Pritch & Trim Are Stereotypes

Two modern masters meet on Mike Paradinas’ Planet Mu this summer, as Mark Pritchard and MC Trim release ‘Stereotype/Kiss My Arse’.

The Global Communication, Harmonic 313 and Africa Hi-Tech producer continues his remarkable work rate by hooking up with the one time Roll Deep MC and ‘Soul Food’ curator for two cuts of hip-hop and dancehall.

The two track ep sees Pritchard lay down a 3 note bassline with hip-hop swagger, woodwind and brass on the title track, with Trim’s “there’s a name for people like me” refrain adding another classic chorus to his back catalogue, whilst the dancehall flavour of ‘Kiss My Arse’ sees Trim weaving a story of London life and ethics across a low slung junglist pads.

‘Stereotype/Kiss My Arse’ will be released via Planet Mu on September 5.

‘Pritch & Trim’ EP Tracklist:
‘Stereotype’ (Instrumental)
‘Kiss My Arse’
‘Kiss My Arse’ (Instrumental)