Last year, Angel kept his fans fed during lockdown with his Quarantine EP, which contained five tracks and additional features from Chaz Marcus, King Grizz, and Slof, the last of whom assisted on the standout “All Over” — a song that keeps it very real about street life and its violent pitfalls:
“If I catch a body, it’s over, that’s like 25 to life, just to prove I can really take your life, then it’s really all over, I see plenty fishes in the sea and there’s money to be made, is it really all over? Ooh, I’ma just trying to figure out a way, I ain’t gotta shoot, niggas wan’ roll up, there might be another man down, all eyes on me, when it’s all over, I’m the one who call a cab and go and pick it up and bring it back before I squeeze it, and it’s all over…”
Yesterday (Oct. 20), Angel decided to bless the masses with a new visual for “All Over,” which begins with some gun range footage before switching to the West London talent in his old stomping grounds, reminding viewers where he comes from. Slof eventually appears to deliver his verse, adding to the emotionally charged vibe within the clip.
Back in 2018, Angel dropped off his sophomore LP Woman, a well-received body of work that boasted 14 cuts with contributions from Haile, Eric Bellinger, Giggs, and Chaz French. A year later, Angel would then reveal his hit single “Blessings,” and — subsequently — an equally dope remix with assists from French Montana and Davido. Currently, the singer is said to be working on an official follow-up titled Nine Lives, which may or may not feature collaborations alongside artists like Brandy and Kehlani. Hopefully, we’ll learn more about said album sooner than later.
In the meantime, you can check out Angel and Slof’s “All Over” video below.