Forty-eight hours after picking up the “Best Mixtape” award for “In Skengs We Trust” at the K.A & GRM Daily Rated Awards, the original UK Drillaz 67 released their brand new mixtape “Let’s Lurk” – and it has soared straight to No.1 in the iTunes Hip Hop chart.
Fans got an early taste of lead single “5am Vamping” following its audio premiere via iD last month, and hours ahead of the “Let’s Lurk” mixtape release last night, Complex UK premiered their mini movie for the record “Let’s Lurk”, following the south Londoners 67 on a journey from their recent live set at Boiler Room down to the Tate Britain and around their hometown, Brixton Hill.
Released in early 2016, street anthem “Let’s Lurk”, featuring rap lord Giggs, provided the title and the first insight to the 18-track tape.
Highly supported “Traumatized” is also found lurking on the track list, and now 67 have unleashed a tsunami of previously unheard audio that are set to make “Let’s Lurk” a future classic.
Known as one of the rawest crews in UK rap, the south Londoners 67 have become infamous in a short space of time, gatecrashing UK music’s commercial landscape and gaining a mass following online.
Compared to the likes of Section Boyz and Stormzy, due to the similarities of their rapid ascents in the media, that is where the similarities end and the authenticity of 67 shines through.
67’s sound is an “unfiltered collision of Chiraq Drill, UK street slang and London road politics” (Complex), defined by its dark, grim, lyrical content and ominous trap-influenced beats and has got music platforms worldwide talking.
Groundbreaking in every move that they’ve made so far, “Let’s Lurk” makes an equally impressive claim for major celebration.
Watch 67’s new music video for “5AM Vamping” here:
Listen to 67’s new lead single “5AM Vamping” here, via Soundcloud:
Watch 67’s music video for “Let’s Lurk” featuring Giggs here:
Watch 67’s music video for “Traumatized” here:
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