After releasing a string of infectious singles for his growing fanbase, Chief Diin has progressed to the next level with songs such as “Laugh Now Cry Later,” “Block Hoppers,” “Believe In Myself,” and “Hustler.” and Yesterday (August 15), he unveiled his new album Sabali, comprising 13 songs with contributions from La Boss, Mallis, Krisirie, Idea, Tafari, Rico Maserati, and Giggs last of the artist who raps for the standout track Top Boss. As expected, Giggs provides his Barbadian collaborator a bunch of brutal rhymes about living on the streets:
There is a matching visual that comes along with the aforementioned album from Fewwture Films entitled “Top Boss”. In addition to Giggs, viewers can also see an island dog, dirt bikes, and crew members joining him on his island.
Apart from Diin’s aforementioned drops in 2020, Giggs also released a commercial mixtape during the period, containing 16 songs and collaborations with Obongjayar, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, KYZE, Tiny Boost, Jorja Smith, Emeli Sandé, and more. It’s safe to say that the South London legend has contributed to dozens of songs since then, including Pressa “Dead Body,” K-Trap “Shower Posse,” Aitch “Just Coz,” Ghetts’ “Crud,” M Huncho “Lean,” RAY BLK “Games,” Meek Mill “Northside Southside,” Max B “Bad To Tha Bone,” and Lethal Bizzle “Dapper Dan.”