True Tiger Featuring P Money ‎– Slang Like This

Virgin ‎– none
CDr, Single, Promo


1 Slang Like This (Radio Edit)
2 Slang Like This (Original)
3 Slang Like This (Instrumental)



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October 23, 2015
Utterly criminal not to have a vinyl release. P-Money's singles alone deserve more wax (Left The Room, Switch, etc.) let alone the scarce amount of incredible Sukh Knight productions we've been given. Here we have what can only be described as a near grime crossover hit with a monumentally memorable chorus and a brilliant lyrical move from P-Money focusing on tossing around and defining the UK slang of him and fellow 'bredren' - On honest, true street track kind of reminding me slightly of Big L's approach in his infamous 'Ebonics' single 90's. The Sukh Knight production is wickedly heavy with a tough, phat and knobby bassline and an almost evil ethno\Indian guitar riff and vocal sample lifted from some Bollywood track. As a stateside Yank, I'm not sure if this still holds up to folks across the pond now that UK grime and bass music in general have had nearly 5 years to mutate since it's release, but there was something special about the 2010\2011 era of 'post' grime (what the fuck ever) in terms of MC's like P-Money, Newham Generals, Blacks, Tempa T etc. working with dubstep producers.

In short - a fucking proper banger.