Check out the new freestyle video from South London rapper Adian Coker, the South London rapper has been trailblazing his own path since the release of his debut track ‘Cream’ in 2013 – attracting plaudits for his fierce delivery, intelligent wordplay and truly creative visuals from a full spectrum of Hip Hop’s tastemakers (Complex, THE FADER, Pigeons & Planes, BBC1Xtra’s Mistajam and Semtex).
2015 has been Coker’s most explosive year yet, releasing four tracks ‘Gospel’, ‘Been There’, ‘Show Up’ and ‘Get Money’ with serious effect, running up over 250K views on his videos.
Coker now returns with his fifth slice of talent this year – a laden freestyle over Jay-Z’s ‘Trouble’ off of his ‘Kingdom Come’ album. Adian goes in on life, the music business, haters and the come up. Conjuring some real heat in the booth Coker proves that it’s not just his production that’s got the critics talking. Heavy hitting, ferocious bars off the dome from the young king Coker.
Adding to the wave of young rap talent coming out of the British Isles right now, Coker adds to his own burgeoning cache with another fiercely eloquent and intelligent freestyle. Now generating increasing column inches both sides of the Atlantic as well as LINK UP TV and SBTV, Adian is cooking on gas with this one.
Coker recently dropped his eagerly-anticipated EP ‘Time Out Of Mind’ in the public spotlight – a fitting end to a year that’s seen more of the UK rapper’s standout videos and sharp, intelligent wordplay than ever before. It’s a timely and lasting dose of what’s becoming a noted flow and figure in the UK – as always over inescapably talented, self-produced beats.