Krept & Konan ft. J Hus - Get A Stack (Prod. by Rachet/Music Video)

Krept & Konan ft. J Hus – Get A Stack (Prod. by Rachet/Music Video)

Krept & Konan share the new video for their track GET A STACK, featuring J Hus, taken from the groundbreaking, 7 DAYS mixtape

Following on from performing with Stormzy at this year’s MOBO Awards, pioneering UK rappers KREPT & KONAN have released the music video for the Rachet produced ‘Get A Stack’ featuring J Hus.

Directed by Kaylum Dennis (Stormzy, Lady Leshurr, Section Boyz), shot in Ibiza and featuring J Hus, the video for ‘Get A Stack’ is the fourth music video to be released from KREPT & KONAN’s ‘7 DAYS‘ and ‘7 NIGHTS‘ mixtapes. It followings ‘Wo Wo Wo‘, ‘For Me‘ and the recent ‘Ask Flipz‘ featuring Stormzy.

The release of 7 DAYS and 7 NIGHTS saw KREPT & KONAN break yet another record by being the first act in history to have two mixtapes debut in the Top 10 of the Official UK Albums chart simultaneously. A UK first (no other British artist has released two mixtapes on the same day), 7 DAYS and 7 NIGHTS reflect the two sides of KREPT & KONAN’s signature sound. While ‘7 DAYS’ boasts harder-edged, grittier club tracks and features from J Hus, Skepta, Stormzy, Abra Cadabra and more; ‘7 NIGHTS’ showcases smoother, RnB inflected, sultry jams and guest spots from Jhene Aiko, Hudson East, and Tory Lanez.

The release of 7 DAYS and 7 NIGHTS signals a welcome return for the trailblazing duo whose ongoing critical acclaim and chart success has helped paved the way for the likes of J Hus, Kojo Funds, Abra Cadbra, Yungen, Mo Stack and Section Boys (to name a few). From the 2013 release of their Young Kingz mixtape which shot into the top 20 of the Official UK album charts (earning them a world record for the Highest-Charting UK album by an Unsigned Act), through to the 2015 release of their debut album The Long Way Home (which became the highest charting British Rap album in UK chart history after debuting at no. 2 in the official UK album charts), KREPT & KONAN have repeatedly broken records while consistently breaking ground.