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At this point, we’re convinced that South London driller Loski lives in the studio.

For the past few months, the 21-year-old rapper has been busy feeding the streets with heaters such as “Rolling Stones” and “P.U.G.”, and now he’s back with another banger in “Woosh & Push”. 

Produced by M1OnTheBeat, “Woosh & Push” sees Loski team up with Active Gxng’s Suspect for a lyrical sparring session—a pairing that was meant to be. Offering up the first verse to Suspect, the bally-clad rhymer drops vicious street anecdotes over the violin-led drill beat, before Loski comes through and delivers his usual dose of charismatic vigour. 

Once again linking up with director Toxic, the visuals invite the viewer to explore Loski and Suspect’s block as they ride round the ends in a blacked-out Range Rover with the squad. 

As the first birthday of Loski’s debut album, Music, Trial & Trauma: A Drill Storyapproaches, we turn our attention to Loski’s upcoming EP, Censored. Marked for an October 15 release, the set will no doubt retain the high-quality craftsmanship of Loski’s previous work. 

While we wait for Censored to land, press play on the visuals for “Woosh & Push” above and be sure to add the song to your playlists.