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Birmingham’s MIST Remembers Sidhu Moose Wala On New Single ‘Daily Duppy’, Prod. By Steel Banglez

Birmingham, United Kingdom’s hard-hitting drill and grime emcee MIST has just released his latest single. Titled “Daily Duppy”, the single is produced by U.K. and Punjabi rap superproducer Steel Banglez and arrives amidst a slew of emcees and Hip-Hop artists from Britain and India paying their tributes to the late Sidhu Moose Wala ahead of his death anniversary.

The single arrives days after Nigerian British emcee Tion Wayne remembered the Punjabi Hip-Hop pioneer on “Healing”. The provocative rap record was released alongside a massive music video shot in Nigeria, Ghana, Great Britain and at Sidhu Moose Wala’s residence in Punjab, India.

MIST’s latest single furthers the call for “Justice For Sidhu Moose Wala” after his controversial murder in Mansa, Punjab on May 29th 2022. Besides incendiary bars which mention Moosa across ‘Daily Duppy’, the drill record with GRM Daily certainly captures Moose Wala’s impact on U.K. Drill and Punjabi Hip-Hop across the globe.

“While I’m alive Moose Wala, your names gonna live on,” MIST, who has previously worked with Moosa on “47” alongside Stefflon Don and Steel Banglez, raps on the flagrant South London Drill record. Check out the exclusive ‘Daily Duppy’ preview by MIST here.

Notably, Steel Banglez linked up with Sidhu Moose Wala on his third posthumous single “Mera Na”. Featuring Burna Boy, the long-awaited record serves as the lead single to his star-studded debut studio album “The Playlist”.

Banglez’s first full-length rap record will reportedly feature guest verses from numerous British emcees including Giggs, Chip, Squeeks, Aitch, Morrisson, Tion Wayne, MIST, Mostack, Burna Boy, Steff London, Clean Bandit, Unknown T, Blade Brown and more. The LP drops on May 19th 2023.

MIST’s effort is a part of GRM Daily’s “Daily Duppy” series. Besides the “Ain’t The Same” emcee, the drill segment features verses from some of the finest British rappers including Central Cee, French The Kid, Digga D, Meekz, Stefflon Don, M Huncho, Nafe Smallz, Aitch, AJ Tracey and more.

Watch the ‘Daily Duppy’ music video by MIST here.

Listen to ‘Daily Duppy’ by MIST here if you haven’t yet.