Frisco: Back 2 Da Lab Vol 4 Review @BigFris

Artist:
Frisco

Mixtape Title:
Back 2 Da Lab Vol. 4

Info:
Grime veteran Frisco returns with to the Back 2 Da Lab series and gives his grime fans a 4th instalment in the series, this CD caters to the true grime fans, 17 tracks which all fall into the UK Grime and Frisco touches on Uk Hip Hop.

This CD presents production from the top grime producers and has features from fellow Boy Better Know Members, Jammer, Skepta, Shorty, also Roll deep member J2K, Top UK artist Donaeo, UK Heavyweight rapperBlade Brown, also Lethal Bizzle and Grime Vet Ghetts and many more, which is most surely a strong collection to keep the listeners entertained.

Thoughts:
A true UK Grime/Hip Hop CD, which shows the growth and music skill Frisco has, the thought process and planning that went into this shines through, Frisco delivers some stand out flows on this CD and brings his touch to each beat in the correct way, this CD will once again add to the classic pieces of work Frisco creates for the Grime scene and once again shows how true to his music and own lane Frisco is.

Rating:
The Est Living Rating Of Approval: 4/5

To Purchase:
Available to buy on all your typical music sites, this link here is for Itunes.
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/back-2-da-lab-vol.-4/id528686051

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Skepta Speaking on his music experiences @Skepta

In this YouTube video, Boy Better Know artist Skepta lets everyone know what is on his mind and gives some motivational to those who feel they are underrated and their message isn’t being seen in the right way. This video is good for Skepta as many of his fans and outside people get to see the deeper side and from this you feel the passion and brains behind the man, they call Skepta.

#UnderdogPsychosis is a new series Skepta plans to embark on via YouTube etc, but the first video is inspiring enough, none the less the ratings have gone up for Skepta and we at The Est Living feel the message Skepta was aiming to get across.

Check the video here:

The Established Living Rating of Approval: Real Inspiration