London rapper Oscar #worldpeace has been keeping consistent, releasing impressive tracks and sharp videos that show his attention to detail is high. "Alright," was a standout, with Oscar flexing his bars over a crazy Ragz Originale beat, and now he's back with more heat.
"'Tate Modern' is based off conversations I've had with friends about the women in our lives," Oscar explains. "Listening to them made it easy for me to get the song written, especially the first verse where I used the word 'murder' a lot. Its something we use in our everyday lives like "she murdered that outfit."
Oscar #worldpeace does it all—he produced the bass-heavy beat on "Tate Modern" himself, and the track drops not long after after we announced that he's performing at our next No Ceilings London, on October 4 at Camden Assembly.
"Performing in London is beautiful for me personally because it's where I've met all my friends and grown up," Oscar tells us. "Seeing old faces come out to see me play gives me that extra adrenaline. It's probably how the England team feels playing at Wembley or Leicester playing at the King Power Stadium."
Listen to "Tate Modern" below, and find tickets and more info about No Ceilings London here.