Premiere: CB Links Up With J Hus For Menacing Drill Cut “Hollows”

Taken from CB’s new mixtape, ‘A Drillers Perspective 2.7’.

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Last summer, UK driller CB returned to the game with renewed vigour and a sequel to his 2018-released mixtape, A Driller’s Perspective.

That 17-tracker, which featured Squeeks, M24, Kenny Allstar and more, landed right on target and now he’s back with news of another tape—and it’s dropping tomorrow. We got the first taste of A Driller’s Perspective 2.7 back in October with “Risk My Freedom” and now we have a second taste, “Hollows”, which sees Cracky Blacks reunite with J Hus after the pair connected on Beautiful And Brutal Yard extract “Cream”.

Bkay—who produced several tracks on A Driller’s Perspective Part 2—is on production duties once more and he’s given the pair an ice-cold, pitch-black drill with a haunting melody for added chill.

Drill at its darkest and grittiest, it’s a worthy successor to the Kwengface collab “Machines”, which was the centrepiece of the last tape. It also gives us a taste of the kind of high profile collabs we can expect, which are said to include Krept & Konan, PR SAD and C1NNA.

Speaking on the news, CB told Complex over email: “I feel like my thing’s authentic. I believe that when I’m rapping, you don’t necessarily need to know me, but you can unmistakably sense the ‘truth’ in what I’m saying.”

Peep the visuals exclusively above to see the two rhymers tell their stories from a dingy stairwell, and be sure to check out A Driller’s Perspective 2.7 when it hits DSPs tomorrow.

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