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GRM RELEASE LONG-AWAITED ‘LET’S WORK’ MIXTAPE!

GRM RELEASE LONG-AWAITED ‘LET’S WORK’ MIXTAPE!
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GRM RELEASE LONG-AWAITED ‘LET’S WORK’ MIXTAPE!


GRM RELEASE LONG-AWAITED 'LET'S WORK' MIXTAPE!

After sharing various singles from the project in recent times, GRM are super proud to present to you the GRM Daily mixtape, ‘Let’s Work’.

From “YRF” featuring Fredo and Not3s to the brand-new “One More Night” single with Wretch 32, WSTRN and Kamille, various tracks from the tape have been released within the past two years and those tunes – alongside several fresh ones – have been compiled together to create the star-studded Let’s Work.

The GRM Daily mixtape is full of big collaborations such as the previously heard “Green Light” between Blade Brown, Hardy Caprio and Skrapz, Fill Up The Tank” featuring Ghetts and Youngs Teflon, “It’s All Love” with Ms Banks and Big Tobz and many more.

Included on the mixtape is UK banger ‘London’s Calling’ and is set to production which blends bass-heavy bombast with a sweeping cinematic vibe, ‘London’s Calling’ introduces each artist before they fire ferocious rhymes about their life experiences in the capital.

“I wanted to create a track that bought together the key representatives in every corner of London,” says GRM Daily CEO and founder Koby ‘Posty’ Hagan. “This track, without a doubt, is a true representation and celebration of this city showcasing some of the leading talent and allowing them to represent their areas with their own artistic style on each verse.”

The accompanying video was directed by regular GRM Daily collaborator Jay Parpworth.

GRM Daily was formed in 2009 and has charted grime’s rise from a largely underground phenomenon to its current status as the nation’s biggest youth culture movement. Along the way, they’ve championed artists including Stormzy, Tinie Tempah, Skepta, Bugzy Malone, Giggs, Wretch 32 and many more. GRM Daily’s loyal following includes a combined audience of 2 million across social media.

Check out the full mixtape below and let us know what tracks you’re feeling!

 

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