Album: Yet to be titled (2017)


  • This track features Quavo of Migos and singer-songwriter Sebastian Kole. Asked by BBC 1Xta's Mistajam how they landed the much-in-demand Migos rapper, Sigma replied:

    "We wrote it in LA. It was an amazing time and I think we picked up the LA vibe, there's a little g-funk in there and we came back without a rap vocal. We thought, Quavo's the man and we reached out and he said yes."
  • Sigma released a second version of the track, this time featuring Tinie Tempah and Yxng Bane. The band's Joe Lenzie explained: "We've always been massive fans of Tinie since his early days and the music he was doing with Labrinth. It's a really exciting time for British urban music and for us to collaborate with some of the biggest US acts and biggest UK acts has been amazing."


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