Generation Gap: South London Lyricist To Release Debut Album ‘The Worst Generation’
Following signing to Idris Alba‘s label 7Wallace, Battersea-based rapper, Che Lingo announces the release of his forthcoming debut album,‘The Worst Generation’.
The highly-anticpated album is which is scheduled for October 23 release is comprised of 12-tracks and is execuctive-produced by Monon Dave with musical contributions from the Sunshine Orchestra Luke Rapata, Jack Lewn & Miguel Lagos, and features Ghetts, Kojey Radical, Rachel Chinouriri and Samm Henshaw.
Sharing the news via social media the self-proclaimed ‘Wizard Of Wandsworth’ stated in the caption of his Instagram post: “This has genuinely been the hardest time of my entire life creating this work, from my injury to family/friends passing away, the #BLM protests and COVID-19 lockdowns, to illnesses and mental struggles with myself and the world as it stands (no excuses just reflections).
“I cannot put it to anything other than God and the strength/passion I was granted that’s allowed me to persevere through these very trying times but thankfully we did and THE ALBUM IS DONE!”
Giving context behind why he named his album ‘The Worst Generation’, Che delved into his upbringing and exerience as young black boy growing up in London and some of the rhetoric he would hear spouted about his peers. He closed his post by thanking his team specfically Idris Alba and Rachel ‘Baby blue’ Prager for their support througout the process of making the album.
Che Lingo – ‘The Worst Generation’ is available for pre-order here.