UK firebrand Slowthai has emerged in a big way over the last year, with his music and its accompanying visuals often a bold display of anti-establishment angst.

With vandalism and exhibitionist tendencies a clear mark of "Ladies", which dropped in May, the Northampton rapper takes it up another notch on "Drug Dealer"—loosely tracking the journey from school expulsion to the title occupation, with characteristic wit, expletives and a punchy flow.

Produced by Kwes Darko and JD. Reid, with The Rest on visual duties, get into "Drug Dealer" at the top.