Che Lingo Unveils His Highly Awaited Debut Album 'The Worst Generation'
South-West London's very own Che Lingo has finally delivered his highly awaited debut album titled, 'The Worst Generation'. Clocking in at just under 40 minutes long, this 12-track album has a boast-worthy slew of features from Samm Henshaw, Ghetts, Kojey Radical and Rachel Chinouriri. Known for his over-riding substance, versatility and all-round quality artistry, Che Lingo has handed over exactly that.
Accompanying the release of the album, is a fresh set of visuals 'South', layered over a cinematic backdrop, he flows effortlessly over the beat championing his ends. Speaking on the single, Che Lingo commented; “South is an intro into the relationship I had with South London growing up. My family (albeit separated) did everything they could to ‘protect’ me from what someone like me might face as a young black boy in South London, as well as prepare me for what they couldn’t protect me from.”
“I still got into a good few situations I felt powerless in and ressented myself for not doing more or standing up for myself at the time. There’s so much to fight for internally on a mental level and externally in the world right now, the less R.I.P’s and letters we have to write the better.” he explained. Exploring his limitless sound over a variety of vibrations including Grime, Trap to even an assortment of Jazz-driven backdrops, Che Lingo manages to blur any lines of confined genre-boundaries and form an authentic and captivating listen from start to finish. Filled with pre-released tracks including the "My Block", "South", "Dark Days" alongside Kojey Radical and "Black Ones" featuring the famed Ghetts, Che Lingo has pulled out all the stops! Make sure you listen to 'The Worst Generation' below.