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D Power – Know Me ft. Stogey & Roxxxan

If we’re talking work rate, then D Power has to be at the top of the list, since launching his EB Records imprint, the Grime pioneer has showed no signs of slowing down, producing, recording and equally promoting his roster. With his own EP out now, he releases the video for Know Me

Linking up with his franchise acts, Stogey and Roxxxan, the trio lyrically set the tone, with their aims and ambitions as the label looks to continue the work ethic and further find success.

Stogey has been receiving praise of late, with his recent video The Movie, whilst many may be familiar with Roxxxan, the Birmingham act burst onto the scene as more than a pretty face, she also faced the adversity that women unfortunately face in this game, with discussions of sexual preference and other irrelevant shit, but unlike most, she was able to not only handle it but her talents shined through and I feel she intimidated the guys, not to mention the transition the industry faced, so with things as they are today, it makes for more reason for the talented emcee to remerge.

Produced by D Power also, this bumping track is more than anything shining light on not just his skills as an MC/producer, or even his ability to discover talent, but rather his energy and drive as he continues to outwork the majority, as an artist and label boss simultaneously.

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Stogey – The Movie

D Power wouldn’t cosign just any MC. Introducing Stogey:

In a time where we tend to hear a majority of bars boasting either money or violence, the disconnect is evident, so it’s a breath of fresh air, when someone comes through with the desire for more and the conviction and hunger to get it. This track fits amongst the others, but possesses more substance than what we’ve become used to hearing.

EB records are steadily in motion, with their roster of producers and acts, with Stogey firmly at the forefront.

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D Power Diesle – Spooked

EB Records in full effect.

Grime veteran, a pioneer even, D Power, a Grime school graduate, has resurged with his new EBR imprint and it’s roster, whilst he’s heavily supportive of the scene and his team rightfully, with Spooked, he gets introspective, far from a hater, the strong-hearted brother shares some thoughts and feelings of late, over the minimal self-produced banger, with the synth-laced, hard-slapping beat.

“Man-a-mans angry, man-a-mans upset, Man-a-man saw Grenfell, saw man reach their deaths..”

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