Just in time for Valentine’s, Friendly Fire Band drops the NATTY LOVE RIDDIM based on Lion Art and Tomlin Mystic‘s love songs, shying away from their usual militancy and heavy hitting content, just for a minute.

For the first time, Cardiff-based Aleighcia Scott collaborated with Friendly Fire Band to produce a soulful piece, Good Love, livicated to her other half – the first of many!

In the midst of amorous relationships, the fire still haffi bun, and Peppery hits it hard with a tune about the increasing gap between the rich and the poor in the world with “Sipple Out Deh”.

Finally, one of the most crucial cuts is Messenger Douglas’s Movements – a powerful message of upliftment, encouraging to stand up and rise above life’s lowest moments in order to move forward.

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