- Skepta has demanded he is going no place and uncovers another EP is coming this month.
The “Grease Mode” rapper had indicated his retirement recently when he proposed that his work on maker JAE5’s melody “Measurement would be among his last tracks and uncovered he wouldn’t record any new music in 2021.
He composed on Instagram at that point: “This Jae5 tune/video highlighting REMA and myself was recorded and shot last year in Ghana. I have one more melody with Bando and L’s that we additionally recorded in 2020 – after we drop that, I’m out …
“Any stanzas of mine you hear this year were completely recorded last year. I’ve quit recording 2021.”
In any case, the 38-year-old star has demanded that is not the situation, and he will be back with a smaller than expected collection on July 30. Speaking to fans on Instagram Live, he said: “I would never stop the music. So I don’t have the foggiest idea who’s pushing that story, pushing that plan that Skeppy is halting music whatnot. How? I’m music.”
Skepta – whose last studio collection was 2019’s “Obliviousness Is Bliss” – proceeded to disclose how he chose to push back his delivery until after his buddy Dave drops his next LP, “We’re All Alone In This Together” on July 23.
The London MC added: “I will let Dave’s collection come out this week then, at that point, I will drop it the week after. But, be that like it may, I will declare the tracklist this Sunday.”
The “Closure” hitmaker uncovered last year that he was chipping away at another collection. Talking on Instagram Live in May, he said: “I’m making my collection now; you get me before I stop. I’m making my collection now before I quit banging out every one of the beats.”