Friday, May 31, 2024

Hazz - Feed The Flame


Nyark are very proud to present to you our twenty-fifth release and the superb debut album from Hazz. Hot on the heels of the well-received and recently released EP ‘Temperatures Rising’ with label mate Wild Samson, Hazz returns with a long player that is worth its weight in gold. Steadily making moves on the underground for the last two years, he has crafted and created a future classic with his album ‘Feed The Flame’. It features collaborations with Bisk from Blah Records, Nyark’s Wild Samson and Airklipz, Midland’s heavyweight Trademark Blud and talented London rapper GOLD. There’s some ground breaking production from Ace Bimma, Midas Cash, Xsar and No Kief who all excel in their contributions to ‘Feed The Flame’. Its raw street poetry over futuristic stripped forward-thinking beats, it hits and slaps from start to finish and something we know will stand the test of time. Unique, original, ground breaking music from one of the UK’s finest.
The album kicks off with the title track ‘Feed The Flame’ produced by No Kief, before getting into the slow-motion stoned sounds of ‘Got It Lit’. The albums first collaboration track is next with the hard hitting ‘Rollin With The Times’ featuring Trademark Blud. Next up is ‘Detonate’ the albums first video track followed by the Xsar produced ‘Cold World’ which features Airklipz and Bisk. ‘Creepin’ is a deep and haunting jam which is one of six tracks produced by Ace Bimma who also produces the next three tracks, ‘Whose That’ featuring Bisk, ‘Talks Cheap’ and ‘The Essence’ featuring label mate Wild Samson. Xsar gives up the second of two contributions with the awesome ‘Livin On The Brink’, and Airklipz features again alongside GOLD on ‘Tyson’. The last track is the album’s second video track ‘Light It Up’ and is also the second of two beats from Midas Cash. The album has such a unique, gritty, intrepid, tough sound that is tenacious, unyielding, unflinching and relevant. ‘Feed The Flame’ is not to be slept on... Hazz has brought flames to the game. 

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