Shine Girl
by MoStack (featuring Stormzy)

Album: Stacko (2019)
Charted: 13

Songfacts®:

  • This collaboration between Mostack and Stormzy finds the two rappers talking about how much they love their women.

    I love the way you shine, girl (Shine, girl)
    Rose gold bezel on your wrist, what's the time, girl?


    Mostack wrote on his Instagram; "Nothing shines more than a strong female. This song me and Stormzy put together is for motivation and a reminder that whatever you're going through there's no excuse to not shine and be the queens you are. Wish you all the love, confidence and strength you pray for."
  • The feel-good track features a slowed-down beat from Levi Lennox, TobiShyBoy and ILLBLU.
  • The video features a cameo appearance from Stormzy's partner, the radio and TV host Maya Jama. Rising English artist Dolapo also has a cameo.

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