The Godfather of Grime, known commonly as Wiley, occasionally as the most random man
on road in the game or most recently, chart topper connects UK and Canadian dots in this surprising collaboration with rising Toronto songstress Rochelle Jordan. His verse is a typically Eskiboy affair, but more than that his feature shows he’s still an artist with some foresight and an ear very much to the ground. What other British emcee (of his stature) is jumping on relatively obscure R&B releases like this?
Also the perfect time to remind you, Rochelle Jordan’s debut album Pressure was released this week. It marks one of the best R&B albums you’ll probably hear this year, so listen, download for free and read our thoughts here.