Smiler-Top of the World ft. Professor Green and Tawiah

After being extremely impressed with Smiler’s support slot on Slaughterhouse’s recent UK tour, I gave his material a thorough look-over and have been really enjoying it ever since. He’s one of the few UK rappers who doesn’t bury his head in either grime or pop-rap, instead nailing down a basic hip-hop style that will set his career in good stead.

This appears to be a big ‘arrival’ single, and whilst it is a little more mainstream-targeted than the material on his superb All I Know mixtape, there’s still a lot of likeability about it. The production commands attention, with pulsating synth work strapped onto punchy percussion for an intense yet upbeat style that’ll reverberate around your ears for a while. It’s a great backdrop for Smiler’s raps, as he brings a slick set of flows to package up his part-celebratory part-biographical raps into a performance that should win many admirers. The Tawiah hook is solid and will set it in good stead for some radio coverage, whilst the Pro Green addition won’t hurt Smiler’s reputation either (even though I can’t stand Green’s voice).

You can grab the pre-order for this single over on iTunes now, slated for a 20th August release.

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Professor Green-Jungle (Remix) ft. Klashnekoff, Wretch 32 & Malik


Despite not being a huge (not one at all really) fan of Professor Green, his track Jungle with Maverick Sabre was very impressive and incredibly addictive to listen to. For those who can’t stand Prof Green, here’s the official remix that he’s put out there for us to enjoy, featuring some much more credible names.

Klash, Wretch and Malik spitting bars on this? Massive, massive win. Download below.

Professor Green – Jungle (Remix) ft. Klashnekoff, Wretch 32 & Malik

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Professor Green ft. Maverick Sabre–Jungle [Video]

I’m not really into Professor Green’s music, I mean I hated his hit I Need You Tonight, but if he makes songs like this, I could come around to getting into his stuff.

Jungle is a very dark video, from the visuals to the production, Professor Green shows us a different side to himself and the area that he is from. Definitely worth checking out.

You can get this single from iTunes for 99p, which is off his debut album, which is also available off iTunes for just £4.99.

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Tinchy Stryder-Game Over Official Video ft. Giggs, Professor Green, Tinie Tempah, Devlin, Example & Chipmunk

Official video to one of the biggest tracks in Grime history (yeah I’m putting it out there). I do feel at times that there’s too much dissing going on in the UK scene, I appreciate the competitive side of the genre and that it was a genre born from battling, but seeing the biggest MCs collaborate like they have on this track is just superb to see.

Nothing flashy about the video, but it’s pretty good, keeps the focus on each MC which highlights each of their unique lyrical ability and flow on the mic.

Best verse for me would have to go to Devlin, there’s nobody spitting like him over on these shores. Audio can be attained from here.

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Tinchy Stryder-Game Over ft. Giggs, Professor Green, Tinie Tempah, Devlin, Example & Chipmunk


This track was premièred last week on the radio and I’ve been waiting impatiently for a good quality version. Thanks to London To MK, we finally have a CDQ of this star studded lineup.

UK stand up tall.

Tinchy Stryder – Game Over ft. Giggs, Professor Green, Tinie Tempah, Devlin, Example & Chipmunk

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Professor Green - Kids That Love To Dance [Video & Audio]

I don’t like Pro Green. Sorry – I don’t like his music. I’m sure he’s a great guy on a personal level. But I can’t hate on this video.

The visuals for track number 1 from his upcoming album (Alive Till I’m Dead released on Monday 19th July) adopts a brilliant take on the popular chat roulette website (which if you haven’t tried yet you definitely should).

I’m sure this will be on heavy rotation on the music channels. Matter fact, no doubt it will be flooding the radio airwaves soon too.

Professor Green (feat Emeli Sande) – Kids That Love To Dance

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