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Big H Speaks On New LP ‘Fire And Smoke’, Going Back To Prison And Being ‘Imitated’ By Boy Better Know

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After a much-anticipated Christmas Eve release, Bloodline crew emcee Big H is happily riding the wave his latest album Fire and Smoke has createdWith his first long-play in over four years out now, the London Grime giant sat down with SB.TV to set things straight about his prison time, his impending clash with P Money and his views on the recent Mark Duggan verdict…

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I Chat To Wiley About Wireless Festival Snub, Being The King Of Grime (Not Dizzee) And Tinie Tempah

UK MC Wiley has been non-stop lately, releasing his eighth studio album ‘Evolve or Be Extinct’ on his 33rd birthday earlier this year to much acclaim and mixtape ‘It’s All Fun And Games Till…Vol. 1’ after putting out two LP’s the year before.

The Grime pioneering East Londoner is landing with another slice of urban madness in ‘Heatwave’ and I got the chance to talk to the notorious hard worker about Hackney Weekend, Tinie Tempah and…the football…

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I Got To Interview Roll Deep: So I Ask Them About Being Labelled ‘Sellouts’ And How’d They’d Handle A Public Racist Rant

After years being a staple in the UK Grime scene, rap collective Roll Deep have morphed into a well-oiled pop machine with two UK number single under their belts ‘Good Times’ and ‘Green Light.’ The group are looking to follow up their mainstream success off the back of another line-up change, with group co-founder rapper Wiley out and singer Tania Foster in.

With the release of new single ‘Picture Perfect’ out this month and an album due to drop later in the year crew members Tania, J2K, Breeze, Brazen and Flo Dan sat down with TaleTela to talk about their new chapter, online racist rants and Tania plays Buff, Marry, Kill with the men in the group…