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  • Loyle Carner Premieres New Song “Hate” on BBC Radio 1

  • British rapper Loyle Carner is back with a new song “Hate” alongside a music video.
    The song received its first play during on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
    It is his first music in two years since the 2020 single “Yesterday” and the collaborative song “Let It Go” with Erick the Architect & FARR.
    The track was written by Loyle Carner, Nick Mills, Matt McLuckie, Richard Spaven and kwes. Produced by kwes., Earl Saga and Nick Mills.
    The accompanying video was directed by Loyle Carner and Greg Hackett.
    Loyle Carner said of the song, “One of the few songs made from a hateful place. I was angry at the world, frightened and overwhelmed. It's unfiltered. Really just a stream of consciousness that builds to an understanding that hate is rooted in fear. It reminds me of times the red mist takes over, and how alone you feel when the rest mist passes.”
    He added, “Arrogant and self-righteous but at the same time vulnerable and somber. I listen to this one in my car, at night. Especially after an argument when you need to get space and take a breath.”
  • He told Clara Amfo about the song, “I guess what it was was really it was like, for me, this is a stream of consciousness. You know when you're trapped in a point where you want to bust and at that point, there is no filter. That means you're not going oh, let me choose a different word or let me be a little bit more polite or whatever. It's really just the first thing that comes to mind and that is the first word that came to my head, so.”
    He continued, “It was a relief. I think I was able to smile again after I wrote it, because it was early on I wrote this. I wrote this because I obviously haven't released anything for ages because no one has been doing it because it's been locked down and disappearing. So, I sat on it for a long time and was like, I wasn't sure if I'd ever be able to release music again, truly, you know, or if I would, or whatever. So it was one of the first songs I ever made. That was just really, for me, you know, so I was able to listen to it a lot and feel justified and supported and heard by myself, which is a special thing that.”
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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