Professor Green has revealed he will be releasing a brand new track.
The rapper is going to release Unruly on Thursday, which he describes as ‘very, very unapologetic’.
Of his new music he told Metro.co.uk at the NME Awards: ‘The album is going really well. There’s a song called Unruly coming out tomorrow unexpectedly – I just let that slip.
‘The music is doing the talking for itself. It’s very very unapologetic.
‘Unruly is what it says. It’s just what came out of my mouth on the day – which was a lot.’
The NME Awards nominee shortlist sees two incredible female artists leading the way, with both Lorde and Charli XCX receiving four nominations each, with Lorde’s latest album Melodrama up for the big one.
Melodrama is in the best album category alongside J Hus’ debut Common Sense, Visions Of A Life by Wolf Alice, Humanz by Gorillaz, Loyle Carner with Yesterday’s Gone and Sleep Well Beast by The National.
The ladies are closely followed by Dua Lipa and St Vincent.
Glastonbury is in the running for festival of the year with Ed Sheeran, BBK and Noel Gallagher in the running for best festival headliner.
On the political side of things Theresa May is up against Donald Trump, Jeremy Hunt, Piers Morgan, Katie Hopkins and Kim-Jong Un for villain of the year.
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