Clashing is a long standing tradition in grime music, picked up from dancehall by the originators of the scene. With lyrical war comes personality on the mic, and Rosebank Records have assembled three of grime’s most animated for a weighty track titled ‘Dungeon’.

The beat – produced by grime royalty Crayzee Bandit – is on a dark tip, as brass motifs come out of the speakers with a majestic strut. 808s boom from the depths, creating a minimal sound board for the MCs to jostle over. It’s Ten Dixon up first, lacing the beat with his characteristic scatter gun delivery. Funky Dee sprays out his bars with manic energy; while Logan finishes of the track with a war ready verse in his now trademark patois style.



Posted by:Ryan Moss

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