September is already shaping up to be a great month for new music. Two veterans of the scene are due to bless us with new releases this month. Chip is releasing his fourth studio album entitled Ten10 hitting stores on the 21st of September. While we wait to digest the full project Chip gave us an appetiser with his Red Rat collaboration “My Girl” which we premiered on our channel, check that out here if you haven’t already.
Ghetts is the other veteran in question, who is finally releasing the long awaited sequel to his magnum opus Ghetto Gospel. The album entitled Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament is due to be released on the 14th of September, and is already shaping up to be a classic if the first track he shared with us is anything to go by. “Black Rose” featuring Kojey Radical sees Ghetts explore deeper subject matters; a theme which made Ghetto Gospel such an incredible body of work; be sure to check out the visuals right here.
After debuting inside the top ten with his new body of work B. Inspired from the king in the north, Bugzy Malone, it’s still a high flyer currently occupying the number 16 spot. More often than not releases can be a flash in the pan, getting good release day numbers but really struggling to sustain themselves as the weeks go by, it’s a real testament to the fan base that Bugzy has built that the album is still doing well.
The wavey summer smash from B Young “079” is currently at number 24, moving up a place on last week. The visuals are currently sitting pretty on Youtube with an impressive 11 million views; let’s hope that B Young has enough heat to sustain him through the coming winter months.
Hardy Caprio and One Acen are just two spots below B Young and have surged into the number 26 spot with “Best Life”. Hardy recently tweeted how much getting the single this far means to him, so hopefully we can see the pair get a top 20 before British Summer time officially takes it leave.
With a string of exciting releases due to drop soon, be sure to keep it locked on GRM Daily for the definitive chart roundup.