After a really well received premiere from N.Y.T.A earlier in the month, we are thrilled to be bringing him back to the forefront of the channel again as we bring this official premiere for Zinc’s exceptional Bingo Bass imprint.This time however, we are joined by one of the most talked about MC’s in grime at the moment: Jammz, who’s flawless top draw work ethic and flawless vocal precision has recently gained him a new Rinse.FM residency alongside Jackdat.
For this track entitled ‘Stress’, the two combine perfectly, with the track beginning with a stripped back 4×4 introduction, hinting and teasing at the carnage that is to commence with little reverberated bass stabs tied in with some high tensity atmospherics. Jammz gets to work and does what he does best, providing us with catchy vocal patterns and hook-like structures, leading up to a gargantuan breakdown. At this point, N.Y.T.A throws caution to the winds and sends out the powerful bass synths in full force, with Jammz laying down his classic ‘Wait, Yes’ call and respond vocal pattern.
This is an awesome collaboration, blending the styles of grime and UK bass music perfectly, without removing the energy from either side of the spectrum.