Guvna B Announces Free MixTape Download 'Scrapbook II'

Mar 20 2014

Multi-award winning rap artist Guvna B is to release his new mixtape 'Scrapbook II' as a free download on 31st March 2014 from his website guvnab.com.

The 15-track mixtape is a composition of grime, hip-hop, afro-beat and drum & bass. The release also include three bonus tracks, featuring audio of Guvna B's exclusive performances on SBTV, Link UP TV and Grime Daily.

'Scrapbook II' follows the successful 2011 release of 'Scrapbook' which had over 50,000 downloads.

Urban Music Award winner Guvna B made history in 2013 by becoming the first urban act ever to make it to Number 1 on the Official UK Christian & Gospel Chart with his most recent album 'Odd 1 Out'. The album also reached Number 22 on the Official R&B Chart.

After an incredibly successful year Guvna B, 24, explains why he is releasing a free mixtape; "The support for the Odd 1 Out album was amazing. We sold out in a number of HMV's and made history with it so I wanted to say thank you by giving fans the next project on the house.


Also, after touring all over the world as well as receiving quite a few emails from people who can't afford to buy music, I decided to release something that they could get access to for free."

Listen to the lead-single from 'Scrapbook II', titled 'In A Box' and featuring US talent Black Knight, with the audio player on the right.

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