Cadell drops visuals for ‘WWIII’

Cadell drops visuals for 'WWIII'

Cadell drops visuals for ‘WWIII’

Cadell drops visuals for ‘WWIII’

Wiley’s brother Cadell was called out by Stormzy in the ‘Disappointed’ diss track and now he’s responded.

After Wiley vs Stormzy fever has taken over the country, Wiley’s younger brother Cadell has now stepped up and dropped a diss track of his own aimed at Big Mike.

Stomzy and Cadell have history, with Cadell having released a number of diss tracks aimed at Stormzy back in 2015/16 and Stormzy’s ‘Shut Up’ was reportedly about Cadell.

In ‘World War 3’, Cadell references both Stormzy’s mum and his ex-girlfriend Maya Jama, as his brother has done in his ‘Eediyat Skegman’ diss tracks.

Cadell labels Stormzy the “King of the industry plants” and suggests that the incident at Wiley’s show where Stormzy claims he stepped to Cadell in front of his dad isn’t true.

Cadell has now released the visuals for his Stormzy send back ‘WWIII’

Battle rapping is also a core component of hip-hop, and was famously narrativised in the 2002 film 8 Mile. This foundations of this tradition were laid in the ‘dozens’, an African American homosocial game of name-calling and proverbial exchange.
For grime MC Trim – who has clashed with plenty of his contemporaries in the past, including Wiley – lyrical mastery is built through the combative medium of battling. “I felt like I needed to have that part if I wanted to be whole. If I didn’t train in battling then I would never improve,” he explained to me last year. “All the best rappers battle. Busta Rhymes, Eminem, the list goes on.”

For many, the epicentre of grime clash culture is Jammer’s parents’ basement in Leytonstone. Affectionately known as ‘The Dungeon’, the underground cavern hosted the inaugural Lord of the Mics in 2004, where Wiley went toe-to-toe with Nasty Crew’s Kano.

Watch the video above and Follow Cadell here.

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