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M24 Gets It Done On “Back In Blood”


M24 Is one of South London’s top streaming acts. As a rapper from the UK, it is important to tap into the US markets to build up. Furthermore, his new release “Back In Blood’ shows his determination to set the tone. He is on a wave following the release of “High Right Now’” earlier this year. M24 flies us over to Jamaica to deliver the visual offering.

Having shown real musical dexterity with his sound as he draws on an array of music genres including Drill, Afro Bashment, and Trap, his latest effort leans towards drill-centric sensibilities; bouncing, bass-heavy production by Lekaa Beats, intricate flow, and slick wordplay as he plays on the popular saying “Back In Blood”. Furthermore, directed by Toxic, the clean new visuals shot on the high-spirited Caribbean island, you see M24 flex subtly and then some – ‘Back In Blood’  is truly another indicator of his lyrical brilliance. 

M24 Is One Of Our Favorite South London Creatives

M24 Back In Blood
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M24 built a buzz as a young member of iconic Brixton collective 150. Moreover, bringing his saucy brand of drill to the U.K. mainstream in the late 2010s and early 2020s. Coming up under the 150 banner, Brixton-based rapper M24 found his first major success alongside 410’s Skengdo and AM, joining the Myatt’s Field duo for 2017’s ‘Do It & Crash’.  In 2020, M24 dropped the viral Tion Wayne collaboration “London’“. The track soon reached in excess of 40 million streams across online platforms. 

After lending his talents to a number of notable features including iLL BLU‘s ’Dumpa’, GRM Daily‘s ‘Peter Crouch’, the rapper released his debut mixtape, ‘Drip N Drill’, in August 2020. Self-described as a reflection of “a new M24,” the project pushed the rapper’s sound across the U.K. rap spectrum. Moreover, dipping into Afro Bashment and Trap scenes alongside drill-centric material.

Lastly, check out the new fiery visual here!

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