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JP's Underground Tracks of The Month

Joseph JP Patterson was back on BBC Introducing in Scotland with Ally McCrae on Sunday, giving the lowdown on his favourite underground tracks this month...

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3. Trauma – Light It Up

My third track of the month comes from Birmingham’s Trauma. He’s an up-and-coming MC who has been releasing quality grime music for a little while now, it’s just a shame that he – along with a lot of underground artists from outside of London’s close knit grime community – don’t get shown the love that they deserve. On Turn It Up, we see Trauma team up with DJ Pantha, who provides the skippy beat for him to effortlessly flow over.

2. Marger Feat. Molly – Shadows (Preditah Remix)
Marger


My second track of the month comes from an MC who has been featured in my tracks of the month before, and he goes by the name of Marger. The east Londoner teamed up with popstress Molly for his latest single, Shadows. The original is pretty epic, it has a real mainstream feel to it, but this Preditah remix is also pretty amazing!

1. TRACK OF THE MONTH: Ill Murk – Woy Yoy

My number one track of the month comes from Northampton MC, Ill Murk. He’s someone that I’ve known for years and he's probably the only person from Northampton who has continually made good grime music. On Woy Yoy, Ill Murk cleverly tackles the issue of not being a member of London’s music scene, because like I said before, it’s not all about London – there are acts doing their thing outside of the M25 too! Nice dubby vibe on this one…

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