There are few artists of Loski’s generation that compare in popularity and infamy.
With his trademark flow and unapologetic street life infused visuals ‘Rolling
Stones’ adds to this young artist’s growing body of work.
What Loski achieved with his debut album ‘Music, Trial and Trauma: A Drill Story’
in 2020 was a biographical manifesto that stood as a foundation to build black
youth up from. A far cry from the police censoring justice system that sought to
slow the new wave of UK Drill. The album displayed a multitude of thought-
provoking stories and a diverse range of tracks for any taste. Currently
nominated for ‘Best Album’ at the upcoming GRM Rated Awards
With ‘Rolling Stones’ Loski is doubling down on the Drill sound he has
championed for much of his career, following the release of P.U.G. a month ago
which already has over a million views on YouTube.
It would be easy to write him off now as returning to what’s popular at present
but we feel that Loski is certainly going to shake up the ecosystem once again