Brand new music from Blah's first lady, as Nah Eeto returns with her latest helping of visual bliss. D.R.U.M also features a guest spot from Gengetone advocate, Ssaru, as the pair deliver their bars over some suitably wavy production from Lee Scott. The track also features synth work from Jack Chard. Check out the video below and remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel if you haven't done so already.
More visual glory from Lee Scott and Morriarchi, as they treat us to the next video from their new album. Ten x Twelve also features instrumentation from two more Cult members, with Jack Chard on synths and Sumgii on guitar. The video was made by Siim Parisoo, who has conjured up some sort of hellish doll's house style vision for the event. The album, Friend, Come to Me and be saved, is out now.
New music from the newly formed GROUP. Everything I know is the first track from their forthcoming debut, 1, which is the first of four vinyl releases. The track also features an appearance from the mighty Lord Apex. You can watch the visual below and streams/downloads are also available. More news on the full release and an accompanying batch of merch coming soon.
A welcome return from Nah Eeto as she blesses these sunny days with her latest single, Hunijui, which means 'You don't know me' in Swahili. The track builds on the bilingual rap that Nah does so well and it's complemented by some nicely atmospheric production from Jack Chard. Hunijui is available to stream at the usual spots.
Never one to shy away from creativity, Lee Scott has managed to let off a loosie during lockdown in the form of his latest single, Mullet. At once a funky blissed out rap jam and an ode to the most divisive hairstyle in the world, Mullet is a quintessential Lee Scott track. Produced by Lee with support from Jack Chard, who added his own instrumentation skills to the mix, you can hear a snippet of the track below. Further streaming options are also available.
We continue our run of new releases with the latest single from Lyza Jane. She's chosen to cover one of her personal favourites, the Echo and the Bunnymen classic, The Killing Moon, accompanied by production from Lee Scott and Jack Chard. You can hear it for yourself below, with downloads and streams available from the usual spots.
It wouldn't be right to let today pass by without indulging your desires for all things spooky and so with that in mind, we are proud to present the brand new video from Bill Shakes. Taken from his recent EH? album, Smartprice sees Shakes teaming up with fellow Blah OG, King Grubb, as they get their sweg designer zombie flex on across Blackburn and Salford. Smartprice is produced by Lee Scott and Jack Chard. EH? is out now on all the usual platforms.
The day has finally arrived where you can experience and savour all the weird and wonderful eccentricities of the new album from Jam Baxter and Lee Scott. Rumours of the collaboration had been banded about long before any official announcement was made and then when the title was revealed, cult members across the globe let their imaginations run wild with what the album might actually hold in store. Now all their questions have been answered and their dreams have come true, as the full majesty of this left field booze fuelled project is unveiled. The album features a wild mix of beats from a cavalcade of production luminaries, including Drae Da Skimask, GhostTown, Dirty Dike, Sumgii, Jack Jetson and of course, Baxter and Lee themselves. There are also a number of vocal contributions too from Jetson, Lyza Jane, Stinkin Slumrok, Milkavelli, Trellion and Lizzie Venezia, as well as a number of crooning appearances from Lee. Plus, Blah's in-house music wizard, Jack Chard, provides a lot of the instrumentation.The album is out now on digital, which you can stream in full below and there is also a limited edition vinyl run, which is available over on the Blah store.