Central Cee delivers "Daily Duppy" freestyle
The West London star drops off an end-of-the-year gift for his fans to enjoy.
After some teasing, this past holiday weekend saw Central Cee stepping to the microphone for GRM Daily’s “Daily Duppy” series, which has quickly become one of the best this year thanks to some seriously boastful (and oft-humorous) bars over production from Cash Cobain and Young Chencs:
“Ten-point lead, my team got the scoreboard, Cench, he a warlord, only want more gore, I don’t know many that done it like man, MDMA, same colour as man, bare blue ticks in my DM requests, got bare bad Bs that I ain’t holler back, I fucked famous tings that I’ve wanked over, huh, I bust that nut into existence, if I get a feeling that you’re fugazi, I’m trustin’ my gut and my instinct, true colours show when they see a man blow, they switch, what the fuck was I thinkin’?”
Earlier this year, Central Cee made some massive waves via his debut mixtape Wild West, which saw 14 hard-hitting cuts from the drill frontrunner. The project proved to be both a critical and commercial success, peaking at the number two spot on the UK Albums chart thanks to about 15,000 first-week album equivalent units sold. Since then, he’s continued to liberate well-charting singles like “The Great Escape” with Blanco, “Meant to Be” with Stay Flee Get Lizzy and Fredo, “Little Bit of This,” and the PinkPantheress-sampled “Obsessed With You.”
“Yeah, I got a new tape coming, 23. I just turned 23. My last tape come out in March already, my first mixtape Wild West, you can check that in the meantime.”
Until that officially makes landfall early next year, fans can press play on Central Cee‘s “Daily Duppy” shutdown below.
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