Stormzy Reflects On His Decade-Long Career In “Longevity Flow”

Following the release of his joint hit “Toxic Trait” with fellow UK rapper Fredo, Stormzy, from South London, has returned with a brand-new song named “Longevity Flow.” The typical shelf life of a British rapper is thought to be roughly three years in the dynamic world of UK rap, according to a number of music critics.

The vast majority of UK rappers have agreed with this, although Stormzy is one artist who has refuted those claims. Since his debut ten years ago, Big Mike has established a standard for UK rap, and his new song is a monument to his remarkable rise to fame in the music business during that time.

“Longevity Flow” is accompanied by some supporting visuals and is shot in a number of different London locations. The short film provides a glimpse inside Stormzy’s journey over the previous year. Notably, the MV features a number of celebrity cameos, including Tom Cruise, Dave, Lewis Hamilton, J. Hus, and others.

At the same time, Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha joined forces with Stormzy to purchase non-league club AFC Croydon Athletic. They both grew up in the Croydon region of south London and have known one other for many years. They have now teamed up with Palace’s former head of player care, Danny Young, to purchase the local football team.

In the meantime, though, hit the link below to check out the fiery “Longevity Flow.”

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