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With the release of his latest EP Red Wine last Friday, we had to revisit the Fekky archives and take a look at some of his most influential bangers that he’s released to date.
Hailing from Lewisham, Fekky is someone who has been putting out quality music since as far back as 2011 with his debut mixtape This One’s On Me. Having opened up for the likes of West Coast heavyweight The Game, and worked with everyone from Shakka, to gritty road rap legends like Blade Brown and C Biz, Fekky’s certainly covered a lot of ground since he first stepped up to the mic.
Take in some of his most classic tunes to date below!
Fekky – “Way Too Much” Feat Skepta
Dropping way back in 2015, Fekky teamed up with BBK head honcho Skepta. The track would serve as the lead single for his debut album El Classico. The track gave us Fekky’s infectious energy by the bucketload, and Skepta’s crystal clear delivery cuts through the instrumental beautifully. The collaboration is exactly what you’d hope for from the pair, and set the tone perfectly for Fekky’s major label debut.
Fekky – “Still Sittin’ Here” ft. Meridian Dan x Tempa T x Skepta x Jammer x D Double E x JME x Chip x Frisco x Tinchy Stryder
Fekky assembled an all star cast with this remix of a Dizzee Rascal classic. Splurgeboys provided an excellent reworking of “Sittin Here”, the opening track from Dizzee’s game changing debut album Boy In Da Corner. We’ll leave it to you guys to decide who had the best verse.
Fekky – “Ring Ring Trap (Remix)” Feat Blade Brown, Fem Fel, Youngs Teflon & C-Biz
Fekky seemed to have knack for getting great artists together on wax. “Ring Ring Trap” was one of the first songs that started picking up for Fekky during the early days of being an MC, so it was only right that he gave it the all star treatment with a remix, and a coveted GRM Premiere.
Mist – “Display Skills” Feat Fekky & Mr Eazi
A bit of a left field addition to the list, is a feature verse from Fekky. The track, “Display Skills”, is a deep cut from Mist’s debut project Diamond in The Dirt which dropped back in 2018. The slick Steel Banglez production is the perfect backdrop for the trio to flex their lyrical muscles on. Fekky in particular shines on this one, as he arguably has some of the most quotable lines on this vibey banger.
Fekky – “My Size” Feat Shakka
The second single from the legendary El Classico shows just how versatile Fekky could be. Teaming up with one of the sickest vocalists in the county, Shakka, Fekky lays down some bars as he attempts to woo the woman in question.
Fekky – “No Apologies” Feat Nafe Smallz
Whether it’s the more traditional vocalists like Shakka, or one of the pioneers of the Trap Wave sound like Nafe Smallz, Fekky is comfortable working with both artists. “No Apologies” sees Fekky show that he’s capable of hoping on Nafe’s wave, while giving it his signature stamp.
Fekky – “Gossip”
Fekky and Giggler team up on this cold banger entitled “Gossip”. Although the track was on Fekky’s major label debut, it was of course also the opening track on the BrOTHERHOOD OST. Giggs and Fekky both trade their distinctive flows on this epic collaboration. It’s clear that whoever Fekky works with, his trademark adlibs, flow and delivery will always shine through.
Be sure to buy and stream Fekky’s latest offering, Red Wine, right here.
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