East London Gangster Rapper Mover has just dropped his last E.P ‘Exit Wounds’ a body of work created whilst being in Jail for murder. We take a look at the lyricists top five tracks that gained Mover a rap audience and caused his E.P to supported and listened to by half the UK Rap scene.
5. ‘Dun Talkin’ is a fresh new track from Mover, dropping just 5 months ago and already raking in over 140,000 views. The track gained a significant amount of attention after being published by Mixtape Madness, which has served as a platform of support for many of his recent tracks.
4. ‘Had a Dream’ ft Potter Payper: This is another new track from the East London rapper, this time teaming up with Potter Payper. In just 2 months the collaboration has pulled in around 240,000 views on YouTube and again has caught the attention of Mixtape Madness under their “MM Exclusive” range.
3. ‘Feds on my Case’: is one of the tracks that really got Mover noticed and has a dope visual. Being one of his first tracks, recorded over 4 years ago, it has received over 385, 451 views drawing attention from a variety of blogs.
2. ’20 Million Views Special’ ft Kemo: from first listen the track seems like a freestyle, but in fact, it is a collaboration from the two London rappers, filmed by Pacman TV. The track was first released 2 years ago and has been viewed over 500,000 times making it his second most viewed song of his career.
1. Ringtone ft Timbo: released 3 years ago, Ringtone ft Timbo has become the East London rappers most viewed song of all time, drawing the attention and promotion of the well-known UK based music platform Link Up TV. The video has picked up over 1 million views on YouTube since its release, circling UK blogs and getting airplay on Link Up TV’s official site. This track is one of the artist’s most recognisable songs, with visuals to match, and is one that really set the standard for his work when first coming up in the UK rap scene.
Be sure to check out Mover’s latest project “Exit wounds” available on all streaming platforms including Apple Music below.
Words: Max Carey – @MaximusCarey