NSG is an East London collective comprising Kruddz, Mxjib, Mojo, OGD, Dope and Papii Abz. Five of the six went to the Arts & Media School Islington, with Mojo joining later. The NSG members are of either Ghanaian or Nigerian descent and their music is a blend of British, African and American influences.
This entrepreneurial anthem finds the group declaring their intentions to make a million. A general 9-5 job is not an option. Instead they make their money online through hard grind.
The song features Dennis Junior Odunwo, aka Tion Wayne, who delivers a cold verse midway through about his work ethic.
The song was produced by AE5, who was the executive producer behind J Hus' debut album, Common Sense. AE5 has helmed much of NSG's catalogue to date, including four of the nine tracks from their debut LP Grown Up.
The song was NSG's second UK singles hit following their collaboration with Geko, "6.30," which peaked at #56 in 2018. "Options" represented Tion Wayne's debut visit to the UK singles chart.