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JP's Underground Tracks of the Month

BBC Introducing Scotland's Ally McCrae gets the low down from Joseph JP Patterson, as he reveals his top three underground tracks of the month.

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3. Dolla Da Dustman - Zoop! Zoop!

Right, so I’m currently on a mission to bring the term "zoop" back. In grime terms, it’s basically the same as "brap", but it was very short-lived. I tweeted about this issue the other week and Dolla Da Dustman sent me his tune which is also called Zoop! Zoop! It's a few months old, but it's appropriate for my current mission!

2. Mr Mitchell - On The Rooftop

My second track of the month is a little different, and it comes from Mr Mitchell who used to make up one half of Mike Skinner’s act, The Mitchell Brothers.

Mr. Mitchell

Mr. Mitchell

On this particular track, the rapper delivers a deep message about how he escapes life’s issues. I have literally had this on repeat for weeks! Out on March 25.  

1. TRACK OF THE MONTH: Rudimental Feat. MNEK & Syron - Spoons

My number one track of the month couldn’t be further away from the world of grime. Rudimental are a new production collective from east London, and they've created this deep house track featuring the mesmerising vocal talents of pop singers, MNEK and Syron. If you’ve been following me on Twitter, then you’ll know how much I love this track - I've been talking about non-stop for weeks! You can download the track for free on Facebook.

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