ArrDee has collaborated with Kyla on a summery new track called ‘Hi Mate
The tune is ArrDee’s most memorable single delivery since his acclaimed debut mixtape ‘Wharf Pressure’, the most elevated selling debut collection for a British independent craftsman to date in 2022. The track has been prodded on his socials and highlighted during late exhibitions at Glastonbury and Wireless celebration.
The track bases on the chorale from Kyla’s 2008 single ‘Would You Care’, who likewise includes in the tune’s video.
The video (which is set in Ibiza) sees ArrDee wandering around an adoration interest by day and celebrating around evening time. It was coordinated by Alfie Cauty
“Clearly, I’m here to attempt to fabricate a, dislike here today, gone tomorrow,” he said. “I need my name to live on numerous years while I’m here and numerous years while I’m gone. So Glastonbury is most certainly one of those sets, or those celebrations, that, ‘Yo! At the point when he done this at Glastonbury!’ [those minutes live on].”
The 20-year-old additionally examined addressing his old neighborhood at occasions like Glastonbury. “There are so many cold – not really rappers from Brighton – only artists, overall,” he said. “Brighton is quite possibly of the most melodic town that I’ve at any point seen – and I’ve been to a couple of towns in the UK now. I’ve been about, and it has so many music associations and noble cause and little gatherings and networks that connection up and have distraught, frantic ability down Reviewing his show at the Great Escape recently, NME expressed: “The anthemic tune of the Destiny’s Child and Sweet Female Attitude-inspecting ‘Blossoms (Say My Name)’ shuts the show on a note of sublime butchery, as ArrDee remains at the lip of the stage, bouncing on the spot and stirring himself up to jump into the moshpit ejecting before him.
“He out of nowhere dispatches himself high up, leaving Brighton’s generally dearest – and turbulent – child suspended over an ocean of blazing telephones and energized, glad grins.”