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L’ART’s Weekend Anthem with Fekky

L’ART’s Weekend Anthem with Fekky

September 7, 2017 | D&L

This week’s anthem spot belongs to Fekky, after the UK rap artist shared his fresh new visual for the track that looks at today’s approach taken by some on social media.

‘Cappin On The Net’, is taken from his debut album, El Clasico, and sees the young artist use his music platform to address those who are guilty of talking rubbish on the internet.

“This track is about what I see in today’s world as a result of the huge rise and influence of social media,” he explains.

“I feel like everyone’s got something to say, often too much, so, ‘Cappin on the Net’, is my way of cutting through the noise and saying my piece.” He can’t be the only one that’s ever felt that way right?

Providing a screenshot into his life, the visual portrays two sides to the ‘Mad Ting Sad Ting’, artist, showing the best of both worlds; class and street. Representing more of a Hip Hop vibe amongst other tracks on the album release, the track is a perfect example of Fekky’s diversity as an artist, with the album as a whole representing Grime at its absolute best.

With 18 original tracks on the tracklist, features include Skepta on ‘Way Too Much’, Dizzee Rascal on ‘Sittin Here’, Ghetts on ‘Call Me Again’, and Neutrino, and Chip on ‘Avirex’.

Here’s ‘Cappin On The Net’.

Image Source: Your Army