Professor Green ft. Royce Da 5’9? & Kobe - Nightmares

Posted 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
DJ Khalil
Album:
At Your Inconvenience

Didn’t think we’d let Halloween come and go without bringing you some appropriately diabolical tunes, did you? The perfect cut to get you hyped for a night of Trick or Treating, haunted house-visiting and/or hard drinking, Professor Green‘s latest single finds the Booth newcomer doing his best Freddy Kreuger impersonation; over DJ Khalil‘s beat, a blend of eerie piano chords and thumping percussion, the Hackney, London spitter promises potential victims, “In your Nightmares, I’ll be right there.” Royce Da 5’9” runs point, cautioning listeners to “believe nothing that you see” in an excellent-as-usual guest 16. On the record’s latter half, the headliner takes center stage, pairing murderous subject matter with an eccentric delivery reminiscent of a British-accented take on Eminem‘s unhinged 3 AM flow. Rounding out the lineup, singer Kobe contributes a suitably spooky hook, as well as delivering ghostly backing vocals throughout. Has this bloodthirsty banger put you into the proper mood for Halloween revelry? Then keep it locked for further material from the UK up-and-comer leading up to the yet-unscheduled release of his latest LP, At Your Inconvenience.

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