Che Lingo will release his long awaited debut album 'The Worst Generation' on October 23rd.
The South London rapper is moving in his own lane, with those initial releases fusing grime with UK hip-hop, and other underground styles.
Literate, passionate, and unafraid to tackle taboo subjects, his debut album 'The Worst Generation' is set to land next month via Idris Elba's own label.
It comes as his song 'My Block' became an anthem for the Black Lives Matter movement in this country, and this new release is incredibly timely.
12 tracks featuring a handful of guests - Ghetts on recent single 'Black Ones', while Kojey Radical, Samm Henshaw, and Rachel Chinouriri all appear - it's a tour de force from the South London talent.
'The Worst Generation' will be released on October 23rd.
2. My Block
3. Make Me Free
4. Black Ones ft. Ghetts
5. Bobbing For Apples
7. Screw Face
8. A Bit Insecure
9. Dark Days ft. Kojey Radical
10. Love Drugs
11. Perfect Wounds ft. Rachel Chinouriri
12. The Worst Generation ft. Samm Henshaw
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