BluBlack is coming from the home of Hip Hop (THE BRONX) & actually knowing the Father of it all (Kool Herc) made him understand, rap is what you do, Hip Hop is what you live. He started out in an R&B group call 456. He Had a deal with Pallas Records through a sub label called OH SO REEL. Quickly learned some early lessons about the business & it was all shady. Rule 101, know your craft inside out & no one will be able to take advantage of you. He Got into writing hooks for a friend, which turned into a group called HALL OF FAME. New York breeds Kings & Queens, competition is all around, from writing hooks to whole songs. From groups to solo artist, his drive was always to be different. Never wanted to be average 9 to 5 person working to make other people rich, not when when he already has a gift to make myself wealthy. His music is about life hardships & struggles while inspiring to be your best self. So the grind to take his music to the next level has been more than 20 years plus, which he also had to learn, can’t rush greatness.. He’s working on a Mixtape called (Never saw me coming), which will be out by the end of the year. Plus BluBlack his own label coming called (Black Mozarts) Indy artist. Stay tuned for all the new sauce he’s bringing to the table. His music can be found here!… BluBlack Music Page
Jay with another one! This really a banger right here. Real shit from the core. He ain’t rapping just to rap. I fuck with this jawn heavy. New York got the streets when it comes to music. So many people sleep on the artists that’s coming up because these other cats putting out bullshit. This some real shit right here. Had to listen to it a few times to grasp some of the clever shit he said and the whole time, i was saying “I felt that”. He be talking his shit & it make sense. Definitely an artist to watch this year! I covered him before when he went off the the old jawn. He representing real hip hop. He sauced on this. This It. Pay attention! That sauce I be talking about.
Following on from a hype performance at the High Focus party in Bristol recently, Dabbla drops the video for ‘Fuck Up The Party’ produced by SUMGii. Lifted from the upcoming ‘Death Moves’ due for release 1 October, this track is dope and quite possibly one of the, if not the, hottest tracks from the UK in recent years. Check out the video below, we see Dabbla meeting a crashed robot using some mad CGI.