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General News / January 13, 2017

Nadia Rose releases highly anticipated EP

General News / January 13, 2017

Nadia Rose releases highly anticipated EP

Nadia Rose has become one of my favourite rappers and favourite new artists to come out of 2016. I talk about her at least once a day which is an obsession I’m working on I promise.

The young rapper released a couple of stand out tracks last year, went on to win a Mobo award, be named in the Top 5 BBC Sound of 2017 poll and gain a lot of dedicated fans in the process.

Finally we can hear a nice big collection of work on her debut EP ‘Highly Flammable’ featuring ‘Skwod’ and ‘Crank It (Waoh)’ featuring Kideko, George Kwali and Sweet Irie.

Stream the EP below.