KO drops hard-hitting new mixtape “Fine Line”

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KO – Fine Line is the highly anticipated mixtape from the Homerton driller.KO - Fine Line

After the 22-year-old rapper delivered his first taster at the beginning of November, we’ve all been waiting for the tape.

Last night, KO released new visuals for his single ‘Money On My Head,’ which show his penmanship while he talks about issues ranging from the streets to music and how he’s attempting to ‘track his paper,’ rapping without limitations.

Mad Brothers Productions, a group of unorthodox visionary professionals, directed the video. In this frigid approach, the classic black and white edit throughout the film captivates the audience.

With only a white backdrop and a sparse set, the focus is entirely on KO and his motions, which are perfectly timed to the creepy drill accompaniment.

KO – Fine Line [Download/Stream]

The East London rapper is well known for being a member of the UK drill team “98s.” The group was formed by combining two associated postcodes, E9 and E8, and has subsequently established itself in the British rap industry. The rapper is now pursuing a solo career with great success.

In 2017, KO rose to prominence after releasing his outstanding freestyle “Mad About Bars,” which has over 7 million views.

Years later, the East Londoner has a string of successful singles under his belt, including “9er Ting” with fellow rapper Unknown T, which has nearly 8 million views on YouTube alone.

Along with “Never Know,” “Still,” and “Any,” which have all surpassed one million streams.

The album includes 13 songs, as well as three previously unreleased songs: “Fine Line (Intro),” “Do It For,” and “Money On My Head.” With the release of ten fresh new songs, including collaborations with fellow drillers Billy Billions, Unknown T, and DA.

Since his first mixtape “TSM,” the rapper has released three albums.

The lyrical cues in “Fine Line (Intro)” set the tone for what was to come from the tape, with hot issues of the interconnected road life and the music hustling.

The project is filled with tunes that emphasize his ability on the mic, including “Tied Up” featuring fellow 98’s member Unknown T., who is noted for his strong flow and cunning double entendres.

Over a dramatic drill instrumental, the two Homerton’s finest spit cruddy bars repping for their East London postcode.

KO consistently demonstrates his ability to rap over a basic drill beat, while also demonstrating his flexibility on tracks like “Disguise,” the tape’s 12th track, which also includes the final feature from female artist Morgan.

Unlike KO’s customary style, this is only the drillers’ second appearance of a singer on a track; the first can be found on his second project “Hold You Down,” which also features Toaozay.

The album’s final tune, “Life Of Mine,” speaks for itself, with KO informing his followers “of this life of mine,” which he sings over and over in the chorus.

KO – Money On My Head

The melody is complemented by a piano and drums, and the track follows a less energetic tempo than typical that fits the tail.

This project is not to be missed, as it is filled from the start with a variety of heavy-hitting bars and gritty sounds.

Tracklist – Fine Line

– Fine Line (Intro)

– Better Days

– Money On My Head

– We Ain’t Just

– Without It ft. Billy Billions

– It Is What It Is

– No Talking

– Tied Up ft. Unknown T

– Red Blazer

– Make It Happen

– Do It For ft. DA

– Disguise ft. Morgan

– Life Of Mine

 

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