M1llionz connects with Mwoo, Tugz, and SkengTrapMob for “Experience”
The collaboration sees production from ProdByWalkz.
When it comes to the UK drill scene, M1llionz is definitely one of the hottest currently out. Since late last year, he’s already dropped off viral hits like “North West” (an ode to his Birmingham stomping grounds), “Y PREE,” “LAGGA,” and “B1llionz,” the last of which earned the rising star a top 40 placement on the UK Singles chart.
For his latest, he connects with Mwoo, Tygz, and SkengTrapMob for the hard-hitting cut “Experience,” which sees production from ProdByWalkz and sees the collaborators trading verses about life on the streets:
“016 I got bagged in Oxford, came back I made Ps in the endz, I heard dem yutes got a problem, that’s the same reason I got 16 on my skeng/
When I heard little cuzzy did beat of his head, there’s no way he’s beating an M, About 5 man tryna put Ps to a tenner, if the cop sings just leave it ya dead…/”
In accompanying visual comes courtesy of his own team’s Ten Percent Films and shows the M1llionz in a massive residence, both solo in one room and partying with his cohorts and some eye candy in another. It’s essentially the type of mansion party one would have FOMO over — especially given the fact that much of the western world has once again shut down due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to his own popular cuts, M1llionz also recently teamed up with London’s Dutchavelli for the track “Cool With Me,” which landed on Dutch’s debut release Dutch from the 5th. M1llionz also joined Teeway on “Big Rick,” and provided an assist alongside Unknown T, Aitch, and JB Scofield on Tana’s “Ride & Clutch, Pt. 2.”
Press play on M1llionz’s video for “Experience,” along with a behind the scenes clip that gives viewers a closer look into its production, below.
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