Premiere: Dread D Still Reps The Black Ops Crew On "Siege 2"

With the 'Siege' EP out tomorrow we've got another Dread D cut to share.

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We already told you about T. Williams reviving his Dread D moniker for a brand new grime project, Siege, on Local Action, and that announcement came with the premiere of "Siege 1". Today, we've got another track to share with you: "Siege 2" isn't quite as in-your-face as "Siege 1" but with that choppy percussion and menacing low-end growl, it has all the makings of a grime set essential. At the risk of putting 2+2 together and getting yellow, or at least speculating wildly, we can't help but hope that the liberal use of the "Black Ops" sample means a reunion with Jon E Cash and his old cohorts is on the horizon.

Head down to Peckham's Rye Wax tonight for the launch party before the EP drops tomorrow (Nov. 27). Capacity is limited to 100 but the £12 ticket bundle gets you guestlist, Siege on vinyl, and a download of the Black Ops crew on Freeze FM in 2003. Bargs!

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