Here is the latest entry in our partnership with COLORS BERLIN, an online music channel that aims to break down the barriers of the musical landscape. ALL COLORS NO GENRES is their main mission – from hip-hop to indie, electronica, R&B and pop, COLORS BERLIN allows artists to present themselves and their work in a contemporary way. We’ve teamed up with them on a series of video shorts in which artists are invited to perform one of their own tracks in the COLORS studio.

Hip-hop is full of dynamic duos. From Eric B. and Rakim to OutKast to Run the Jewels, the genre's history is one that has continually been propelled forward on the strength of terrific twosomes. And though they are still in the early stages of their career, 808INK feel destined to be the next great duo to watch.

Hailing from London and first emerging on the scene in 2015, 808INK have that much-envied quality of not sounding like anything or anyone else. Despite creating heavy hip-hop and, yes, being British, they in no way conform to the sounds of Grime or other hallmarks of their homeland.

No better evidence than this can be found than on their stellar full-length Hungry, released last year to high praise. It is from this work that their pick for COLORS Berlin, the onslaught titled "Jeep Cherokee," emerges. Watch their performance above and stay tuned to see where these two head next.

Stream their full-length from last year Hungry below via Spotify:

Be sure to check out our previous installment of COLORS Berlin with the one and only A$AP Ant right here.

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