BackRoad Gee has dropped his debut mixtape, 'Reporting Live (From The Back of the Roads)'. Stream it below.
It's the London artist's first new full-length project since 2020's album, 'Mukta vs Mukta', and features a slew of high-profile names in the credits, including JME, Stefflon Don, BG, Lethal Bizzle, Ms. Banks, Pa Salieu, Nissi, NSG, and Olamide.
Ghetts, Shaybo, BackRoad Gee and Little Simz are among the names nominated for this year's GRM Daily Rated Awards.
The rap and grime awards return as a virtual ceremony on 16th September. Due to take place in partnership with YouTube Music, this year’s awards is the sixth instalment of the event and will celebrate the best in Black British music.
A new festival celebrating Black culture from around the world will take place in London this summer.
Yam Carnival will take place on Clapham Common on 28th August, and features a stacked line-up of artists from across the globe, bringing the sounds of Afrobeats, hip-hop, house, gqom, Afro-swing, R&B and more to three stages.
Pa Salieu made his U.S. tv debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last week.
The Coventry rapper, who last year released his debut mixtape 'Send Them To Coventry', joined the Fallon show last Thursday (21st) for a brand new rendition of mixtape track, 'Frontline'.
Pa Salieu has been named as the winner of the BBC’s Sound of 2021 poll.
The Coventry rapper, who last year released his debut mixtape 'Send Them To Coventry', follows in the footsteps of the likes of Adele and Sam Smith in being named the winner of the poll. He follows on from last year's winner, Celeste.
Pa Salieu has announced his first headline tour.
The Coventry-based, Gambia-raised MC won over tastemakers from Benji B to Annie Mac when he exploded onto the scene in 2019 with tracks like 'Dem A Lie' and 'Frontline', and earlier this year released new single and video, 'My Family', alongside Backroad Gee.
Pa Salieu has released a new single and video, 'My Family (feat. Backroad Gee)'.
The Coventry, UK-based, Gambia-raised MC won over tastemakers from Benji B to Annie Mac when he exploded onto the scene in 2019 with tracks like 'Dem A Lie' and 'Frontline'. This latest packs more low slung swagger and hypnotic locked loops, and features rhymes and lines from London rapper Backroad Gee, who invited Salieu to appear on his own track, 'Party Popper', earlier this year.