Friday 4th December 2015
The 20-track Deluxe album contains two massive number 1’s – “Nobody to Love” and “Changing” – plus colllaborations with a dizzying array of established and cutting edge artists including Rita Ora, Ella Eyre, Ella Henderson, Diztortion, Maverick Sabre, Paloma Faith, Labrinth, Jacob Banks, Jetta, Bartoven, Doctor, Nicole Jackson and Ina Wroldsen.
Formed within the drum & bass Noughties revival Sigma’s Cam & Joe have now sold more than 2 million singles, 4 hits records and two platinum awards.
Friday 2nd October 2015
Nick Grimshaw kicked off proceedings with a Breakfast Show play and you’ll be able to hear “Redemption” featured in shows throughout the day. Make sure you tweet or text in to let them know how much you love “Redemption” and the Sigma crew!!
“Redemption” is OUT NOW. Grab your copy of the single on iTunes or listen on Spotify. You can also invest in the remix bundle which includes edits from Sigma and Diztortion featuring Lethal Bizzle alongside Jacob Banks, plus mixes from Digital Farm Animals, Jack Beat and Goldsmyth.
You can also get a first look at the official video right here:
Thursday 6th March 2014
Stylo G performed a stripped back and personal A64 of his new single “Move Back” for SBTV earlier today. The blistering performance showcases his outstanding lyrical talents and underlines his status as London’s Dancehall Don.
If you didn’t see it yet you can watch it here:
Check out the remix bundle too, featuring edits from Grant Nelson, Cahill, Friction and Diztortion.
Wednesday 12th February 2014
Shot in downtown Kingston the video features a cameo from 1Xtra’s Toddla T, behind-the-scenes footage of the legendary Randy’s Records and some pretty spectacular twerking.
Check it out here:
We cut a version to the immense DJ Friction remix too:
“Move Back” is out March 2nd and is available to pre-order on iTunes now.
Thursday 6th February 2014
Whilst the rest of us here in the UK battled floods and torrential rain everyone’s favourite dancehall star, Stylo G, slipped off to Jamaica to shoot the video for this latest smash single ” Move Back”.
The final edit of the video is yet to land, in the meantime here’s some behind-the-scenes flavour to whet your appetite.
This is Stylo on set in the recording booth at the legendary Randy’s Record shop – which is now owned by VP Records, Jamaica’s reggae powerhouse:
The ever-stylish Stylo G takes a break on set – love the colourful threads popping all around him:
Stylo and dancers on set at Coronation Market in downtown Kingston – the beating heart of trade and commerce in the Jamaican capital:
Toddla T was in Jamaica too, recording 1Xtra’s reggae special with David Rodigan which featured Stylo. Toddla returned the favour by putting in a special appearance in the “Move Back” video:
“Move Back” is set for release March 2nd but you can pre-order it on iTunes now!
Remixes come courtesy of Grant Nelson, DJ Friction and Diztortion. You can hear them all on our SoundCloud .
(All photos courtesy Shaurav D’Silva, 3 Beat Urban A&R consultant)
Tuesday 2nd April 2013
People’s Prince Charlie Sloth has chosen “Soapbox” – the new single from “Magnetic Eyes” star Baby Blue – to be his Record of The Week! The track will play out every day this week on Charlie’s 1Xtra drivetime show between 4 and 7pm. Baby Blue will join him live in the 1Xtra studio on Thursday, April 4th.
Best known for her recent chart smash with Matrix & Futurebound, the London based singer, rapper, songwriter and all round superstar returns to her rap roots with “Soapbox”. The tough-talking street track has Blue throwing out punchline after punchline and features the production skills of hot new talent Diztortion (currently grabbing attention for his work on Stylo G’s “Soundbwoy” and Lethal Bizzle’s “They Got It Wrong” featuring Wiley).
If you didn’t already see the video for “Soapbox”, made by SBTV, you can check it out here.
Charlie Sloth debuted the track in March and Blue joined him on the phone…jokes! If you missed it the first time round you can listen back here.
Since then it’s been getting spins across 1Xtra (DJ Target, Viz, Nick Bright), Choice FM (Woody, Manny Norte, Firin Squad, Ras Kwame) and Rinse FM.