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Is the beginning of "Grimehall"? Fyah Roiall spazzes on "SODA"

Fyah Roiall is an exciting artist from jamiaca with an ear to the ground in the rumblings from the UK's underground. He seems to be on the cusp of something that could be revolutionary with "SODA".

“Fyah Roiall defies classification, mashing UK grime with American trap and dancehall into something new, dubbed ‘grimehall’…With such an authoritative stature, Roiall leaves no room for failure.” -Top Shelf Music

Fyah certainly comes with the high energies and skippy flows expected out of grime, as well as the obvious patois dialect expected from dancehall and the bassline of a trap beat. it all comes together quite nicely with the visuals from 300k (credits: koffee, aidonia, govona and more) brings all of these ideas together,and the iphone camera filter is nice touch.

If this catches your liking, check out his debut project "Underrated" by clicking the picture below


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