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    D Power Diesle Drafts Kyze, Kruz Leone, K Dot & More For Highly Anticipated EP: Graphene, Vol.3

    D Power Diesle Drafts Kyze, Kruz Leone, K Dot & More For Highly Anticipated EP: Graphene, Vol.3

    Rolling out a masterclass in grime, D Power Diesle shares his highly anticipated EP ‘Graphene, Vol. 3’ alongside the visuals for ‘Sneaky’ with South-East London’s emcee Kruz Leone!

    Coming in quick succession to the highly supported ‘Sour’, D Power Diesle delivers yet another quality project for his fans to indulge. Spread across 8 tracks with features from Kyze, K Dot, Kruz Leone, Scotty Stacks, and XP, D Power Diesle has delivered the trilogy to his ‘Graphene’ sequel.

    Featuring pre-released singles, ‘Cold As Ice’, ‘Secrets’ and ‘Sour’, the London emcee has delivered a project that’s filled from top to bottom with modern grime tracks. Paired with the visuals to ‘Sneaky’ alongside Kruz Leone, the pair take on an Efflex-produced beat. Opening the track with a catchy hook before spitting straight greaze atop, Diesle is swiftly joined alongside Kruz Leone who enters with his signature flamboyant and fearless style – it’s safe to say ‘Sneaky’ is another one for the books.

    With a wide-open space in the scene for quality grime tracks to flourish, the most elite and skilled emcees take the lead and D Power Diesle is certainly one of those to lead the charge. Upon hearing the latest repertoire supporters have been quick to praise the standard and delivery exclaiming “Glad to hear some real grime such this one! Banger!” and “insert stank face!”.

    A pioneer and veteran that many within Black British music praise, D Power Diesle is best known for his impact in the early grime days via Déjà vu, Rinse FM, and clashing with Wariko on Lord of the Mics 3. But it doesn’t stop there. Not only housing an impressive catalog of music, Diesle has also toured with UK heavy-weight Skepta, Wiley, Jammer, and Modestep before outlining a reputation of his own.

    Flash forward to today, it’s a common discussion amongst UK rap about grime’s positioning in our current landscape, a topic of which not everyone agrees on. However, it’s artists like D Power Diesle that are still holding it up for those gritty, raw, and lively tracks that encapsulate the roots of London’s inner city. Taking his knowledge of the industry and putting it to good use, Diesle formed his own label EB Records that’s committed to guiding the up-and-coming artists of today down the right path.

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