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Stormzy returns with new single 'Vossi Bop'

The award-winning artist releases new music ahead of Glastonbury performance

  • Isaac Pound
  • 26 April 2019
Stormzy returns with new single 'Vossi Bop'

Stormzy has returned with new track 'Vossi Bop'.

The song was revealed early this morning (April 26) and is the musician’s first release since 2017.

The name of the song, produced by Chris Andoh, comes from the viral dance move made famous by NL Vossi back in 2015.

Directed by Henry Scholfield, the music video tours some of the most iconic locations from across London like the Bank of England and Westminster Bridge, where the track begins. Stormzy also pulled in Idris Elba for a cameo appearance.

The 'Gang Signs & Prayer' artist will headline Glastonbury this year, before returning to Ibiza Rocks for his sold-out #Merky Festival.

Last year Stormzy launched The Stormzy Scholarship which funds two black students at Cambridge University every year. He's also released his own book and launched an initiative which looks for the best young authors.

Watch the video for 'Vossi Bop' below.

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