Despite being an original Grime fixture, Ghetts has never crossed into the mainstream to the extent that the likes of Skepta, Wiley, Kano and Dizzee Rascal, mostly due to a ocmplete lack of interest in the genre’s noughties flirtation with chart Pop.  That hasn’t stopped him assembling something of an all-star cast for new album ‘Ghetto Gostpel: The New Testament’; Stefflon Don, President T, Wretch 32, Kojey Radical, Chip and Little Simz, to name just a few, all queue up on his sixth studio album.

It’s a superb collection in spite of its length; Ghetts is as impassioned as ever but his delivery more varied, and also more refined.  In many ways it’s a he re-evaluation of the first ‘Ghetto Gospel’; different in tone, more considered.  Less preachy, more observant.  Stream below via Spotify.

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