Reading-based rap collective OSP returns with this upbeat jam titled “Fill It Up” which showcases their versatility and fluid rap style. Over a bouncy, bass-driven soundscape, each emcee delivers a fiery performance ripe with wit humor, and an off-kilter lyrical display. The chorus is pretty catchy too.



First formed in 2014, the Reading-based brotherhood OSP – comprised of Esa Kwame (rapper, beat maker), J Blackz (rapper, singer-songwriter, beat maker), Silqe (rapper, beat maker), and Subject (producer, engineer) – has always strived to become a positive force within the UK’s hip-hop community. Originally standing for Only Speak Positive, the four-piece earned their mantra through a string of bold and vibrant cuts that looked to deliver a powerful message of tolerance and respect through their work. While also regularly collaborating with other artists as well as solo material in recent years, the synergy between the artists has been unparalleled ever since they first came together, as they look to deliver a sound that is lacking from the commercial world.

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