It's finally here.
Stormzy has announced that he’ll release his second album ‘Heavy Is The Head’ next month.
The record is set for release on 13th December and sees him teaming up with the likes of Headie One, Ed Sheeran and H.E.R across sixteen tracks.
The record’s title is also a lyric taken from ‘Crown’, while the artwork sees him looking wistfully at the Banksy-designed bulletproof vest he wore during his Glastonbury 2019 headline set.
It comes after the album’s title appeared on the front of Shoreditch High Street Overground Station and St Paul’s Cathedral last night (November 18).
The same initials also featured at the end of the video for recent release ‘Wiley Flow’.
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Speaking at a show in Thorpe Park earlier this month (November 7), the grime star told the crowd: “[At] literally 6am in the morning, I literally finished the final vocal for my [new] album.”
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