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Skepta is teasing his upcoming album with new track ‘Bullet From A Gun’

There's a second new track coming this evening, too.
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Published: 3:14 pm, May 09, 2019
Skepta is teasing his upcoming album with new track ‘Bullet From A Gun’

Skepta is teasing his much-anticipated upcoming album with a new track.

‘Bullet From A Gun’ is a cut from ‘Ignorance is Bliss’, which is set to arrive on 31st May via his own Boy Better Know label.

The first preview of the record, it’s the first of two tracks from the album that Skepta will release today to showcase two different sides of the album, with the second arriving at 7.30pm.

“The internet is making everything and everyone politically correct but that takes away the artistry,” he says. “Ignorance Is Bliss deals with the yin yang of Life. True Skepta, saying it exactly how it is.”

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