RAY BLK knows where's she's at - and she also knows where she's from.
South London born and raised, the rapper has always retained an unrelenting love for her roots.
New cut 'Hood' makes this explicit - it's a love letter to South London, a fierce evocation of a unique area in the capital.
The production comes from Courage, while guest lyrics come from grime's man-of-the-moment (and current Clash cover star) Stormzy.
RAY BLK explains: "This track is an ode to where I’m from, It's a bittersweet song about home. South East is one of the roughest places in London but it rears the strongest people because of that and that's what makes us special."
Tune in now.
Catch RAY BLK supporting Katy B at Brixton Academy on May 14th.