18-year-old artist Psychs has just dropped off an aptly-timed banger titled “Spreadin’ (Coronavirus)”, where the rising rapper takes aim at the government while reeling off advisory bars on the epidemic over a cold drill beat.
Produced by Kaizbeats, the track uses a sample taken from Kanye West’s “Wolves” lays it under a hard-hitting, 808-driven instrumental for Psychs to go in over.
After already blowing up on Twitter, “Spreadin’ (Coronavirus)” is aptly due to go viral. Getting creative with the wordplay in bars on the Premier League and NBA’s suspension due to the outbreak, Psychs also raps, “Wash your hands / Don’t touch me please, please don’t hug me please don’t spud me, please don’t touch me we are not G’s / and even if we were we can make a handshake using our feet”.
Tune into the Wale-produced visuals above, and in other UK rap news, watch K-Trap link up with Nafe Smallz in the visuals for their cold new collab track “Off-White”.