Three months after teaming up with Ian Isiah for the “Pretty” visual, Theophilus London appears on the latest single from Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum‘s collaborative J-E-T-S project. Titled “Come Alive,” J-E-T-S and London’s new track is being released to support and promote the forthcoming J-E-T-S EP ZAPS. The follow-up to J-E-T-S’ debut full-length album ZOOSPA, ZAPS is on course to deliver six songs to listeners, including this week’s offering and additional collaborations with Tearz, Fidelia, Roses Gabor, Muzi and Zack Slime Fr.
“I’m a visual person. 95% of my art is visual. All of my art speaks for itself and, you know, I’m an artist and I come up with these ideas and these concepts. I find a concept that I like, I remake it and, you know, that kind of thing,” Theophilus London previously shared with Acclaim. “I don’t have no genre or anything like that. I’m an artist, I’m a voice of a generation. I can do an African album, I can do a Brazilian album, I can sing a Cuban album, I can sing an Austrian album. I can do whatever I favour at the moment. It’s just that I’m a voice and it’s my fantasy and what’s coming through my headspace … I’m not one thing, I’ll never be one thing. And, whatever you want to connect it with, that’s fine, that’s great.”
You can check out J-E-T-S (Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum) and Theophilus London’s new collaboration “Come Alive” above. J-E-T-S’ new ZAPS EP will see release on December 6 via Innovative Leisure.
For more, revisit Theophilus London, Lil Yachty and Ian Isiah’s “Lovers Holiday III” record, which surfaced back in March of this year.