Tinie Tempah hopped on the official U.K. remix to Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow,” and the Pittsburgh spitter is returning the favor. The British rapper links back up with the Taylor Gang leader for his next stateside single “Till I’m Gone” off his U.S. debut Disc-Overy.
During a visit to MTV’s “The Seven,” the “Written in the Stars” hitmaker shared how the Stargate-produced collabo reflects their rigorous touring schedules. “The song is just about the fact that I’m always on the road. I’m right here in America right now, but I kind of miss home sometimes,” he explained. “It’s just saying I’m going to do what I’m doing, make sure I’m getting as big as I can be, but don’t worry England. You’ve still got my heart.”
Disc-Overy, due May 17 in the U.S., will include “Till I’m Gone” as well as two other new tracks not found on the U.K. release. Kelly Rowland, Eric Turner, Range, Ellie Goulding, and more make guest appearances.
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