On September 15, Grime MC Stormzy released its fourth new song in 2019 – “Wiley Flow” – a title that pays tribute to the founder of Grime Wiley not only in the title. Another classic of Wiley, the Dubplate Night Bus – widely known as the best piece of makeup – will be redesigned for a hook and a fourth verse. Wiley Flow sees Stormzy as a tribute to the country’s pioneer. Friday, right? Do you want new music? Well, we have it for you. The second verse contains an overview of the dimensions of Wiley’s song “Bad’Em Up”, written in 2006. After a short stay in Australia at the end of 2018, “she” moved to the UK w “she” worked as a freelance translator and interpreter before joining the Music Crows. As the founder of the company, Wiley is undoubtedly cautious about who gets on the dirty train in 2019. The single’s masterpiece also has an impressive stylistic resemblance to the masterpiece of Wiley’s Tunnel Vision, a series of mixed tapes released between 2006 and 2008.
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