British rap sensation Headie One has released his new single ‘Pound Signs’, a stand-alone track returning Headie to the purity of his Drill roots.
Produced by Likkle Dots and Es, the fiery track sees Headie reckon with the various ways in which money can be used to advance personal relationships but ultimately how it can be the root of all evil. An excerpt from a vintage interview with reggae icon and Pan-African visionary Bob Marley opens the track elaborating on how financial wealth and mobility does not equate to true riches or personal fulfilment.
‘Pound Signs’ comes after the phenomenal breakout success of ‘Edna’ and ‘Edna (Deluxe)’. Upon its initial release in October, the album debuted at No.1 on the UK Albums Chart making history as the first drill album to achieve such a milestone!
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