Lethal B + JME, P Money, Chipmunk, Wiley, Ghetts, Kano - "Pow In Paris" (Dj Raker Mash-Up)


I know we've been hit with a tsunami's worth of "Niggas In Paris" freestyles and mash-ups from all over the globe varying in quality, but this little mash-up caught my attention moments ago. DJ Raker has taken the popular Hit-Boy produced JAY Z and Kanye West single from Watch The Throne and mashed it up with Lethal B's "Pow 2011" which features JME, P Money, Chipmunk, Wiley, Ghetts and Kano. Listen below and let us know what you think, is this shit Cray?

Pow in Paris (Dj Raker Mash-Up) by DjRaker


Lethal B - "POW 2011" ft. JME, Wiley, Chipmunk, Face, P.Money, Ghetts x Kano | Video


^^This part of the video had me crying with laughter!

Freshly unleashed for your viewing pleasure is the official video for Lethal Bizzle's "Pow 2011" featuring JME, Wiley (who doesn't appear in the video), Chipmunk, Face, P.Money, Ghetts and Kano.

Watch the behind the scenes footage after the jump...Read more


Lethal B - "POW 2011" ft. JME, Wiley, Chipmunk, Face, P.Money, Ghetts x Kano | Video Trailer

When it comes to monster collaborations, the Americans are usually the ones that show the rest of the world how to do it. However, this year the tables seemed to have turned. First it was Tinchy Styder with "Game Over", then Lethal B with "POW 2011". Mr. Bizzle has put his money where mouth is and shot a video for this absolute banger.

Not one person can deny the fact that Lethal knows how to create an absolute club banger!!

Below is the trailer for "POW 2011" (featuring JME, Wiley, Chipmunk, Face, P.Money, Ghetts & Kano)...


Lethal Bizzle x JME x Wiley x Chipmunk x 2 Face x Ghetts x Kano – "Pow 2011 (Skreamix)"


Dubstep monster producer Skream takes on Lethal Bizzle's "Pow 2011" and delivers the official Skreamix of the newly updated grime anthem.
Turn your volume all the way up!


Kano - "K.A. Pow '11 (Dench Edition)" | Explicit CDQ Version

Earlier this week Lethal Bizzle premiered "Pow 2011", the updated version of the 2004 grime anthem, featuring guest verses from Wiley, JME, Chipmunk, 2Face, Ghetts and Kano.
Well, after already eating up 16 bars on the Silencer produced anthem (which seemed to upset a few MCs in the scene as everybody else had only 8 bars), Kano - who Jay-Z named as his favourite UK lyricist - revealed that he had actually recorded 64bars on the track and world premiered the full extended verse via Mistajam on thursday simultaneously on BBC Radio 1 and 1xtra.

The radio rip has been kicking around for the past 24 hrs but here is the CDQ version courtesy of the Kano himself.
DOPENESS!!


Maxsta Disses Chipmunk On "Pow 2011 Freestyle" | Video


Oh dear lord....
Young east london MC Maxsta was non to impressed with being taken off Lethal Bizzle's "Pow 2011" and blamed his removal on Chipmunk not wanting him on the track.
Well the kid has taken the beat over and dropped this freestyle dissing Chip with Grimedaily.


Sway – “WOW (POW 2011 Remix)”

"I started with 8 bars and I ended up with 80"

Sway takes hold of the "POW 2011" beat and eats it alive! Making the song even more entertaining is the calligraphy-driven video. Press play now:


Lethal Bizzle Speaks On Pow 2011, Why Certain MC's Aren't On The Track & More (Video)


Lethal Bizzle sat down with Grimedaily on the day of the world premiere of "Pow 2011" to talk about the origins of the updated version of the 2004 Grime smash, reasons why certain MC's were not invited to be on the track and the reasons why Sway & Maxsta were not on the final version.

Listen to Lethal Bizzle x Wiley x JME x Ghetts x Chipmunk x Kano x 2 Face x P Money – “POW 2011″


Lethal Bizzle x Wiley x JME x Ghetts x Chipmunk x Kano x 2 Face x P Money - "POW 2011"

Just moments ago on Tim Westwood's Radio 1Xtra show, Lethal Bizzle premiered the much anticipated "POW 2011", the 2011 rendition of his 2003 street mega-hit, "POW". Wiley, JME, Ghetts, Chipmunk, Kano, 2 Face and P Money all deliver the goods on the track.

Look out for the video (and a tag-free version) coming soon.

Take a listen to the radio rip below:

How do you think it matches up to the original "POW"?