They’re also shooting a music video for it.
Stormzy and Little Mix unite.
Well this is interesting. British rapper Stormzy is teaming up with Little Mix for a new song titled “All Over Me.” It’s already a registered track on iTunes and reportedly drops June 27.
Stormzy only released his debut studio album Gang Signs & Prayer in February, and no version of “All Over Me” is featured on it. This is a proper new single, which could mean one of several things: either he’s re-releasing it in some capacity, or he’s readying a followup.
The “Shut Up” rapper’s reps are denying the single art floating around is real, but didn’t shut down the collaboration. Rumors of the project first popped up when a casting call was posted on Twitter.
“#casting a Little Mix ft Stormzy MV! Looking for ladies with lots of personality & an individual style – casting call on Spotlight & CCP.”
Some Stormzy fans are feeling a little miffed about the collaboration – they feel it gives him a little less street cred. Personally, I think both acts will benefit from this.
See the receipts below.
It's rumoured that Little Mix are releasing a track with Stormzy! pic.twitter.com/gKRbKWZuzG
— LITTLE MIX UPDATES? (@UpdatingLM) May 8, 2017
— Mixers Office (@Mixers_Office) May 9, 2017
Stormzy's reps have said that the photo claiming that it was cover art for the Little Mix feat. was fake but have not denied a collab pic.twitter.com/eb1nADOLh6
— LITTLE MIX UPDATES? (@UpdatingLM) May 9, 2017
Listen to Gang Signs & Prayer: