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BackRoad Gee is the next artist in the opening season of our new series, Meet The MC

Backroad Gee, the London-based UK rap artist best known for his hit, 'Party Popper', is next in the opening season of our new series, Meet...

The third artist in our Meet The MC video series is BackRoad Gee. An MC that needs little introduction after blowing up in 2020, he’s...

BackRoad Gee has the kind of voice that makes you stop what you’re doing and listen. The East London-born artist has spun himself a formidable...

The MC follows up on hits like 'Frontline' and 'Betty' 

Pa Salieu has released a new single and video, 'My Family (feat. Backroad Gee)'. 

The Coventry, UK-based, Gambia-raised MC won over tastemakers from Benji B...

The latest DJ Mag Originals series introduces the most vital artists in rap

Meet the MC, our new DJ Mag Originals video series introducing the most vital artists in rap, launches this Thursday (4th March) at 7pm.

Celebrating...

JME, Nissi, Pa Salieu, and Lethal Bizzle all appear in the credits

BackRoad Gee has dropped his debut mixtape, 'Reporting Live (From The Back of the Roads)'. Stream it below. 

It's the London artist's first new full-length...

The annual rap and grime awards return as a virtual ceremony in September

Ghetts, Shaybo, BackRoad Gee and Little Simz are among the names nominated for this year's GRM Daily Rated Awards.

The rap and grime awards...

The virtual ceremony will live stream the best in UK rap, grime, and more

GRM Daily's annual Rated Awards has confirmed the performers for this year's virtual ceremony,  which will be streamed at 7PM BST on Thursday 16th September...

The mc has also shared a trailer and the tracklist for his new album, ‘D.O.N.’

D Double E has enlisted Novelist, P Money, Frisco and BackRoad Gee for a remix of his recent single ‘Tell Me A Ting’.

Ahead of...

Top producer's must have kit

"I can't live without my Blackberry Voice Notes Recorder. I don't need to use it, I've got good microphones, and a little handheld digital recorder that I could record things on. And, actually, even the built-in mic on my laptop is probably better quality than my phone, but more and more, I find myself putting a few loops that I've recorded on the shitty, built-in voice recorder into a track, and realising that they make the track, bring it together somehow.

 "A silent genius and brilliant arrangements," said Bootsy Collins

Legendary jazz saxophonist and bandleader Alfred James "Pee Wee" Ellis has died.

Best known for his work with artists including Van Morrison and James Brown...

Iconic London club brand returns

Eclectic clubland pioneers Together have announced a series of 16 events at London’s highly underrated Coronet Theatre commencing on March 12th.

The weekly...

Smartie Partie this weekend!

If you're smart you'll know where you need to be this weekend. Smartie Partie, the long running house music institution, comes to Turnmills on Saturday...

Free quality cables

Those nice chaps at Pioneer ( pioneerprodj.eu) want to make sure that DJM-800 users are getting total aural pleasure from their mixers. Buy one...

Get ahead with our essential industry guide

In this industry, contacts are everything. Making the right connections at the right time can propel your career in the dance music industry forward rapidly...

Urban Industry drop Ambiguous tee

Eastbourne's quality street style online store,

Urbanindustry.co.uk, say 'Yuki yay!' to this tasty tee from Southern California's Ambiguous label.
Born in the mid-nineties, with...