With his first release of the year 'The N.E.O.M.S.' going down a storm, acclaimed UK rapper, Mikill Pane, is back for the second round, flexing his lyrical weight with his brand new single 'Mike’s Back', the latest instalment for his anticipated second album 'The Night Elm on Mare Street'.
The murky, rebounding bassline and 80’s inspired synths that sound like they came straight from a videogame serve as the main elements for Mikill’s newest drop, the perfect playground to craft raw and edgy verses which don’t fall short of standout, inventive wordplay and menacing flow.
Photography by. Felix Cooper
One to captivate with forward thinking visuals, it comes as no surprise that Mikill’s latest offering comes with larger than life visuals, as our protagonist takes to all the different types of terrain, crossing both land and sea. Having been berated by comedian and national treasure Romesh Ranganathan, he channels his inner orienteer and braves the elements to re-join his pal by the end.
A stalwart in UK rap, Mikill Pane delivers with every new release and ups the levels each time. To no surprise, his art has garnered fans across the board, from Ed Sheeran to P Money. With the promise of more heaters on the way and a full body of work to come, get ready to hear a lot more from one of London’s highly regarded senior figures
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