It looks like Steel Banglez has something new to offer with his latest single. In the past week, Tion Wayne and Morrisson contributed to the British beatsmith’s “Blama,” a drill-inspired composition. A co-production from TheElements, the street-focused track focuses on the emcees’ involvement in the subject matter.
A cinematic visual is featured with the accompanying song, with Steel Banglez and collaborators walking away from the explosion before a lighter is flicked over his car, setting it ablaze. The visual is directed by Kelvin Jones. Meanwhile, the artists perform among members of their crew in a warehouse, outside a high-end residence, and more.
In addition to “Blama,” Steel Banglez has released a number of loose singles over the years, including “Bad” with Yungen, MoStack, Not3s, and Mr Eazi, “Fashion Week” with AJ Tracey and MoStack, “Your Lovin” with MØ and Yxng Bane, and “47” with Sidhu Moose Wala, Mist, and Stefflon Don. While he is well known for his original work, his production credits rival those of your favorite producer, having written hip hop, grime, and drill for the likes of J Hus, Chip, D Double E, Krept & Konan, Burna Boy, Wiley, Dave, Birdman, and Rudimental the list of A-level connections could keep going.
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