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Birmingham’s M1llonz has accompanied the release of his debut mixtape, Provisional Licence, with visuals for the title track featuring AJ Tracey.
With The Fanatix on production sampling Brandy and Monica’s 90s hit “Boy Is Mine”, M1llionz and AJ come through with some clean flows to match the sleek drill beat while injecting the song with their straight-talking lines.
The visuals for “Provisional Licence” coincide with the arrival of M1llionz’s new project of the same name which is out today with collaborations alongside Headie One (“Air BnB”) and Jevon (“Hometown”). The tape also includes the recently released singles “Bando Spot”, “Badnis”, “Regular Bag” and “How Many Times” with fellow Brum artist Lotto Ash.
“I wanted my first mixtape to be a mix of how up and down life had been to start with,” M1llionz wrote when announcing the mixtape on Instagram. “Drill has given me a good platform to showcase my talent, I’m trying to elevate the sound and make it possible for the genre to transcend all the natural stereotypes.
“I put my city on my back and I’m trying to relate to every yute out there grinding through their come up in Birmingham and the UK.”