Mura Masa Makes US TV Debut With slowthai for "Deal Wiv It" 'Fallon' Performance

A cut off Masa’s latest album ‘R.Y.C.’

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Mura Masa made his US television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with a performance of “Deal Wiv It,” a standout cut from him newest album R.Y.C (Raw Youth Collage) alongside English rapper slowthai. The energetic performance perfectly captured the collaborative track’s gritty message, with slowthai going topless early on in the song and jumping on top of Jimmy Fallon’s table to quickly serenade him.

Masa is prepping to embark on a lengthy tour that will see him in the UK, Europe and North America this year. Both artists are also set to make appearances at Coachella this April.

Watch Mura Masa and slowthai’s performance of “Deal Wiv It” on Fallon above.

Elsewhere in music, the Kendrick Lamar biography The Butterfly Effect is set to release this October 2020.

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