Blanco Drops Off New Song “Londis” — Watch

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After the success of his album record, City Of God, Blanco returns with his second song, “Londis.” The Kennington native’s creative fluency and his standing as one of the most innovative rappers in the UK right now are on full display here, with Blanco’s trademark lyrical dexterity and complexity skipping in between spaced-out woozy bass kicks, languid piano keys, and effective strings.

Blanco first gained notoriety as a member of the groundbreaking drill collective Harlem Spartans, where he collaborated with Bis, Active, and MizOrMac on the groundbreaking drill album “Kennington Where It Started,” which was inspired by the sounds of US pioneers Lil Jay, Chief Keef, and Rondo Numba Nine. There have been more than 15 million plays of the song on Spotify and 20 million views of the original music video on YouTube in the past five years.

Blanco is at the vanguard of a cultural change in the rap scene after his debut project, City Of God, became a watershed moment in UK drill by adapting Brazilian Baile Funk instrumentals to his distinctive cadence. The compilation showcased Blanco’s worldwide musicianship and mentality, as well as his natural ability to extend his lines across inventive sounds, and it featured guest appearances from the likes of Central Cee, K-Trap, Loski, and NSG. In the end, City Of God was streamed over 62 million times on Spotify.

Watch the accompanied video for Londis below on HWING.

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