get a little too excited, this is not Goodz sending for anyone it's him playing about with different concepts. The angle this time, although it has been done before (go here) by Trim, is about taking on different MC flow and characteristics while in the middle of a battle. He also plays the opponent, and even throws in a clash with himself and Kano, where he kicks around a few home truths that could possibly come up in a clash against him. Listen carefully and you'll hear Skepta vs Ghetts, Wiley vs Dizzee, Kano vs Goodz and D Double vs Titch. It's got a lot of people talking, even some who most likely haven't even heard it, throwing around suggestions that it's a war report. Don't get too excited, save that for his Volume Control.
Posted by Hyperfrank at 2:08 AM
Sunday, March 06, 2011
We're three editions deep in now and thanks to, ROUNDHOUSE & Money Clothing Volume Control is about to up the levels even more and while we're at it get a little dirty. Let's also not forget we also have a great line up of productions for you to pick from.
Rules: Every edition we choose 1 artist, #3 is Durrty Goodz, we give you three different productions, you vote which one you would prefer Goodz to vocal and we take them into Roundhouse studios.
The voting poll is officially opened till Saturday 12th March - Midnight. This is a chance for you to get involved and tell us, from the selection, what you'd like to hear the legendary Goodz over. The Third edition have some exciting producers from Grime that all have their own unique styles. Mr Mitch gives us a hype refix of his Pimp Shoes , with it's mellow tones and sharp melodies this definitely gives space for an artist to release a lot of emotion. Hailed as a new generation Joker, Numan delivers with a Punch Bag for an MC to batter. Last but not least we have one of grime's hottest producers of the moment - Royal T with his VIP refix of his recently released Orangeade.
As always it's in YOUR hands which production you'd like to hear Durrty Goodz on. So stop reading and get voting.
Mr Mitch - Pimp Shoes (Ending Refix)
Numan - Punch Bag
Royal T - Orangeade VIP
Voting Ends: 13.3.11
Posted by Hyperfrank at 3:28 PM