Stormzy has enlisted several Nigerian singers for ‘This Is What I Mean’, his forthcoming album.

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The UK rapper unveiled the artistes and producers to feature in the album via his Instagram page on Tuesday.

‘This Is What I Mean’ is scheduled to be released on November 25.

The Nigerian artistes enlisted for the project include Ayra Starr, Teni, and Oxlade, Tempoe.

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Also on the project is Tempoe, the music producer.

Ghana’s Black Sherif, Amarae, and Juls are also recruited for the much-awaited album.

Other artistes featured in the project are India Arie, KZ, Ayanna, Nao, Debbie, Grades, Sampha, and Knox Brown.

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‘This Is What I Mean’ is Stormzy’s third album.

The project, produced by Prgshn, comes after his 2019 and 2017 albums ‘Heavy Is The Head’ and ‘Gang Signs & Prayers’ respectively.

Stormzy’s latest project further stretches his list of collaborations with Nigerian artistes.

In 2019, the rapper and Burna Boy teamed up for ‘Own It‘.

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He also collaborated with the ‘African Giant’ crooner for ‘Real Life’.

Since the release of his debut in 2017, Stormzy has made a name for himself in the international music space.

He has won numerous awards for his works and collaborated with top music stars.

He has two extended plays (EP) to his credit, including ‘Dreamers Disease’ (2014) and ‘For All We Know’ (2017).

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