Released under the famed Disturbing London imprint, the tape contains ten tracks, spanning just over a 29-minute runtime. The tape, however, guests only three acts Tankia and UK rappers Jaykae and Chip.
Sadly, this project does not include our favourite Kida Kudz-cuts like ‘Moonwalk’ and ‘Money’ with Teni. However, we are also excited that we are getting a whole tape full of fresh unheard cuts save for the Jaykae-featured ‘ 1 am’ which opened the year for the Jiggy boy.
Enjoy the project above.
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