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Boomkat Product Review:
Touching down to a hail of hype, Big Dada's newest UK hiphop hope finally drops his debut album. 'Gob' is the work of one Kieran Dickens, a sharp-tongued, quick-witted and distinctive new voice in UK music. Unavoidably, there's a clear resemblance to Roots Manuva, who appears on 'Capsize' featuring Joe Goddard, but Dels is of a newer generation, rarely offering explicit references to any sense of heritage other than the melting pot of electronic music that is London in 2011. This is helpfully articulated by one of the UKs most celebrated pop producers, Joe Goddard on the aforementioned 'Capsize' and previous single 'Trumpalump', and to a much greater extent, Kwes, a producer best known for work on Young Turks records, but surely cementing his name with this suite of unique productions. That quirkily minimal, utterly up-to-date sound and his urgent-yet-cool flow could make him some sort of answer to the Odd Future lot - minus the crudeness - but most importantly he sounds most like Dels, and that's harder than it appears.