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Female Allstars & JME link up for ‘What You Call Disss?’

London-based Grime collective and Boy Better Know legend join forces for brand new and wicked 3 track collaborative EP

Grime collective Female Allstars have just released their latest project What You Call Disss? with Grime legend JME.

The London-based crew, consisting of MC’s Miz, Lady Shocker, Frankie StayWoke and Ny Ny, burst on to the scene with their 2019 debut release The Switch Up and have since been building their name with more projects, combining their individually unique styles.

What You Call Disss? however is their biggest release to date. Linking up with the legendary Boy Better Know founding member JME. It’s an explosive 3 track collaboration EP which perfectly showcases the collective’s undeniable talent as they flow and vibe in and out of each others red hot lyrics in an irresistible and heavy fashion, with JME’s wicked hooks perfectly interlacing.

All three tracks feature London-based Modest James on production with 3 icy cold beats which provide the perfect platform for these girls to shell it down.

What You Call Disss? is out now. Stream here.

Tracks

1. Don’t Watch No Face
2. Prove Myself
3. What You Call Disss?

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