The London grime MC samples Drake's "Jungle" on this new one from his forthcoming album, #Konnichiwa.
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The tape runs seven tracks (counting the intro) and features nearly as many guests, as well as a stellar production lineup.
Listen to the tough talking first official single off the legendary Baton Rouge rapper's first post-prison album, set to drop later this summer.