D Power Diesle X Manga Saint Hilare ‘Deja Vu’
D Power Diesle Joins Forces with Manga on ‘Deja Vu’
Two of Grime’s youngest looking veterans bring us the visuals to their new track entitled ‘Deja Vu’. D Power Diesle and Manga Saint Hilare are two of the hardest working artists in the grime, but the legendary status of this track doesn’t stop at the artists featured on it. With production from Teddy Music (Silencer) and mixing duties taken on by none other than Morfius, you know you are in for a grimey one before you even hit play!
“I don’t know why they love me but they do. Loved me since Déjà vu.”
Paying homage to the legendary radio station, Déjà Vu FM. A radio station founded by D Power and a radio station where both these emcees spent a lot of their practice. Celebrating the foundations that both of these artists have set in the scene and emphasising why they are still loved and respected in their fields.
With D Power launching his new series ‘Da Roof’, as well as the recent release of ‘Graphene Volume 1’, which both featured an array of artists, ranging from those who came up with the class of Deja as well as those who are making their mark now. It is clear to see that D Power Diesle isn’t messing around and here to claim all the belts. Bringing together the fans of the nostalgia of yester years with the new, younger fans. Giving artists the chance to go bar for bar with those from other generations, which is undoubtedly going to bring us some great moments in the near future.
Evidently, whatever caused D Power to send for Manga back in 2014 has been resolved, down to the fact we first saw Manga appear on the first instalment of ‘Da Roof’ and now featuring on ‘Deja Vu’. The workrate of these two is un-matched and I am sure we will be seeing more.
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Luke Bryant @Lukebryxnt
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