12 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a string of pop feature stints, Wretch 32 heads back to his roots, uniting with fledgling north London rapper Avelino (the Young Fire in the equation), for a bracing UK hip-hop collaboration. Sinister, sinewy opening track "Young Fire Old Flame" states their claim on the scene, while "Issues" is an apocalyptic call-to-arms featuring shady truths from newcomers Loick Essien and Hurricane Hunt. There’s is lightness, too: "Nothing Will" is a hazy, catchy tale of trying to get where you're going, and "Hulk Hogan" is a punchy, synthy ode to the iconic wrestler.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a string of pop feature stints, Wretch 32 heads back to his roots, uniting with fledgling north London rapper Avelino (the Young Fire in the equation), for a bracing UK hip-hop collaboration. Sinister, sinewy opening track "Young Fire Old Flame" states their claim on the scene, while "Issues" is an apocalyptic call-to-arms featuring shady truths from newcomers Loick Essien and Hurricane Hunt. There’s is lightness, too: "Nothing Will" is a hazy, catchy tale of trying to get where you're going, and "Hulk Hogan" is a punchy, synthy ode to the iconic wrestler.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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