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Having incinerated booths on the grime scene since the age of 17, few would have begrudged James Devlin a slight pop makeover on his debut album. So Bud, Sweat & Beers is all the more impressive for its hard-edged authenticity. “Marching Through the Fog” is a spit-flecked show-stopper (“I’ve got bars harder than Arnold’s arm is”), and “Let It Go”—assisted by Labrinth—sees Devlin concoct a mega-anthem on his own uncompromising terms.

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The Next Big Star?

I'm not a particular fan of rap. However this is something new, a breath of fresh air. Devlin's most complete album to date he's an up and coming star and one of the people at the top of the future of rap.

Their aren't any tracks that seem out of place which is good and bad. Top tracks: Brainwashed, Marching through the fog, our father, Runaway, world still turns, I Made It (Bonus Track) and the beautiful track that is London City.

If your foolish enough not to buy the whole album then the tracks I have just listed are essential. So yeah give "Bud, Swear & Beers" a go as it really is worth it.



this album easily the best british rapper album!
dreamer is one of the best track ive heard in ages

Best artist around

Devlin goes in .every song on his album is good .buy it community outcast ,father ,runaway and the rest buy now


Born: 1989 in Dagenham, Essex, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Following in the footsteps of Dizzee Rascal, Tinchy Strider and Tinie Tempah, Devlin broke through from London's underground grime scene to achieve mainstream success. Born in Dagenham, Essex in 1989, James Devlin grew up listening to Bruce Springsteen, Bob Marley, and the Supremes, but developed a love of hip-hop after buying Nas' It Was Written album. At the age of 13, he began MC'ing on various pirate radio stations and was eventually spotted by influential grime artist Dogzilla, who asked him...
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