The Last Skeptik steps into the forefront on new album ‘See You In The Next Life’

Grant Brydon

10 months ago

By Grant Brydon

The Last Skeptik has been transitioning to the forefront lately with his work as both rapper and producer.

Having already established himself as a producer, with credits for the likes of Giggs and Kojey Radical, he was driven to write lyrics this year while dealing with grief and heartbreak, and contrasts his melancholy with somewhat bright and upbeat production on his new album See You In The Next Life.

The 14 track collection includes the existing singles ‘You Make Me Wanna (Kill)’, ‘I Like That’, ‘House Party Massacre’ and ‘Scumbag Anthem’.

“It feels like my debut album,” he writes of the release. “I never really had the confidence to be the main protagonist in my own life story til I went through a big boy year of self discovery, heart breaks and break downs that I’m still navigating through. But writing these beautiful 14 songs as a rapper (!!) and producer saved my life and gave me purpose. I hope it grabs you by the shoulders and pulls you out of your sadness too.”

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