What a week it has been… Oh, right. You won’t know as you either spent your last two days camping outside the Supreme store for the latest drop from the brand, or you have been running around chasing raffle tickets for the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350. Sold out? Oh well you can always tweak your Nike Roshe just like the guy did in the video below

Amazing isn’t it? (sarcasm intended)

Without further ado, here are our tracks of the week.


Oisin: President T Feat. Jammer – Best In Britain

President T links with Boy Better Know Jammer for the new banger ‘Best in Britain’, instrumental produced by Zeph Ellis, many should be well familiar with the instrumental.

Ross: Jorja Smith – Blue Lights [MISTAKAY REMIX]

Fresh remix of ‘Blue Lights’ by Mistakay, 20 year old from Doncaster.

Jake: Kelela – All the Way Down (Air Max ’97 Remix)

Most recent release from Kelela’s Hallucinogen EP has been remixed by many artists. One of them, Air Max ’97, the artist that we’re keeping our eyes open for the coming months. Track filters the original with added instrumental grime beat and charismatic verse. Look out for Air Max ’97 in 2016!

Peter: Aesop Rock – Rings

“Rings” is the first official single from Aesop Rock’s forthcoming album, “The Impossible Kid” which is due to be released on the 29th of April on the Rhymesayers Entertainment.

Emmo: Plastician – Sonic Anxiety

Track designed to represent ‘the hours wasted away fighting insomnia’. It’s monotonous and depressing yet serves as the perfect type of relaxation soundscape. Not designed for clubs, that’s for sure. Track opens your imagination and allows you to access the mystical ice world.

Max: Max Graef & Muff Deep – Mumbojambo

The 19 year old teenage producer Max Graef unleashes his raw-edged organic sounds all over this track.