News: Big Dada set to release ‘Grime 2.0’

In Grime by Nick Russell

A lot of people are still unaware that grime also exists as a stand-alone instrumental genre (in the same fashion as dubstep, drum & bass etc) so it’s crucial we have releases like this to remind the younger/less experienced fans of the genre!

Joe Muggs and Big Dada’s Will Ashon have compiled 35 exclusive tracks from some of the most important names  in the resilient genre. Grime 2.0 checks every box on the checklist of a successful compilation: from scene originators like Wiley, MRK1, and Youngstar, to second-wave stars Royal T, Preditah, and Faze Miyake, to up-and-coming talents from the UK and around the world.

Preview the compilation with the trailer below; the tracklist follows. Grime 2.0 is due out on May 6 via Big Dada on double CD and digital formats.

via Fact Mag

Grime 2.0

Disc 1:>
1. “Oh My Gosh” – Footsie
2. “Dollar Bill” – Tre Mission
3. “Rum and Coke” – Teeza
4. “Dem Times” – Visionist
5. “5000” – Faze Miyake
6. “Cartwheel” – TRC
7. “Logan’s Mind” – Chaos & Order
8. “Vinyls VIP” – Preditah
9. “Loop 29” – Youngstar
10.“Codeine and Dragon Stout” – Chimpo
11.“Bend” – DECiBEL
12.“927” – Shy One
13.“L-O-K” – Inkke
14. “Shotta Krew” – J Beatz
15. “Battery Charge” – Matt Shadetek
16. “Nail Thrower” – Juzlo
17. “Like A G” – Major Grave

1. “Trojan” – Darq E Freaker
2. “Winner” – Moony
3. “Frosty Lake” – Mr SnoWman
4. “Viking” – Mr. Mitch
5. “Logic Pro” – Wiley
6. “Smash It Up Hard” – MRK1
7. “Kissin U” – Prettybwoy
8. “Numb VIP” – Swifta Beater
9. “Mongrel” – SNK
10. “Space Cowboy VIP” – Royal-T
11. “Machine Molester” – Stenchman
12. “Arcane” – Sinden
13. “Spray” – Slackk
14. “Moonlight” – Spooky
15. “Tunnel” – Starkey
16. “Lazer Riddem” – TC4
17. “Desi Bullet” – Gumnaam
18. “Emergency” – Threnody