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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