Later this month, Loski will unveils his latest project Censored, which thus far has been led by the singles “P.U.G” and “Rolling Stones.” Last week, he added to that with “Woosh and Push,” his new collaboration with Suspect that sees the artists delivering their usual street-oriented subject matter over production courtesy of M1OnTheBeat:
“Go get the bells we left in the bush, woosh and push, woosh and push, fill up the dings with AG crooks, woosh and push, woosh and push, he got wooshed and he got jook, he turned runtz and he turned kush, hey bro slow down there’s a opp there look, woosh and push, woosh and push...”
Directed by Toxic, the accompanying clip sees the Harlem Spartan and Active Gxng connection outside making moves around the city in Range Rovers, mobbing heavy with their respective crews, and more. Given the heavy presence of masks and effects throughout, the video essentially acts as a pretty seamless connection to Loski’s aforementioned EP title.
Upon its eventual release, Censored will follow 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. Just last month, Loski liberated a short film of the same name, which was released in conjunction with Amazon Music and — as the description reads — runs parallel to the album’s real life subject matter:
“Heartfelt, harrowing and honest, Loski releases the visuals for his short film Music, Trial & Trauma. A coming-of-age story set to highlight the harsh realities of life on the streets of London. Including a special cameo from multi Brit Award winner Emeli Sandé.”
Fans can press play on both Loski and Suspect’s “Woosh and Push” video and the aforementioned short film below. Censored officially makes landfall Oct. 15.