Skepta, a British rapper of Nigerian descent, has teamed up with Wizkid, Afrobeat star, for his latest 13-track album titled, ‘Ignorance is Bliss’.
The UK grime rapper, whose real name is Joseph Junior Adenuga, comes through with his new body of work, three years after dropping ‘Konnichiwa’ -a Mercury Prize-winning album.
In his fifth album, Skepta ushers listeners to his opinion on core social conversations like political hypocrisy, fatherhood, relationship dramas and crime.
— Big Smoke – (@Skepta) May 30, 2019
Wizkid joins the rapper on one of his soundtracks titled ‘Glow in the Dark’.
Prior to the official release of ‘Bliss is Ignorance’, Skepta premiered two music video, ‘Bullet From A Gun’, and ‘Grease Mode’ — both included as soundtracks in his album.
For ‘Bullet From A Gun’, Skepta, who recently had a baby girl, sits next to an empty stroller at North London’s underground station.
The Tottenham-born rapper churns out his fast one-liners while an array of events unfolds around him.
Watch ‘Bullet From A Gun’:
Skepta teamed up with Nafe Smallz, UK rapper, for ‘Greaze Mode’. Set in retro 1970’s style, the music visuals featured Skepta together with Nafe attempting to carry out a bank robbery.
Watch ‘Greaze Mode’:
J Hus was also featured on ‘What Do You Mean?.’
Other tracks included in the newly-released album include, ‘Redrum’, ‘No Sleep’, ‘Going Through It’, ‘Same Old Story’, ‘Love Me Not’, ‘Animal Instinct’, ‘Glow In The Dark’, ‘You Wish’, ‘Gangsta’ and ‘Pure Water’.
In 2015, Skepta had appeared alongside Drake on Wizkid’s remix for ‘Ojuelegba’. Skepta would later feature the Afrobeat star in his single ‘Energy’ in 2018.
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