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One of London’s hottest grime gobs and producers right now gives up his debut album on J-Cush’s Lit City Trax. Check for standout moments where it all comes together in the grimy road rap drills of ManaMan and Amnesia, club pressure in Moving Now, and his UK 2017 state-of-the-nation insights shared in Normal
“Blay Vision couldn’t care less about the flashing lights, the glitz or the glamour. With ‘These Guys’, it’s clear that Blay does not watch the herd but instead, Blay dances to the tune of his own drum. Blay Vision is only in competition with himself. With his recent work, he has set out to refine and constantly out-do his own original sound, even if that means having to create the beats he vocals himself.
Having been stockpiling an immense arsenal of his own productions, the Tottenham, London raised, MC & producer has long-since proved himself as on of London’s leading beatmakers. With ‘These Guys’, Blay Vision follows in the formula of legends before him, taking control of the reigns, to produce and vocal his own beats. Just like Dizzee Rascal, Wiley, Skepta and JME before him, Blay is continuing the tradition of sourcing the rawest, most unique beats to vocal by producing them for himself.
Now, Blay Vision is ready to fire out banger after banger. On ‘These Guys’, the most recent single taken from Blay Vision’s forthcoming debut vocal album ‘Turner Ave’, releasing May 26th, 2017 on J-Cush’s Lit City Trax imprint, Blay Vision takes his destiny into his own hands and ignores the herd that follows instead of setting trends.