Coming For You
by SwitchOTR (featuring A1 x J1)

Album: single release only (2021)
Charted: 5
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  • This is South London rapper/singer SwitchOTR's debut single. After teasing snippets for weeks on social media, he dropped the song on October 29, 2021. It quickly went viral on TikTok and debuted in the top 20 of the UK singles chart.
  • During the chorus, SwitchOTR warns some opps he's "coming for you" after losing a couple of his homies. However, his verse finds him stepping away from the verbals as he talks about concentrating on his fledgling music career.
  • A1 x J1 contributed a guest verse after SwitchOTR's manager reached out to them. The rapper told Samuel Eni the collaboration was "more or less manager instinct" that the North West London duo might drop a verse. They knew each other's music, and once the three got into the studio there was great energy and chemistry between them.
  • SwitchOTR references his collaborators' breakthrough hit single.

    Same bad B that I need in defense
    The J1's coulda been A1, but I can't follow the latest trends
  • ShoBeatz's production samples Avicii's 2014 cut "The Nights" throughout the song.
  • ShoBeatz originally uploaded his instrumentation on his YouTube channel as a Kay Flock x Sleepy Hallow type beat.

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