Having amassed millions of streams, joined Kanye West on stage at the BRITs and completed killer performances at the MOBOs (where he was nominated for Best Hip Hop Act), Fekky is an influential force in the UK scene. But now Fekky is reborn as he embarks upon a new chapter in his highly successful career – and today releases the third track  ‘Attitude’ from his new mixtape ‘4Life’ – out on 31st  January 2020.

The video is inspired by the 2012 film Spring Breakers,  Fekky explains “Attitude is #Mood – it’s been a lit Summer! Everyone is out flexing in the sun so it’s a perfect time for this song as it fits the vibez cos it is the vibe!”

Fekky has been building anticipation for the release ‘4Life’ by dropping new tracks ‘All The Smoke’ and ‘No Apologies’ feat. Nafe Smallz the past couple of months. ‘All The Smoke’ was the first track to preview the new mixtape ‘4Life’ which picked up support from Radio 1, 1Xtra and Capital Xtra – watch the self-directed video HERE‘No Apologies’ brought together two huge forces in the UK Rap Scene with Fekky joined by Nafe Smallz – which kicked off with a DJ Target Targo Embargo premiere and has now had over half a million views on YouTube – watch the video HERE. Both releases are issued on his own independent F Music label via Caroline International.

After taking some time out, Fekky’s focus has been on setting himself up as one of the first UK rap entrepreneurs – a leader in the vein of Birdmanor Diddy. Between making music, launching F Records and building a recording studio (F Studios), Fekky’s vision is to expand rap into a lifestyle.

Fekky has previously collaborated with a who’s who of UK rap, including J HusGiggsKrept & KonanProfessor GreenSmoke Boys and MoStack. His iconic hit ‘Still Sittin’ Here’ featured Dizzee Rascal, which in turn led to an All-Star Remix featuring Meridian DanTempa TSkeptaJammerD Double EJMEChipFriscoTinchy Stryder and Kano. He even toured with the American superstars The Game and RickRoss‘4Life’ represents his first full-length project since 2017’s ‘El Classico’.