If you've got your ear to the ground within London's Rap and Grime scenes, Dave, aka Santan Dave (sometimes aka Dave Santan) and AJ Tracey are two names you should already be familiar with. If not, grab a seat.

17-year-old Dave (and yes, that's his real name) dropped his first track online on the same day he started his first year of college, where he's currently studying Philosophy & Ethics, Law and Music. A grade 7 pianist, the south London-based rapper probably came to the attention of most after appearing on BBC Radio 1Xtra as part of Charlie Sloth's 'Fire In the Booth' series back in March following a number of successful underground tracks. AJ Tracey, meanwhile has been on the come up for some time but has really stepped to the forefront of Grime in the last year or so, following the release of his Front EP and Alex Moran EP (he also delivered a brilliant 'Fire in the Booth' earlier this year). His track 'Naila', which uses Zeph Ellis' 'XCXD BXMB' beat (made popular by Kano and his single 'Garage Skank') won him further attention and acclaim setting him up for an exciting 2016.

Both still very much on the rise, it's rather fitting the have two come together for their mutual admiration for Brazilian footballer Thiago Silva on a 169 & Prince Rapid-produced track of the same name. The video, shot equally in south & west London and at the Parc des Princes Stadium in Paris, is a simple showcase of these respective regions but it's simplicity means your focus should be set firmly on Dave and Tracey's fire bars. Outstanding.