Today (Oct. 15), Loski blesses the masses with his new body of work Censored, a ten-track offering that was led by the singles “P.U.G,” “Rolling Stones,” and “Woosh and Push” with Active Gxng’s Suspect. Fellow Harlem Spartans Splash and SD also make appearances on the project.
Just prior to Censored’s arrival, Loski also liberated another visual for the standout cut “Rolling Dice,” a Lobo, Pxcoyo, and Dave Crag-produced number that contains more of the street-oriented subject that Loski’s well-known for:
“Gyal fi arch up and lean to the side, pass the parcel and give it to the guys, gave a boy six like rolling dice, I know it weren’t four, he got more than five, are you riding or telling lies Back the python and burst your slime, call me Thorpe Park, done all them rides, how’s he still here? He got all that bine…”
Directed by Suave, the accompanying clip for “Rolling Dice” begins with Loski in prison. Things quickly move outside, with Loski now on the block with his crew — he can also be seen in front of a dope mural promoting the new EP. All-in-all, it’s a lively clip that those of you reading this from your office might want to wait to enjoy until you get home.
Censored follows last November’s Music, Trial & Trauma: A Drill Story, a 16-track offering that saw a slew of contributions from Mike Skinner, Akala, Aitch, Davido, Stormzy, Fredo, Popcaan, Bandokay, Double Lz, and more. Last month, Loski reached back to that project by releasing a short film of the same name. Given a past tweet, the South London talent is said to be working on Call Me 2 Loose, the sequel to the his 2018 classic Call Me Loose.
Press play on both Censored and the aforementioned video for “Rolling Dice.”