- 1. Star Ft. Fuda Guy & Camilla Marie (Part 1) 2.34 2549 plays
- 2. Alright [Bring Me Down Again] ft. Alex Mills 2.04 4972 plays
- 3. Goldmine Ft. Dynamite MC 2.13 1994 plays
- 4. Do It Ft. Rodney P & Jenna G 1.57 2022 plays
- 5. Whispers Into Screams Ft. Tom Sears 2.03 2849 plays
- 6. Let It Go Ft. Camilla 2.06 1110 plays
- 7. Star Ft Fuda Guy & Camilla Marie (PART 2) 2.01 1216 plays
- 8. Set me Free Ft. Jocelyn Brown 1.57 1197 plays
- 9. Because of You Ft. Selah 1.58 1382 plays
- 10. On My Own Ft. Ruff Squad (Part 2) 2.03 2086 plays
- 11. On My Own Ft Ruff Squad (Part 1) 2.03 1543 plays
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For everything else drop me a line, hope your feeling the music! Blame
Blame is one of the most creative producers on the drum & bass scene, an accolade hard won over years of consistently breaking musical boundaries in an attempt to bring true innovation to the music that he loves.
It all began when Blame started to create tracks that would be synonymous with the early hardcore scene. Music Takes You, a project for the Moving Shadow label, saw him break into the UK charts and become number one in the dance chart; many books charting the early days of dance music have since credited this tune as a seminal moment in what was to soon become drum & bass.
After experiencing such early chart success, Blame decided to focus on his musical direction, and received critical acclaim for tunes such as Planet Neptune, also released on Moving Shadow. Soon after Blame joined LTJ Bukem’s Good Looking Records, and it was here that he began to try out more new sounds, quickly becoming one of the labels most important artists. Blame also mixed the second in the famous Logical Progression compilation series. He not only made waves with innovative, space-age tunes such as Visions Of Mars and Alpha:7, but he also became one of Good Looking’s best DJs, touring the world with LTJ Bukem.
The next step was for Blame to set up his own label, 720 Degrees and since then has used the label as a platform for ground breaking drum & bass, including Two Revolutions, a compilation album that showcased the labels increasingly dancefloor-oriented sound. It was a direction in which Blame’s own music was heading.
Blame’s continually prolific recording schedule has lead to successful releases on Hospital Records, Metalheadz and Charge Recordings, alongside which Blame also launched a brand new project simply named Blame Music, focussing on a cinematic, experimental and almost film soundtrack style sound. The first release Hiro caused a massive stir throughout the drum & bass club scene.
Fast forwarding to 2008, Blame released Stay Forever, a beautiful blend of energetic breakbeats and soaring string sections that instantly caught the attention of Radio 1 DJs Zane Lowe, Pete Tong, Trevor Nelson, Colin Murray, Fabio, Rob Da Bank, Ras Kwame and Annie Mac. The Stay Forever vocal mix featuring Selah went straight onto the BBC 1Xtra daytime A playlist with massive support from Mistajam.
The start to 2009 was incredible. Blame & Selah's follow up Because Of You became Zane Lowe's Hottest Record In The World and Sara Cox's Single Of The Week. It was also daytime playlisted on BBC Radio 1 and 1 Xtra, receiving huge dj support from across the board.
More recently Blame released his album entitled "The Music" and has delivered some legendary remixes, adding his unique touch to crossover chart hits including: David Guetta & Kelly Rowland’s UK no.1 When Love Takes Over; the top three charting Show Me Love from Steve Angello & Laidback Luke feat. Robin S; Example’s first UK hit Watch The Sun Come Up and Alesha Dixon’s pop smash Let’s Get Excited. Blame also remixed Getting Over You by David Guetta, Chris Willis, Fergie and LMFAO.
Blame's recent remixes include Raze's house classic "Break 4 Love", Stooshe's "Betty Woz Gone", Sway's "Level Up" and Skepta's "Make Peace Not War" and is currently working on some very exciting new projects.