Swindle ft. Loyle Carner, Kojey Radical & JNR Williams: LOST

A very welcome return from Swindle, with the release of the first single from his upcoming project. LOST features some ludicrously infectious production from the man himself, as well as stellar contributions from Loyle Carner, Kojey Radical and JNR Williams. The latter provides a healthy dose of soul on the hook, while Kojey and Loyle go back to back with the bars. It’s a nice switch up in flow for Carner, something I’ve been hankering from him for a while. Keen to hear what the rest of the album(?) has in store.

Ezra Collective ft. Loyle Carner: What Am I To Do?

Another stunning track from Ezra Collective, as they unveil What Am I To Do? Following on from their triumphant collaboration with Jorja Smith last year, this time round the jazz collective have enlisted the talents of UK hip hop star, Loyle Carner. The result is a laid-back head nod inducing number, which further stokes the anticipation for their new album. You Can’t Steal My Joy is released on 26 April.

Loyle Carner ft. Rebel Kleff: NO CD

Despite being a fan of Loyle Carner for a minute, I think this is probably the first music of his I’ve posted. NO CD is produced by Loyle’s long time friend and collaborator Rebel Kleff, who also drops a nice little verse on the track too. It’s available to buy now from all the usual spots and watch out for Loyle hitting your city in his new tour in October.