Is it finally here?
Stormzy‘s fans are speculating that his second album could finally be on the way, after a series of mysterious projections were spotted across London.
Only weeks after the London rapper confirmed that he’s almost finished work on the follow up to 2017’s ‘Gang Signs and Prayer‘, the projection appeared on the front of Shoreditch High Street Overground Station and St Paul’s Cathedral last night (November 18).
Bearing the initials ‘H.I.T.H’, fans are suggesting that it could be a potential album title – with one arguing that it’s the lyric “Heavy Is The Head” from his recent hit single ‘Crown’.
The same initials also featured at the end of his recent release ‘Wiley Flow’.
Others have suggested that it could be “Home In The Hood”. Stormzy himself is yet to comment, but NME has contacted his representatives for comment.
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Speaking at a show in Thorpe Park earlier this month (November 7), the grime star told the crowd: “[At] literally 6am in the morning, I literally finished the final vocal for my [new] album.”
While the second album is yet to emerge, he’s released a slew of new tracks including ‘Sounds of the Skeng’, the aforementioned ‘Crown’ and ‘Vossi Bop’ which gave him his first ever UK Number One single, while also clocking up the biggest week of streams ever for a rapper.