Drake has continued to show love to the UK music scene by shouting out Logan Sama, one of grime’s pioneering DJs. In a post on Instagram, the Toronto rapper paid homage the DJ for his “strength and guidance” and for helping him out on “One Dance“.
Sama began his DJing career on pirate radio in the early noughties, and has been become synonymous with the grime scene. He’s hosted grime shows on Kiss FM and BBC Radio 1Xtra, has released mixes for the likes of Fabric and Trapstar, and is regularly seen holding it down on the decks whilst grime heavyweights Jme, Skepta and Stormzy spit over his pinpoint mixing.
Keen to exert his influence on all things UK at the moment, Drake also revealed a projection of artwork from Views From The 6 in Covent Garden.
A photo posted by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on Apr 6, 2016 at 4:15pm PDT
Views is dropping at some point this month, and we’re all interested to see how much more UK influence is heard on the album. Will we see him spit over some Burgaboy bassline or Eski riddims? Whilst you sit there refreshing Twitter until it drops, have a look at 6 ways in which the 6 God can become one of the mandem in London.