LISTEN: Too Many T’s share new track ‘Butter Rug’

Do you love listening to Hip Hop? Well if you do, this is definitely for you!

South London based Too Many T’s have been breathing fresh life into the Hip Hop scene for nearly three years and in that time they have supported some of their childhood hero’s on stage; Big Daddy Kane, Wu Tang Clan, Ugly Duckling and, as part of the upcoming tour, Charii 2na. They have reached audiences on BBC 6 Music and XFM as well as performing at some of the UK’s biggest and best festivals. This year alone saw the South London duo perform an official set on the Bestival main stage, they drew the biggest crowd ever at Friday’s opening set at Secret Garden Party and Glastonbury Festival where they played no less than eight shows including the “Opening Number” set where Mr Eavis himself was seen on the dance floor.


Leon Rhymes and Standaloft’s next release comes in the shape of their brand new EP Running Wild and they have recruited a number of friends whom they’ve met over the last few years to create their largest and best output to date. ‘Butter Rug’ is the first track to be shared from the release and features collaborations from numerous rappers including Abdominal MC and Lazy Habits. The distinct sense of positivity and “Old School” vibes ensures this track harks back to the glory days of Hip Hop, before the rise of gangsta rap and if this track is a sign of things to come from the EP then we are certainly looking forward to its release TOMORROW!

To coincide with the release, the duo are performing a sold out show at London’s Sebright Arms and will also be embarking on a full UK tour which started on the 1st October in Manchester and ends at Birthdays in London on the 14th November with tickets available here.

Check out ‘Butter Rug’ below and let me know what you think @MattTarrJourno

Matt Tarr

Matt Tarr

Urban Music Editor
With grime and hip hop being major influences on him growing up in South East London, Matt's passion is urban music but over the years he has gathered a hugely diverse taste, ranging from Wiley to The Smiths by way of Machine Head, that has made him a very open minded individual.
Matt Tarr