Birmingham rap veteran, Mitch links up with D Double E, dropping the visuals to their recently released track ‘It’s Me Again‘.
Featuring on Mitch‘s recently released project ‘Mitchtape 3‘, ‘It’s Me Again‘ see’s the rapper join forces with Grime legend, D Double E. Naming the track after one of D Double E‘s most infamous lines, we hear yet more of Double‘s trademark lyrics and adlibs whilst Mitch comes through with hard-hitting bars and a catchy hook to go over the heavily Drill influenced production courtesy of Jackson Romaine and Ayoludo.
Courtesy of Romael, the visuals capture the raw energy portrayed throughout the track. Picturing Mitch and D Double E going back to back in and amongst a crowd of fans, it’s clear to see the damage this song will do when it is performed infant of a live crowd.
Across the 12-track project Mitch sets out to show his versatility and musical influences touching on UK Rap, Drill, Garage and more. As well as the previously mentioned feature from D Double E, the tape also hosts feature from Backroad Gee, Ashley Zeal, Smuggzy Ace and Loick Essien.
Check out the visuals for ‘It’s Me Again‘ and stream ‘Mitchtape 3′ above.