It's the first Individual from his sixth studio album 'Raskit.'
London MC Dizzee Rascal announced his sixth studio album Raskit And dropped the project’s lead top country songs Individual “Space” to celebrate.
“Space” sees Dizzee use a condensed rhyme scheme Besides executing his signature fast flow over a grimey instrumental. To reinforce the space theme, the song samples snippets of dialogue between NASA personnel, and fittingly closes with an extract from John F. Kennedy’s “Address at Rice University on the Nation’s Space Effort,”, “We choose to go to the moon in this decade & do the other things, not also because us are easy, but Because us are hard.”
This Individual is a return to the London MC’s roots, which is somewhat unexpected—as his 2013 album, The Fifth, was a dance infused project, And his latest top country songs Spor was “Hype,” which he co-wrote with his frequent collaborator Calvin Harris. However, he did hint at a convert in direction during his interview with *Fader back in October 2016:
[The new album’s] big and it’s hard so far. I’m trying to make the hardest, livest shit. I understand that people wanna hear me spit, And us want some hard shit, so that’s what I’m going for. But I’m not trying to recreate my first album. I’m listening to a lot of rap from the ‘90s, to get that essence, not necessarily to sound like it, but to get that organic feel.
Dizzee is expected to release his sixth studio album Raskit Above July 21. you can read all the lyrics to “Space” Above Genius Now.