Louis Culture Shares The Final Teaser "Britannia" Featuring Master Peace From His Forthcoming EP
Following the release of his recent, thrilling tracks Being Me and Part 2, South West London's Louis Culture drops a signature final offering, Britannia, featuring another of the finest breakthrough artists in the city in Master Peace. Set to feature on his forthcoming EP titled Smile Soundsystem that is being released on May 29th, Britannia starts as a stark piano key builds to a punchy, insouciantly futuristic instrumental that bangs as much as it cranes your neck in – a fitting bed for the verbal prowess of Louis to finesse and for Master Peace to preach survival in the city. With a rare sung chorus from Peace, Louis continues to innovate and intrigue, coming through as that rare mix of a product of his estate in Battersea with too much talent to be pigeonholed into anything but his own trajectory and lane. Bringing natural comparisons to the likes of Kwes, Slowthai, Jeshi and Dean Blunt as precocious new generational voices unwilling to be constrained by the tags of ‘rap’ or hip hop’. A defiantly hopeful ode to his city, Louis Culture’s blend of futurism in style and emotional connect continue to define him as a unique and thrilling new voice in the London landscape for 2020. Listen to Britannia below.