Link Up TV drop the brand new visuals of Scorcher’s raw and original Grime riddim “99 Riddim (My Ting)” – where he teams up with Mercston and Ghetts, his fellow comrades from The Movement. The video brings an old skool nostalgic feel to it, suiting the rawness of the origins of Grime culture.
Premiering on radio with DJ Target, with the audio via Complex and video via Link Up TV, Scorcher wades straight in on the Scholarbeat – that has a seminal Ruff Sqwad sound. “99 Riddim (My Ting)” is steeped in nostalgia, and is a rude and effective reminder that Scorcher is part of the grime scene blueprint.
Having hit the headlines over the summer – appearing on SKY News, The Guardian, BBC network, Capital network, and beyond – Scorcher ventured from his music roots to take the lead role, as the character Hoodz, in the independent film hit “The Intent”.
Scorcher continued to build his catalog of music, throughout his time in front of the camera – not only taking the lead visually – but also supplying the lead track for the film, and followed it quickly with a collaborative EP between himself, GRM Daily, and Rocket from SplurgeBoys.
The composer of some of grime’s classic mixtapes – including his “Simply The Best” trilogy – Scorcher sold out London’s Jazz Café to perform his previous solo release, the “1 of 1” EP live – alongside guest appearances from Wretch 32, G FrSH, Mercston, Ghetts, and more.
Here to set the scene on fire once more, Scorcher fires hard with “99 Riddim (My Ting)” – and matches it with an equally tough upper cut in the form of his B-side record, “Paranoid” featuring Donaeo.
Watch Scorcher’s new video for “99 Riddim (My Ting)” (Feat. Mercston & Ghetts) here:
Listen to Scorcher’s “99 Riddim (My Ting)” now, via Spotify:
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