Now, it’s been MASSIVE year for Grime – possibly the biggest resurgence in a homegrown genre in decades. As November soon turns to December production collective Elijah and Skilliam have taken things into their own hands – saving you all the time and effort of searching for the hardest Grime tracks of the year in one album. The collective signed to the Butterz record label have even delivered a ‘megamix’ style mix of the album below.
Representing the unrelenting flow and unique perspectives of over 40 different MCs, Grime 2015’s tracklist boasts the likes of MOBO award winning artists Skepta and Stormzy with “Shut Down” and “Not That Deep”, as well as tracks from other household names including Wiley, Kano, Big Narstie, JME, Giggs and D Double E. With producers such as My Nu Leng and Mumdance also weighing in this collection of tracks is essential for anyone who needs a recap of the year in Grime. Highlighting the growing strength of this progressive genre it’s safe to say its been a good year.
Since founding Butterz in 2010, Elijah & Skilliam have become synonymous with cutting-edge releases and in the midst of what has been Grime’s most successful year to date, have released music from Newham Generals, Royal-T, P Money, Flava D and an LP from Swindle which features JME and Flowdan via the Butterz imprint.
If you like what you’re hearing and want all 40 tracks in one album – hit the links below!
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