"BRING EM OUT"
SUSPECT X AMBUSH
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The GRM Daily Presents series has consistently dropped imaginative link-ups, drawing on both star names and essential new talent. Its five releases to date have accumulated over 55 million streams, and now two breaking underground artists, Suspect and Ambush, make their series debuts by dropping their collab ‘Bring Em Out’.
Suspect is already highly regarded by a host of leading names. His track ‘FBG’ featured on Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonded’ radio show on the Doomsday Heist update of ‘Grand Theft Auto V’, making him one of the few UK artists that Ocean has highlighted. He has also hit the road as support to Giggs and collaborated with the likes of Skepta, Chip and Ebenezer. After featuring on a Crib Session for Tim Westwood, Suspect’s ‘Loading’ was nominated for Best Mixtape at the Rated Awards. Last year’s follow-up ‘Still Loading’ featured arguably his biggest track to date in the shape of ‘One Way’.
A go-to collaborator for the likes of Skepta, Asco and Chip, Ambush’s status as a rising talent was recently underlined when he was invited to feature on Charlie Sloth’s first Fire In The Booth for the influential DJ’s first show for Beats 1. With recent hits including ‘Jumpy’ and ‘Man Can’t’, the Camden-based artist has been hailed by Noisey as “North London’s rising rap star.”
Sparring visceral rhymes, Suspect and Ambush bring out the best of each other’s ability with ‘Bring Me Out’ as both artists battle to come out on top. Ultimately their combined attack provides a thrilling lyrical flow that perfectly fits the track’s stark and menacing production courtesy of Mubz Got Beats.
Directed by Ray Fiasco (Yxng Bane, Headie One, One Acen), the accompanying video builds upon the track’s raw energy. It cuts between two equally striking scenes – one which finds Suspect and Ambush delivering a charismatic performance in an opulent manor, and a second in which an all-female crew pull off a robbery.
GRM Daily was formed in 2009 and has charted grime’s rise from a largely underground phenomenon to its current status as the nation’s biggest youth culture movement. Along the way, they’ve championed artists including Stormzy, Skepta, Bugzy Malone, Giggs, Wretch 32, Tinie Tempah and many more. GRM Daily’s loyal following includes a combined audience of almost 4 million people across social media.