Joe Fire is an MC who’s been at it for a minute. You can find him on the airwaves of Mode FM, spitting tirelessly alongside other mic men and women looking to make waves in the scene.

His latest track ‘Life’ – produced by Treble Clef – is an introspective number that muses on the curve-balls and obstacles life throws at us. He covers a range of topics, letting us in and talking about the death of his brother, explaining that it serves as the push for him to go harder with the music. Later on in the track, he talks about the realities of having to provide for his children and passes on messages about keeping your mind in check. ‘Life’ travels the whole road, as, by the end of the track, Joe is imagining what life will look like when he reaches the end goal. He shouts out his friends, earmarking them as a strong unit that keeps him up. The instrumental fizzes with melody, providing enough space for Joe to get his bars out, but still providing enough low end and variation to be engaging.

Overall, ‘Life’ is a track to sit down and reflect to, with soft production and bars that will no doubt resonate with plenty of people.


Posted by:Ryan Moss

I'm the sole founder, editor and writer for The Art Of Grime. I love grime and want to push all the sick artists doing things at the moment.

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