In 11 tracks and 51 minutes, Dave has not just shattered the glass ceiling surrounding the UK rap scene, he has soared to prophet level. Stylised as a therapy session, Psychodrama is as raw and honest as albums come; serving as a beacon of guidance for anyone struggling within a wide spectrum of difficult and traumatising topics. When artists like Dave come around we need to cherish him, this truly is one of the most essential releases this country has seen in a long time; Psychodrama is the UK rap album of a generation. Continue reading “Dave – Psychodrama: Album Review”
Dizzee feels like he’s 10 years younger on this EP, which leads me to raise the point that Dizzee is only 33 years old. Should he continue this amazing form for the next few projects, Dizzee is easily in upper echelon of musicians. Continue reading “Dizzee Rascal – Don’t Gas Me: EP Review”
A lot of people started saying he’s sold out to America, I disagree, I simply think his style has evolved and he’s become so popular he’s catered to both his UK and his US fanbase, and this short but sweet EP is proof of that.