Following his smash hits “Bad” ft. Mr. Eazi, MoStack, Yungen and Notes, “Your Loving” ft. MØ and Yxng Bane and the all-conquering “Fashion Week” ft. AJ Tracey, visionary producer and Steel Banglez releases his new banger “Blama” ft. Tion Wayne and Morrisson.

Banglez has blazed one of the brightest paths and cultivated one of the most respected discographies in contemporary UK music since he first began releasing records 10 years ago. “Blama” serves as a timely reminder as to why the London artist is revered as one of the most consistent and innovative beatmakers we have. Shrill piano instrumentals over an icy drill beat acts as the perfect bed for Platinum-selling rapper Tion Wayne and one of the hottest rising rappers in the UK, Morrisson to consolidate their street credentials.

Speaking on the track, Banglez states: “I always vision what the fans would want to see and hear. I’m blessed to able to put together another classic with two of the hottest artists in the UK scene in 2020 – with Tion Wayne’s rise into mainstream success and Morrisson one of the most explosive breakthrough artists of the year, ‘Blama’ is a statement piece of art.”

Tracks in their hundreds of millions of global streams have defined Banglez as one of the most gifted and important producers in the world right now. With his ever-evolving story covered by the likes of GQ, THE EVENING STANDARD, THE FADER, and COMPLEX amongst many, the London-born son of Punjabi immigrants has consistently crafted some of the best-loved, best-selling anthems of the past few years: J Hus’ “Fisherman”, Nines “I See You Shining”, Dave’s “No Words” – a rare consistency and quality on his output that has not dipped – and Banglez now courts the likes of US superstars Drake, Rihanna, Beyoncé and Justin Bieber as they look to plug into a London sound that Banglez has helped create. 

Continuing to provide us with the most authentic, compelling sounds emanating from the inner city, “Blama” underlines Banglez’ legacy as a true national icon and treasure to be celebrated.