Give it up for London's own Del Reze, and the release of his highly anticipated mixtape, The Muzik Asylum. For months now Reze has been grinding in preparation for this release. You've seen several self directed videos from Del. You probably heard him on the radio a gang of times as well; whether it was a live studio performance or an in depth interview about the project, dude was letting his presence be known through out the air waves. Reze was able to see the results of his grind pay off this past Wednesday, October 22nd, when he shut down the APK for the Muzik Asylum release party. If you missed the release party, you're in luck. Reze has just put the project up in its entirety for download. Del Reze brings listeners an epic battle between himself and the music through each song. The concept behind The Muzik Asylum is, a battle between Reze's sanity and his devotion to his craft. With features from Jux Cain, Jr Fillion, Jay Downz and Casper The Ghost, Del cut no corners in making this project one to remember; the music speaks for itself. Be sure to check this mixtape out, and support one of the hardest working emcees in the game.
This one right here. Screams unity. Like many other cities, there's always animosity between different hip-hop circles. After all, hip-hop wouldn't be entirely what it is without the competition. Though in today's day and age, we compete on a much larger scale, other than our own geographical location. Five years ago, you probably wouldn't of seen this happen, though the progression Londons hip-hop scene has seen over those five years is amazing. Streetscape and Treetop team up for the banger of the summer, "Call It Out". Shot by Ender, and edited by Del Reze. All filmed and edited in one day! Produced by Quince, the flow these three demonstrate on this timeless London track shows you London has a slew of undiscovered talent. Having the opportunity to sit in on this studio session and witness this one come together was a blessing. I'm proud of both teams. Take a dive into the heart of the city, where hip-hop thrives and tell me you can't mess with this one.