Dizzee Rascal & Skepta Join Forces on New Song ‘Money Right’
It follows Dizzee’s 2017 album ‘Raskit‘, which NME described as “[trading] good-time anthems for social commentary” in a four-star review.
Although a leaked version of the single was circulating online, the lavish record has now earned an official release.
Skepta spits, “Everyday man follow me surfin’ online tryna catch the wave / Get baptized make your whole crew capsize,” Skepta spits. “Been bullying crews for days / Tell that p*ssyhole stop talking rubbish / When I came in with the thuggish ruggish.”
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During a Beats 1 interview with Julie Adenuga, Dizzee broke down the background behind his new song with Skepta, saying, “He showed me the instrumental for this and I stood up. I said, Nah, we have to do this. I understood it. It’s one of them ones that everyone our age or above would think, ‘Why didn’t I do that?’”
The rest of the EP will feature appearances from P Money, C Cane, and Afronaut Zu.
There is no release date yet, but you can stream the “Money Right” collaboration below.
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