Bradford rap heroes Bad Boy Chiller Crew return with ‘BMW’, the latest taster from their upcoming mixtape, Disrespectful.
Armed to the teeth with hands-in-the-air hooks and a signature non conforming attitude, the latest mixtape from the trio of MCs Kane, Gareth and Sam sure to soundtrack the coming months. The pinnacle sound of early noughties UK garage flows through this instrumental, undeniably bouncy and up-front, it’s difficult not to envision the endless oceans of gun-fingers ‘BMW’ will produce come festival season.
Impeccable flows and smoother than smooth sampling elevates the song to anthemic proportions; kings of the microphone and TV sets across the nation, Bad Boy Chiller Crew continue to pull tire-screeching donuts around the industry with every floor-filling hit they have to offer.
Listen to ‘BMW’ by Bad Boy Chillder Crew on the Shoot Music New Releases Playlist on Spotify.
‘BMW’ follows the recently released ‘Messages’ which will also appear on the highly anticipated mixtape, another track loaded with high energy piano stabs and a club-shaking organ bassline fit for extensive peak-time usage.
LG Vision steps up to the plate once more to deliver the perfect visual accompaniment to the single. Viewers join the Bradford crew on a track-day montage of tire burn-outs, modified cars and grid-girls equipped with flame-throwers – quintessentially BBCC. The adrenaline fuelled footage chases our troublemakers as they recite verses from the cockpit of souped up beamers boosting through the corners.
BBCC had an all conquering 2021. They released the EP Charva Anthems, a five track project to add to their already explosive arsenal of club bangers which included their
Top 40 silver certified single, “Don’t You Worry About Me”, along with teaming up with hit-making producer, Riton on the disco infused “Come With Me”.
Alongside owning their cover features for VICE and NME in true BBCC style, the Bradford trio also adorned living rooms across the nation with their ITV2 documentary. Kicking off 2022 as part of MTV Push’s Artists for 2022 longlist, the boys show no sign of fatigue as they enter the next cycle of their ascendancy.