Heard this track for the first time a pre-drink, and two minutes later I realized I was just standing around the speaker like a huge weirdo, massively engaged at the smooth and simplistic instrumentals of the song, matched with some super stylistic lyricism. Naturally, I had to ask around at who’s music it was, get the track name, headed home and give it a second listen.
Loyle Carner clearly shows on this single that not all British rap needs to fit into the ever growing grime category, as on this track, barring the accent, you’d think he grew up next to Q-Tip.
His upcoming album, featuring Ain’t Nothin Changed drops early 2017. Considering I’ve only known the dudes name for a week, defo anticipating its release.