Loski has blessed all his fans with his new mixtape ‘Censored’. The tape contains ten tracks, including various features from rappers such as SD, Gee Splash, and Suspect.
Loski shows love to the US scene with his cover art paying homage to one of Chicago’s favourites G Herbo’s ‘Humble Beast’ album artwork. ‘Censored’ has a more stripped-back vibe to it. Especially compared to Loski’s debut album, ‘Music, Trial & Trauma’, which dropped last November. Since then, he has dropped the singles ‘Rolling Stones’ and ‘P.U.G’. These were the perfect songs to get you excited for the upcoming project, and releasing them worked to a tee.
The South London rapper takes it back to his roots on this project. He reminds everyone why he’s one of the coldest UK artists to touch Drill and gives the listeners an excellent drill-heavy mixtape. On his previous album, Loski had a lot of high-profile collaborations. Whereas on ‘Censored’ we see he has kept his circle tight to add to the overall menacing mood in the music.