After distancing himself from drill collective Harlem Spartans back in 2016, South London rapper Loski has quickly made a name for himself as drill’s standout solo superstar.
Loski dropped his debut mixtape ‘Call Me Loose’ back in April; with club bangers like “Cool Kid” and “Forrest Gump”, as well as hard drill tracks like the aptly named “Drill” and “Money and Beef”, Loski has proved that he has the potential to become the UK’s first commercially successful solo drill rapper.
In the past month Loski has dropped another two massive club worthy tracks, teaming up with Asco on “Cheque” and Steel Bangelz for “Hot Steppa”. Tracks like these are the reason Loski is managing to jump leaps and bounds ahead of his contemporaries in the fight for streams and radio play.
Loski sticks to what he knows best with his unique, genre defining flow – that many say influenced Drake’s Link Up TV appearance – whilst also being confident enough to experiment with trap and Afro beats that appeal to a wider audience.