Stormzy has dropped a new track and video.
On his fourth single this year, 'Wiley Flow', following 'Vossi Bop', 'Crown' and 'Sounds Of The Skeng', the grime MC pays homage to the godfather of grime, Wiley.
Referencing some of the London MC's most inegral tracks, like JME collaboration 'Bad Em Up' and ‘Nightbus Dubplate’, originally released in 2006, 'Wiley Flow' features an instrumental from EY, who has worked with the likes of Drake and Meek Mill.
Check out the video for 'Wiley Flow' here.
Stormzy recently announced that he would continue with The Stormzy Scholarship for Black UK Students at Cambridge University, funding a full four years of undergraduate study for two students.
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