Throughout the many different strains of underground club music that have swept through London and the rest of the UK in recent years, Treble Clef has been a constant presence. You may simply know him as "the Kyote guy", having been responsible for one of grime's most important and well-loved instrumentals, but there's a huge catalogue of work out there for you to discover. The latest addition to that formidable stack of releases is "Dappa", a brand new collab with Gipsy Hill MC Faultsz.
Production-wise, Treble Clef's flare for the dramatic hasn't slowed down, packing the riddim with some choppy strings and menacing bass. Meanwhile, Faultsz makes his own little nod to the past with his quickfire rhyme schemes, layered wordplay and a whole bag of quotables that reference everything from Kappa to vintage EastEnders. The visuals, meanwhile, are just as energetic as it captures Treble and Faultsz running round London and generally enjoying life.