It’s been yet another jam-packed month for grime. As a genre, it’s really difficult to think of a time that grime has been more popular around the country, with so many artists performing at the UK’s biggest festivals and even making a serious impact on people’s political opinions. As per // Read More
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Brighton favourites Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn have featured in a new SBTV series directed by Harry Hitchens. The duo performed incredible live versions of ‘Sometimes’ and ‘Put It On Me’ (with Normanton Street) during an intimate set at Hitchens’ London apartment during the summer. Here’s how it went down: // Read More
One year on from their last project, we’re given this gem of a track from Frankie and Harvey. The sample, as expected, is tailored perfectly for Frankie’s vocals. Since the release of ‘The Morning’, the pair have been keeping very busy, playing shows including Brighton’s Great Escape Festival, rehearsing with Normanton // Read More
Brighton duo Jackl & Cali show off their debut single ‘Midnight Music’ in an impressive fashion. Doing Brighton proud on the SBTV YouTube channel, this smooth downtempo track is accompanied by slick visuals and gives us a nice taster of what’s to come on their forthcoming EP ‘420’.
On the 26th of September 2013, SB.TV finally released Ceezlin’s debut solo EP on through SB.TV’s Bandcamp page. This is a highly anticipated release as Ceezlin is seen as one of the UK’s brightest up and coming talents. As Ceezlin is already sitting on a very strong back catalogue of // Read More
Ceezlin is the first rapper we’ve had in The Box. Since signing for SBTV earlier this year, this guy has been putting in a lot of work – this is what he had for us!
‘On The Bench’ is a project from hip-hop/grime/trap producer Wizard. Released by SBTV, the album features Wizard’s production with a range of rappers from around the world applying those killer vocals and hooks. Artists featured include JME, Lunar C, Foreign Beggars, Owkerdz, Cruger, Ceezlin, Joker Starr and many more.