Sam Wise Drops Debut Full Length Project, ‘Sorry You Were Saying’

Essential listen 🔊

November 29th 2019

Kennington rapper Sam Wise has unleashed his cold debut mixtape ‘Sorry You Were Saying’, and it’s an essential listen.

Renowned for party-starting heaters like “Rack Up”, “This Week” and “Lizzie”, Sam Wise takes a move introspective approach on his inaugural full-length, where he heads on a solo, 11-track mission to bring you into his world away from his usual setting alongside House of Pharaohs.

Speaking about the new project to The Face, Sam Wise said the project “touches on real life subjects” which brings out both “the fun side and the fantasy side” of the 22-year-old MC, which fluctuates from downbeat jams to wavey, uptempo heaters.

Sam Wise brings along fellow rising MC’s Blanco, Masterpeace and Miles from Kinshaa along for the ride on the project, which features production from the likes of Honeywood6, Chucks, Clonez and kadiata.

Stream ‘Sorry You Were Saying’ below.

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