After stirring the hornet’s nest with his come back single “Return of lowkey“, Lowkey once again shows us why he is the best at what he does with another verbal showcase. His new song/video titled “GOAT flow” is just what the doctor prescribed as the UK rap veteran gets into the zone and delivers over four minutes of verbal gymnastics. Over a vibrant backdrop by producer Show N Prove, Lowkey brings back the days of intense lyricism sans the glitz and gimmicks, he switches flows at every turn and doesn’t even break a sweat.
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“GOAT flow” is the followw up to “The Return Of Lowkey” and both tracks feature on ‘Soundtrack To The Struggle 2’, an album which acts as a sequel to his last official album, 2011’s highly acclaimed ‘Soundtrack To The Struggle’ which at the time BBC’s Charlie Sloth described as “the best album of the year, no probably THE best album of the past few years period!”
Highlights from the upcoming album include ‘Ghosts of Grenfell (feat Mai Khalil)’ and ‘Ahmed’, both of which act as benchmarks for the quality of songs throughout the album. Official videos for such tracks have garnered millions of views on YouTube and Facebook with support coming from Lilly Allen, Russell Brand, Frankie Boyle, JME and many other influential figures. ‘Ghosts Of Grenfell’ song was featured heavily on BBC Radio 4’s World At One where Lowkey has been interviewed several times, whilst MP for Kensington, Emma Dent Coad described him as a “poet laureate for Grenfell Tower.”