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Merky Ace (Featuring Ego & Faze Miyake) Wack (feat. Ego & Faze Miyake) (Prod. By Rude Kid)
04 :52
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Merky Ace (Featuring Ego & TKO) R.I.P ft. Ego & TKO (Prod. By Z Dot)
03 :06
07 04 :14
08
Merky Ace (Featuring Kozzie & Ego) Nothing to Lose (feat. Kozzie & Ego) (Prod. By Deeco)
03 :07
09 03 :33
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Merky Ace (Featuring TKO) Bang (feat. TKO) (Prod. By Splurt Diablo)
03 :43
ARTIST
TITLE
All or Nothing
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
NHNH 1006CD NHNH 1006CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/11/2013

No Hats No Hoods continue their busy release schedule with the first of a two-part series from South East London's Merky Ace. While embracing a wave of musical styles from hip-hop and trap, production from the likes of Faze Miyake, Rude Kid, Splurt Diablo, and Deeco keep the roots of grime at the forefront of the tracks. Alongside the booming 808s, rapid-fire hi-hats and snare rolls featured across the release, tracks such as "Give It Up" pay homage to the new wave of dark electronic music coming from the UK and specifically London. The package is topped off by Merky's intense lyrical flow, stamping each track with originality and confidence that only the most of seasoned MCs possess. Recognized for his intelligent wordplay and catchy adlibs, Merky Ace has been MCing both by himself and with his collective Family Tree (other members include Ego, MIK, TKO, and Shif Man, along with producers Splurt Diablo and Faze Miyake), for nearly 10 years. Over 12 releases later and he's garnered support from the likes of BBC 1Xtra and Radio 1's Tim Westwood, 1Xtra's DJ Cameo, and Kiss FM's Logan Sama. His notable appearances on Logan Sama's After Hours alongside P Money, Blacks and Footsie have shown off his variety of flows while proving that he can consistently hold his own amongst some of grime's biggest names. Alongside radio appearances, he's honed his presence with PAs at Prague's The Roxy, Lovebox, and Hip Hop Kemp festivals and Boiler Room while featuring on productions from heavyweights Starkey, Rude Kid, Preditah and more. To top it off, he's featured on Dizzee Rascal's "Dirtee Stank TV 2" and Baauer's Day of the Dead mixtape, helping to expand his ever-growing fan-base that stretches from the UK to the Czech Republic, Japan, and Australia.