Ghetts Pens A Brutally Honest Song About "Double Standards" With Sampha
Ghetts is an artist we have not updated you in the past couple of years. He has had a lot of exciting things going on around him and we are excited to share it with you. 2024 is looking to be a big year for the London rapper who has been in the game for over a decade. The last project we covered of his was 2021's Conflict Of Interest. That was also the last time Ghetts put out an LP.
Fast forward to today and we are now just two weeks away from On Purpose, With Purpose. According to Trench, Ghetts will have 18 tracks with guest appearances from Kano, Wretch 32, Pip Millett, Tiggs Da Author, Dexta Daps, Harry Aye, and more. He has already released three singles so far. Those are "Laps" with Moonchild Sanelly, "Twin Sisters" featuring Skrapz, and "Tumbi."
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Listen To "Double Standards" By Ghetts & Sampha
He is back to presumably give fans one more taster before we get the full tape on February 23. "Double Standards" brings along Sampha, one of the most talented R&B voices period. He is coming off a great solo album release of his own, Lahai. "Double Standards" sees Ghetts painfully rap about the cold hard truths about race and how the social climate is so messed up. It is not the easiest listen, but definitely one worth your time.
What are your thoughts on this brand-new single, "Double Standards," by Ghetts and Sampha? Is this his strongest single lately, why or why not? Do these two need to collaborate more often down the road? Do you think this is the start of an album rollout? We would like to hear what you have to say about all of this. With that in mind, be sure to leave all of your hottest takes in the comments section below. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Ghetts and Sampha. Finally, stay with us for the most informative song posts throughout the week.
I was on the phone with a pal of mine
They ask me why they helping Ukraine and not Palestine
And I rеplied "brown skin", we werе so whitewashed
Laughin' at names we had problems pronouncin'
Kwame said his name was Jerome
And he's from the Caribbean just so people would leave him alone
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