Today (Nov. 4), K-Trap announced that he would deliver a remix of his single “Warm” featuring the assistance of Skepta, who is now set to jump on the remix. As usual, the Boy Better Know veteran contributes to the track with lines that speak to his role as a grime legend as well as to his African heritage and recent artistic achievements. The track was produced by M1OnTheBeat and 3zra.
“WARM (Remix)” is accompanied by a visual that was created by the renowned artist Romael. Skepta and K-Trap will be delivering their rhymes along with their respective crews at the Central Hill Estate in South London. A number of fellow peers, including Jammer, Chip, and Krept appear in various scenes.
In the original version of “Warm,” K-Trap sampled a track from his Trapo project in 2021, which included 16 cuts and collaborations that took place across 16 tracks DoRoad, PR SAD, Lotto Ash, and Youngs Teflon. The Gypsy Hill emcee, who recorded The Last Whip in September to promote his debut mixtape, The Last Whip, has subsequently released The Last Whip II, the sequel to the mixtape. This is the release of The Last Whip II in September, marking the completion of his debut mixtape. A big part of that top 20 effort had contributions from M Huncho, Headie One, LD, Krept & Konan, S Loud, Reekz MB, and more. K-Trap also teamed up with Blade Brown for the fifth installment of their Bags & Boxes: Series 4 where they released Joints which was a continuation of that album.