Make You Smile
by D-Block Europe (featuring AJ Tracey)

Album: Home Alone 2 (2021)
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  • Here, D-Block Europe's Young Adz and Dirtbike LB team up with AJ Tracey for a love-themed cut. All three rappers pay tribute to the ladies in their life, with Young Adz declaring he'd "walk the mile, and swim across sea to make you smile."
  • Originally just a track on D-Block Europe's Home Alone 2 mixtape, "Make You Smile" climbed up the UK singles chart after it trended on TikTok.
  • This is AJ Tracey's second collaboration with D-Block Europe following his features on the duo's PTSD track "Heart Safe" in September 2019.
  • Production is by:

    French producer Boumidjal. He is a former member of the beatmaking duo Double X.

    French beatmaking duo, Holo Mobb. They are close friends and frequent collaborators with Boumidjal.


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