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South London’s Iconic Collective D-Block Europe Samples ‘In My Feelings’ By Drake On Huge New Single ‘Kiki (What Would Drizzy Say)’

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South London‘s iconic Hip-Hop & Grime collective D-Block Europe has released its fiery new single “Kiki (What Would Drizzy Say)”. Consisting of Adam Nathaniel “Young Adz” Williams, and Ricky Earl “Dirtbike LB” Banton, the DBE samples Drake‘s top-tier rap record “In My Feelings” for the single.

Produced by flagrant British rap producers Eight8, Harry Beech & Ari Beats, the singles arrives alongside a massive visual treatment which captures D-Block Europe’s cuts from their sold-out O2 Arena concerts in London.

Notably, “Kiki (What Would Drizzy Say)” marks their first British rap single since releasing their third studio album “Rolling Stone”.

Check out the exclusive “Kiki (What Would Drizzy Say)” music video shared by DBE below.

In other news, British Grime MVP Stormzy has joined forces with Punjabi emcee AP Dhillon on “Problems Over Peace”. The breakthrough “Real Talk” rapper, who shut down the Coachella Festival on Sunday and remembered legendary slain rapper Sidhu Moose Wala amidst the historic concert, is yet to release a visual cut for his debut drill single.

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Stream ‘Kiki (What Would Drizzy Say)’ by D-Block Europe via Spotify.