Skepta - Nasty

Having been criminally overlooked for years, Skepta – and grime music’s – transition into the

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Having been criminally overlooked for years, Skepta – and grime music’s – transition into the American mainstream has been recently facilitated by some power moves. After appearing alongside Kanye West for a fire-fueled rendition of West’s “All Day” at the BRIT Awards, here Skepta keeps the ball rolling with a new release dubbed “Nasty.” While the minimalist, synth-tweaked background seems to borrow sounds from an early ’90s horror video game, the song is filled with cutting bars from the UK rapper. Check out the song above, and let us know if you can get down in the comments below. As always, be sure to head to HYPETRAK for the latest releases in music around the world.

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