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UK Rap Artist Giggs Releases Third Album

UK Rap Artist Giggs Releases Third Album

Peckham, England's own Giggs has long been established as the UK's country's most credible and uncompromising rap artist. Two albums – 'Walk In Da Park' and his 2011 XL Recordings debut 'Let Em Ave It' – tore up the streets alongside a series of mixtapes and huge crossover singles including 'Don't Go There' (featuring B.O.B), ‘Slow Songs (featuring Mike Skinner’), 'Look What The Cat Dragged In', 'Hustle On' and, of course, the infamous street anthem 'Talkin Da Hardest'. 

Now Giggs has returned to set the bar even higher with new album When Will It Stop? Out digitally via XL Recordings  the album features brand new single ‘(Is It Gangsta?) Yes Yes Yes’, which sees Giggs teaming up with producer Mark Ronson on potentially his biggest track yet.

Check out the video for '(Is It Gangsta?) Yes Yes Yes' HERE.

You can also hear an exclusive interview with Giggs from Tim Westwood’s BBC 1Xtra show here (from 1hr 30m)

When Will It Stop? track-list: 

1. Intro
2. Gargoyles
3. Tick Tock
4. Play It Loud (featuring Ed Sheeran)
5. Best Pussy
6. (Is It Gangsta?) Yes Yes Yes
7. Breathe
8. Coming For Me
9. Bring Him Down
10. Eaaaaazy
11. Mr. Kool (featuring Anthony Hamilton)
12. What It Gets Like (featuring Styles P)
13. Outro 

Giggs - When Will It Stop? available digitally via XL Recordings 


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