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Godfather is the eleventh studio album by English grime MC Wiley. It was released on 13 January 2017 through CTA Records, a record label venture between Wiley and Logan Sama and is distributed by Warner Music Group. It succeeds the album Snakes & Ladders, originally announced as Wiley's final album. The album features guest appearances from numerous MCs, including Skepta, Devlin, Jme, Ghetts, Chip, P Money, Lethal Bizzle, among others. Production derives from Wiley himself, Preditah, Swifta Beater, Rude Kid, Darq E Freaker and Teeza. It was originally slated to be Wiley's last solo album to be released until he announced on 3 November 2017 the release of a new album called Godfather II on 27 April 2018.
The album was supported by four singles: "Can't Go Wrong", "Bring Them All / Holy Grime" featuring Devlin, "U Were Always, Pt. 2" featuring Skepta and Belly, and "Speakerbox".
The album received critical acclaim from critics, while peaking at number 9 on the UK Albums Chart. It became Wiley's highest-charting album of his career after succeeding the peak of The Ascent.
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Integrity> is the third album by grime MC Jme, It was released on 4 May 2015 independently on Boy Better Know. Throughout the years leading up to the album, Jme released numerous singles such as "96 Fuckries" and "Work" that were included on the track list of Integrity>. "Calm" was originally credited as Tommy Kruise featuring Jme, and appeared on his October 2014 EP entitled Fête Foreign. The album was commercially successful, entering the UK Albums Chart at number 12. It is one of the 19 records nominated for the IMPALA Album of the Year Award 2015.
The album features guest appearances from fellow Boy Better Know MCs Skepta, Frisco, Shorty, Jammer and British rappers Giggs, Wiley, D Double E and Big Narstie. Production varies from Jme, Preditah, Swifta Beater, Deeco and Rude Kid, among others. On 8 January 2016, the instrumentals for the entire album were released on limited edition clear vinyl.
The first single "96 Fuckries" narrowly missed on the Top 40, entering at number 41, becoming Jme's highest-charting solo single.
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Ignorance Is Bliss is the fifth studio album by British grime artist Skepta. It was released on 31 May 2019 through Boy Better Know, and is the follow-up to his 2016 album Konnichiwa.
Konnichiwa is the fourth studio album by British grime artist Skepta. The title is the greeting "hello" in the Japanese language. After numerous delays, it was released on 6 May 2016 by Boy Better Know. The album was launched with a party in Tokyo on 5 May 2016 arranged and broadcast globally by live streaming platform Boiler Room, featuring Skepta performing the whole album live with supporting performances from Japanese artists Kohh, Dutch Montana, Loota, and DJ Riki.
The album was supported by four singles, including the top 40 entries "That's Not Me", "Shutdown" and "Man". Konnichiwa features guest appearances from Jme, Boy Better Know, D Double E, Novelist, Wiley, Chip, Pharrell Williams, ASAP Nast Young Lord. The album has peaked at number 2 on the UK Albums Chart. The album has also charted in Australia, Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland and United States.
Konnichiwa received acclaim from critics, who praised its role and success in the resurgence of grime music and its cultural identity.
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