Ghanaian musicians Amaarae and Black Sherif have been featured on British rapper Stormzy’s ‘This is What I mean Album.
The track lists shared by The award-winning British rapper prove he’s staying true to his African roots. The Album also features Nigeria’s Ayra Starr, Teni, P2J, Oxlade, Tempoe, and Ms. Banks.
In October, Stormzy shared his first track off his forthcoming album, “Mel Made Me Do It,” featuring a cameo from Jose Mourinho, the Portuguese professional football manager, and some narration from actress and screenwriter Michaela Coel.
In announcing the features, Stormzy Shared a tweet and captioned it ‘My Album Family’
My album family 🤎 #ThisIsWhatIMean pic.twitter.com/ARZJVy7aSp
— Stormzy (@stormzy) November 22, 2022
The album was recorded on Osea Island in England during a series of music camps with a team of “world-class musicians and the best producers, writers, and artists in the world” in a “free atmosphere”, where Stormzy “prayed every morning” during its creation. It was further described as an “intimate love letter to music” by Stormzy.
Stormzy’s ‘This Is What I Mean’ album will be released on Friday, November 25, 2022.
Also, Stormzy has partnered with Adidas Football to launch Merky FC, a new project that aims to “help level the playing field by giving off-pitch opportunities to young Black people” within the sport.
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