Big Narstie has just unveiled his new single 'BDL Anthem'.
The grime rapper has become a household of late, loaning a triumphant guest verse to Craig David's astounding UKG banger 'When The Bassline Drops'.
The verse contained a reference to 'BDL' - the Bass Defence League, a force of good in the world, chaired by Big Narstie.
New single 'BDL Anthem' expands on this, opening with the line: "Have you got what it takes to be BDL? Do you look after your family?"
Big Narstie explains: "A lot of people always ask me 'what's BDL? Is it just a music gimmick?' It’s not. BDL is a movement, and this song is the mandate. It’s broken down a lot of social barriers. From ghetto kids to middle class, white university kids. It’s a society of people with the same thoughts and morals of life. It’s a bridging of gaps between identities within England. Even on the Craig David song, my message hadn't changed. BDL is the voice of the people."
Check out 'BDL Anthem' below.
'BDL Anthem' is out now.