Wiley has released a new track and video dedicated to fellow grime rapper P Money.
Titled ‘P Money’, the video has been released through SBTV, the music and youth lifestyle channel, and during it Wiley can be seen rapping in front of the Balfron Tower in Poplar, near where the east London rapper grew up.
The video is also cut with clips of Wiley in the studio, as well as grainy, black and white live footage of him.
At the start he can also be seen in a stairwell talking animatedly about P Money’s work ethic, stating that when the south London rapper “goes in the booth he stays on point”.
Watch ‘P Money’ in full here:
Last month Wiley was honoured with a paving stone outside his old school in east London, in conjunction with the MOBO Awards.
The awards, which took place on November 4, launched a Paving The Way prize, which celebrates pioneers in urban and black-origin music.
Wiley was chosen as the recipient of the first paving stone, with the star choosing to place the plaque at Bow School in Tower Hamlets, where he was taught as a child. He also gave a talk to children at his former school.
This article first featured on nme.com
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