Sticky Blood reek of summertime energy with their 3rd release of 2016 'Hop In The Place' featuring Sheffield MC LDizz!
The track erupts with an anthemic chorus from LDizz, who enthusiastically supports the track throughout with a combination of hyperactive, melodic flows and abrasive grime influenced rap. The music behind him brings glorified strings and saturated 808 bass drums, something that is somewhat of a staple point of the Sticky Blood sound.
“This is the track that feels like the transition into the summer for us…. it has that positive energy that we feed off at this time of year..” - Sticky Blood
Following on from their Rhythm & Grime single ‘Garn Again’ featuring Snowy and Yxngz, the production duo Sticky Blood keep smashing out the tracks and bring a brand new one ‘Hop In The Place.’ This track takes on Grime x Trap vibes, with its deep bass and beats, and the hard-edged lyrics. It shows the ever-changing, adaptable and adventurous side to the unstoppable duo, who never seem to slow down.
The Sheffieldbased producers are showing people that you don’t have to stick to one genre of music and be boxed in, they are forever experimenting and creating new sounds, and this is why they are the go-to producers not only in the North of England, but the South too. Their work-rate is second to none, with a string of releases such as their debut EP ‘I-D’ in 2015 and follow up EP ‘Blood Is Stickier Than Water’ gaining support from Red Bull, Complex, Radio 1Xtra, Clash, Wonderland, NME, Toddla T, Mistajam, Monki and many more.
The Sheffieldproduction duo are now joined by another Steel City representative L Dizz who is from the new generation of Grime, and has gained attention from 1Xtra DJMistajam. He distinguishes himself between a melodic, anthemic chorus to rapping with a demanding, unyielding flow with a strong and powerful delivery that commands your attention. It’s backed by Sticky Blood’s alarming synths, snappy snares, militant hi hats all backed with a bass big enough to shake the grimiest of raves up.