It's free material, so you probably don't expect a mater-piece but this is good - the tracks have nice concepts, as can be seen on 'Grime DVDs' for example, and related to that there is good word play while staying true to the grime sound.
As an E3 resident some top producers are not too far away, so Lee Brasco has got Wiley on there ('Grime DVDs') and Ruff Sqwad bredrins Rapid ('The Block'), and Scholar ('Sweet Dreams' and 'Smoking Cigarettes'). Merlin and Jazdeep also feature on the producco. 'My Diary' is a sweetboy tune but I like it, and 'On The Block' and 'Shower Kids' are large.
Brasco is to one to watch in 2008. An unoriginal choice, but what. Some further unorginal choices for 2008 success - ICE KID (just watch when his voice breaks), Double S, and I can see maybe Kano and Dylan once again embracing the grime sound. Big things for this scene in 2008, make sure you're a part of it.