Full of wordplay, lyrical dexterity and fast flows, London based Fusion recently returned with, FOR THE CRIME, an anti-anthem that vents at the police, the grime scene and more
Catapulting Into the scene with his incredible debut on the Lord Of The Mics 10th Anniversary compilation and following up with a succession of heavy-hitting grime including ‘No‘, ‘Rudeboy‘, the ode to his neighbourhood, ‘Newham‘ and self-produced ’24 Hours Riddim’, which garnered acclaim from iD, Complex & Mixmag, Fusion kicked off 2017 deservedly being named as one of Complex Magazine’s ‘Ones To Watch’ via their ‘13 British Emcees Destined For A Big 2017’.
About to prove exactly why he was chosen for the list and pitched for success alongside the likes of Stefflon Don and Mist, Fusion releases ‘For The Crime’, which paves the way for the grit-laden E.P ‘Ready’, made up of 5 tracks packed with lyric laced dirt. Surpassing an impressive level of energy, Fusion opens up his arsenal, spitting over the instrumental, which is a stark reminder of what makes up grime’s sonic backbone. Entwining his slick yet punchy flow that hammers through the screeching, bouncy instrumental, Fusion marks himself out as one of the new generation worth a reload.