Stormzy Takes Drake’s “4PM in Calabasas” For His Own Lyrical Fancies

blame it on Meka October 2, 2017

On “4PM in Calabasas,” Drake used the Allen Ritter, Frank Dukes and Vinylz-laced track to tear into some of his pet peeves: namely, Diddy, Joe Budden and Meek Mill. Now, English rapper Stormzy uses the beat to get some things off of his chest.

Having released his debut album Gang Signs & Prayer in February 2017, the rapper made history by having the first grime album in history to reach number one on the UK Albums Chart. With his name now ringing bells and his stock considerably higher, Stormzy’s “4PM in London” is both a toast to his accomplishments and warning shots at naysayers. Watch it below.

Stormzy previously released a visual for “Cigarettes & Cush,” which features Kehlani.