The levels have been re set with the first ever Drum & Bass fire in the booth cypher.
Where do we even begin with this? This is without a doubt one of the most insane things you will see all week.
To set the record straight the first ever Drum & Bass fire in the booth was of course executed by the one and only Harry Shotta. This however is the first ever D&B cypher and this is so awesome, when i started watching it last night, i had to switch it off after 5 minutes as it was almost too much!
Just over 32 minutes in length and featuring an all star line up of D&B Mcs: Harry Shotta, Skibadee, Eksman, Dreps, Azza & Grima. This has set the bar so high, i feel sorry for whoever has to do the next fire in the booth. Massive props to Charlie Sloth for continuing to push the art of lyricism on the biggest radio platform in the UK. HipHop, Grime, D&B are all getting there shine from the fire in the booth series.
Every single Mc steps up and kills it here, with multiple bars, stepping in and out of the cypher like a synchronised dance routine. Each Mc bounces effortlessly of the next man, pushing the levels higher and higher. The highlights for me personally were of course Harry Shotta and D&B legend Skibadee who were mind blowing as always. All the Mcs came slightly differently as they showcase their personal takes on the classic D&B hosting style though to double time tongue twisting rhymes then straight into pure lyricism.
Charlie Sloth is on fire with a soundtrack that covers new D&B through to stone cold classics, keeping the cypher hot and the Mcs on their A game.
Seriously mind blowing and if you are in need of a bit of a pick me stay out of starbucks, put down the red bull. This is all the energy boost you need right here.