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Myles McCaulskey on Culture II

7th February 2018 | Music

When Migos dropped their highly anticipated project ‘Culture II’ nobody could have expected that we would be wowed with a whopping 24 tracks!

It’s been a year since the North Atlanta trio released their big debut commercial album – ‘Culture’ – off the success from ‘Bad & Boujee (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)’. The dope record had 9 less tracks than ‘Culture II’ but apart from a few songs the project was on heavy rotation throughout 2017. Let’s also not forget the other collaborative projects Migos were involved in (e.g. Quavo X Travis Scott’s ‘Huncho Jack’, Metro Boomin X 21 Savage & Offset ‘Without Warning’ & the Quality Control Album.

The main purpose why I co-signed most of the tracks on these projects was the rappers flow on the tracks & the beat which usually had a mad energy which made you bop your head, regardless of what mood you were in.


However, I started to notice a change in Migos’ music from Quavo X Travis Scott’s ‘Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho’ in December 2017. These beats seemed a lot more stripped back and were less turnt and more vibey. Unlike in ‘Culture’, it took me about a week to warm to the project and made me question whether ‘Culture II‘ would follow suit. I was right.

Culture II‘ took a lot of people by surprise. Songs like ‘Made Men’, ‘Gang Gang’ ‘Stir Fry’ were curveballs to the ‘Migos’ sound. Especially the hype from their first single ‘Motor Sport’ which featured Nicki Minaj & Cardi B. Most people thought following ‘Motor Sport’ the rest of the album would follow that path.

By now I’ve listened to the album over 10-15 times and although I can still say in my opinion ‘Culture’ still trumps ‘Culture II’…

Interview with Stylo G

7th February 2018 | Music

Stylo G has been an important treasure for UK Dancehall music in the last 10 years. It’s a matter of fact.

From the release of 'Call Mi A Leader', 'Come Over' (with Clean Bandit) to 'Soundbwoy', which broke into the top 15 on the UK Chart back in 2013, Stylo G has been patiently building up his brand to the point where he can release his own body of work.


Introducing the 'Ten Years Later' EP which is Stylo G’s most complete body of work. Featuring Dancehall legends Beenie Man (10 Metric Ton) and Junior Reid (Breadman), the project is the older generation of artists passing the Dancehall torch to Stylo to expand the sound in the UK, Jamaica and across the world.


Stylo G sat down with Myles McCaulskey to talk about the EP, working with Beenie Man in the studio and the commercial sound of Dancehall resulting on him being on CBBC!

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Myles McCaulskey interviews Stylo G

Myles McCaulskey interviews Stylo G about his new EP, working with Beenie Man in the studio and the commercial sound of Dancehall. (12 minutes)

Interview with B Young

7th February 2018 | Music

Rising star B Young, hailing from East London, sat down with Myles McCaulskey to talk about his brand new single 'Jumanji' which is creating a serious buzz across the UK right now.

Starting as an artist before spending a couple years as a Sound Engineer, B Young spent these years crafting his sound and tapping into the Afro-Swing genre to make the infectious banger 'Jumanji'. The video currently has over 5 million views on YouTube via GRM Daily so that sums up his impact.


In a time where a lot of artists are using platforms like GRM & Link Up TV to gain recognition and follow the footsteps of people like Not3s and Ramz, the ascension of B Young is sure to be next.

B Young spoke to Mlyes McCaulskey about the single as well as his plans for 2018 and next steps for taking over the game!

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Myles McCaulskey interviews B Young

Myles McCaulskey interviews B Young about single Jumanji as well as his plans for 2018 and next steps for taking over the game! (5 minutes)