19 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It may begin with the foreboding sound of heavy rainfall but there’s an infectiously gassed, celebratory mood to the first proper album from South London MC Sneakbo. For one thing, there’s Brixton’s guest list: an enviable roster of artists that runs from gifted newcomers (can’t-miss hitmaker Not3s on “Nah”) and reinvented pop stars (Conor Maynard on island-tinged slow jam “Get to Know Me”), to fired-up legends of the UK scene (Giggs gleefully destroying on icy anthem “Active”). But—whether adapting to G-funk or road rap—Bo’s precise flow emerges as the star attraction.

EDITORS’ NOTES

It may begin with the foreboding sound of heavy rainfall but there’s an infectiously gassed, celebratory mood to the first proper album from South London MC Sneakbo. For one thing, there’s Brixton’s guest list: an enviable roster of artists that runs from gifted newcomers (can’t-miss hitmaker Not3s on “Nah”) and reinvented pop stars (Conor Maynard on island-tinged slow jam “Get to Know Me”), to fired-up legends of the UK scene (Giggs gleefully destroying on icy anthem “Active”). But—whether adapting to G-funk or road rap—Bo’s precise flow emerges as the star attraction.

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