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2 October 2017, 11:40
The new drop lands with an epic visual.
Stormzy has dropped a new track called '4PM in London'.
The song, which the Mercury Prize-nominated rapper teased on social media last week, samples Drake's similarly named '4PM In Calabasas'.
The Grime MC's latest tune documents his rise to the top of the game and sees him reflect on his epic journey to stardom.
Stormzy, real name Michael Omari, paired the track with a dimly-lit visual, featuring the South London native rapping towards the camera in a black hoodie.
Interestingly, Stormzy can be heard promising a follow-up album to the gold-certified 'Gang Signs & Prayer' during the final bars of the track.
"They told me back in summer I should drop a summer tune / But I've been working f***ing hard, the second album's coming soon" he spits.
The track samples the beat of Drake's Vinylz & Frank Dukes-produced '4PM In Calabasas'.
Meanwhile, Stormzy recently released the official 'Gang Signs & Prayer' movie.
The action-packed 15-minute film “chronicles Stormzy’s inner battles and temptations as he becomes the master of his own destiny.”