Krept and Konan to Drop Mixtapes ‘7 Days’ and ‘7 Nights’ Featuring Tory Lanez, Skepta and More
Krept and Konan season is now just around the corner. This Friday (Sept. 29), the London-based rap duo will unleash two new singles from their forthcoming mixtapes, 7 Days and 7 Nights, both due to be released on Oct. 20.
The first two singles are called "Wo Wo Wo" (7 Days) and "For Me" (7 Nights). The two mixtapes will be the pioneering rap tandem's first body of work since their 2015 album, The Long Way Home. It will also serve to showcase both sides of the UK stalwarts.
On one hand, there's 7 Days, which will feature the grittier, "harder-edged," club-oriented sound the two rappers have cultivated over the years. That project will include features from the likes of J Hus, Skepta, Stormzy and Abra Cadabra. On the other hand, there's 7 Nights, which will see Krept and Konan get into their more R&B-leaning side and include features from Jhene Aiko, Hudson East and Tory Lanez.
If this sounds like a fans dream come true, it's because it is. Both rappers know who helped put them in their position to succeed.
“We knew we wanted to create something special that served our fans who discovered us from Tsunami to Redrum to Young Kingz to The Long Way Home," they explain. "We wanted to make music that covered the full spectrum of our sound. We knew we wanted the bangers and the jams, and we ended up with enough tracks that we could put out two mixtapes with different vibes.”
Krept and Konan 7 Days Tracklist
1. "Champions League"
2. "Told You"
3. "Wo Wo Wo"
4. "One My Life" Feat. Skepta
5. "Robbery (Remix)" Feat. Abra Cadabra
6. "Khalas" Feat. R.A
8. "Cold Summer (Krept Freestyle)"
9. "Ask Flipz Feat. Stormzy
10."Last Night In LA (Konan Freestyle)"
11."Get A Stack" Feat. J Hus
Krept and Konan's 7 Nights Tracklist
1. "Don’t Lie"
2. "For Me"
3. "Ride For You Feat. Hudson East
4. "Wrongs" Feat. Jhené Aiko
5. "Save Some" Feat. Hudson East
6. "So Lit"
7. "Same Shit Feat. Tory Lanez
8. "One More Time"
11. "Take Time" Feat. Hudson East
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