On Sunday night, The Den was back again for the month, and with a powerful line up.
The line up included; Frisco, P Money, Newham Generals, Uncle Mez and Dapz on the Map. WSTRN was also on the line up as well, but they were a no show on the night, so not sure what happened there, but Frisco kept the night following regardless.
The Den is a live Grime night that occurs every month and is created by Frisco and is for up and coming artists, as well as established artists.
It was my first time hearing Dapz on the Map and Uncle Mez on stage, and they both had great sets. They both performed very well and had the crowd bumping the whole way through, which was great to witness.
When P Money graced the stage, I instantly got excited as I haven’t seen OGz in a while, so it was nice seeing him perform. He freestyled dropping some classic bars to get the crowd super hyped. He also performed his new track “10/10”, which is out on my birthday, 11 December 2015, so look out for that. He brought out Blacks and Kozzie to join him on stage, where they dropped bars from the classic OG tracks. Kozzie even had his own bars to spray when he got the mic, as well as Blacks.
Newham Generals always come with fire on stage, so it was good seeing them as always too. They performed a few tracks to get the crowd buzzing, and D Double E even dropped some interesting dance moves whilst he was on stage, as he kept moving his hand very slowly back and forward, whilst bending down here and there. It was an interesting thing to witness.
Frisco performed his latest track with Chase & Status “Funny”, amongst others, as well as bringing out Shakka to join him on stage. The vibes were great and those two are always great on stage together, keeping each other energetic. They both performed their new track “Different Kind”, which is a banger. Shakka also appeared as part of the line up at The Den a few months ago, so it was nice seeing him back again.
Towards the end, Frisco called everyone on stage that wanted to freestyle and they all went back to back over classic Grime productions. Overall it was a great night as always, and I look forward to the next one. Below are pictures from the night.
P Money, Kozzie & Blacks
D Double E & Frisco