Little Torment comes through with no-bullshit track ‚Skatin‘

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South London rapper Little Torment carries on his impressive 2019 trajectory as he comes through with the second single ‘Skatin’ off his upcoming project ‘Behind Closed Doors 3’. With 20k views (and rising) since its release this weekend and a cult of passionate supporters saturating the comments, this tune’s fire and Torment’s talent hasn’t gone unnoticed.

Following his renowned, debut project ‘Behind Closed Doors’ in 2013 which is described by Complex as a “road rap classic” to this day, Torment continues to live up to his reputation as one of the most talented lyricists from the UK. Whether its hard-hitting anthems or soulful, reflective tracks, Torment always finds a way to captivate his listeners and with a powerful Tim&Barry freestyle releasing last week with again, unbreakable support in the comment section, Torment consistently keeps his supporters hungry for his next drop.

A radio premiere on NTS Radio on Friday proved that ‘Skatin’ is showing early signs of making a profound stamp on the scene right now. The third instalment of his BCD album series is now on the horizon, with features from some of London’s most talented producers and artists such as Kadiata, Trapstar Toxic, Tanna 2Trappy and many more, Torment has dived head-first into a ground-breaking year.

A unique sound, exceptional lyricism and a genuine interest in personal growth has made him one of the most respected artists from South. With ‘Skatin’ as a remarkable follow up to his first 2019 single, his indestructible talent and positive mentality keeps means that success is inevitable for this young artist.