RAY BLK Runs ‘Durt’ On Us

Anyone who knows good music will know about RAY BLK, and if you don’t, we suggest you get to listening. She gave an honest account of her home town in ‘My Hood’ with Stormzy, told the mandem to fix up with ’50/50′ then let them know what’s good with ‘Chill Out’ – and today she’s dropped her brand new mini album ‘Durt’.

With her powerful R&B vocals, the South East London queen (who has been nominated alongside Kojey Radical for best newcomer for the upcoming MOBO awards) proves that you don’t necessarily need a label to make good music, or apparently to make moves either. Earlier this month, the 23 year old was the 4th ever unsigned artitst to perform on Later with Jools Holland – raw and unapolagetic in her bandana and trainers.

For those of you who find her music strangely relatable in all its unfiltered honesty, the new mini album won’t let you down. “A lot of growing up happened in the year it took me to make this mini album. These songs are bout me becoming an adult and being frank about the experiences that brought me here”.

‘Durt’ which features a collaboration with Wretch 32 and production by SG Lewis is available to purchase on iTunes now and Spotify. Thank us later.