Skatta ft Caitlyn The Songstrist “Skatta’D Pieces”


Midlands finest Skatta releases visuals for lead single “Skatta’D Pieces”

Skatta has been making his mark on the grime map for a while now and he is one of the most exciting voices to come out of the Midlands in years! As grime continues to explode and reach new heights in 2016, we continue to look further afield than London as some of the hottest Mcs aren’t resending in the big smoke.

Skatta representing Coventry reached high critical acclaim earlier in the year with his remix of the Streets “Has It Come To This”. Alongside his crew the single tore down radio, blogs and social media far and wide.

His latest single “Skatta’D Pieces” taken from the album of the same name, which is out now. Is the perfect harmony between hard lyricism and catchy ambient production all polished off with a stunning hook from Caitlyn The Songstrist.

Skatta as always comes sharp as a razor, with a finely tuned balance between quick, witty grime punch lines layered with hiphop flows. Caitlyn The Songstrist takes your breath away with endless summer days meets smokey soulful vocals. Throw in a  production that is a mixture of hiphop drum patterns with chill out and dubstep style sampling, and its win, win and a massive 101%.

Another great chapter in the ever growing Skatta story.

Author: DJ Myme

DJ Myme is a Turntablist, DJ Tutor, Party Rocker, Mix Cd DJ, Radio presenter, a life long music fan and all round positive guy. I was pretty much born and bred on music. Everything from Soul, Jazz, Classical, Rock, Pop you name it, it was on the stereo when I was growing up. I got into HipHop in 93/94 and the rest as they say is history! From a long haired skateboard kid growing up in Glastonbury, via Edinburgh for a few years. Now making moves in London for the last ten years and counting. My journey has been fuelled by music. I have been DJ'ing for the best part of ten years, starting of as a DMC battle DJ after smashing my way through the Scottish DMC finals, through to the London DMC finals. I turned my hand to mix cds, then radio, as well as tearing up dance floors from Edinburgh to London town then back again. Sharing the stage with everyone from Trevor Nelson to Cutmaster Swift along the way. I have passed my knowledge and skills on as a DJ tutor and I was the scratch DJ for Sky Sports, for their weekly football show "Premier League Preview". My blog here is to keep you up to date with the latest news from the urban world, reviews, write ups, features. As well as positive, mindful blogs, tell a friend to tell a friend. Beats, Rhymes and Life. Peace, Peace DJ Myme.

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