Big tunes form the big hitters…
Foreign Beggars – Goon Bags (UZ rmx) – New signing to Mad Decent.
Nuevo-trap star…from…urmmm…everyone’s askin ‘who’s UZ?’
TNGHT – Higher Ground
Hudmo and Lunice – two of our fav producers make a song with huge horns and a rave-esque sped up vocals. Hearing this played out A LOT!
Noisses – Run Your Mouth ft. RTKAL, Lady Leshurr & Foreign Beggars
Heavy beat from Noisses…And Lady Leshurr put it DOWN…If you don’t know her Youtube Her!
Karizma – 2Twos
Long time bredren, and one of the best from from these shores to pick up a mic. Shows here he can do it on Grime better than most young uns.
J. Sweet – Can’t Stop My Grime (Starkey RMX ft. Virus Syndicate)
Starkey is a beast on the boards and one of the few Yanks that really understands Garage and Grime.
Trolley Snatcha ft. Foreign Beggars – Lock N Load
Causing internal bodily damage at every show we do, ruthless drop.
Flosstradamus – Rollup (Baauer Remix)
The original was ‘ard but the remix…Jeeeeez, played this opening for Deadmau5 at the iTunes festival the other day.
ARP 101 + Elliot Yorke – Fluro Black
Elliott Yorke of Royalty alongside ARP101 come with a certified banger off their collab EP on Donky Pitch
French Fries – Smoke Wine (Justin Martin’s Smoke Alarm Remix)
Off Claude von Strokes Dirty Bird Recs…BANGERRR!
Son of Kick – Eyes Open Wide (ft. Virus Syndicate x Foreign Beggars)
Some hybrid shit…Virus are very underrated over here, some of the best Grime MCs on track too-rep hard for Mani and killing it States side. SOK killed the beat.
Foreign Beggars dropped the first taste of their forthcoming album for mau5trap last month to widespread praise. The infectiously brazen swagger of ‘Palm Of My Hand’ was a bold statement of intent, and one which they are set to firmly substantiate with their next offering. Teaming up with once again with previous collaborator and revered producer Alix Perez as well as recruiting a guest appearance from multi-talented vocalist Donae’o, the boys clearly aren’t wasting any time and remain intent on upping the stakes further still as they unleash ‘Flying To Mars’.
Tuned in to a deeper but no less hard hitting frequency, ‘Flying To Mars’ finds them wiring their razor sharp rhymes to the otherworldly terrain of Perez’s production. Built on waves of deep sub bass undulations and skittering hi hats, the expansive production provides a blank canvas for Beggars to direct the mood of the track. Donae’o’s soft, reflective chorus acts as jumping off point for Orifice Vulgatron and Metropolis to swap verses, dexterously exploring themes of altered states of consciousness.
The group, individually known as Orifice Vulgatron, Metropolis and DJ Nonames, have built a revered reputation over the last decade for their versatility, prolific creativity and high octane live shows Having successfully changed the face of UK hip hop, Foreign Beggars’ more recent output has seen them up the ante with a genre defying blend of upfront sounds and collaborating with some of the most exciting producers around. Their last ‘The Harder They Fall’ EP on Never Say Die last year saw them working with Alix Perez, Mensah and Skrillex to name just a few. Now as they sign to mau5trap and with their brand new album ‘The Uprising’ slated for release at the end of July, they are opening the next chapter in their story.