The artist's long-awaited fifth studio album features Wizkid, J Hus and more.
After releasing two standout singles earlier this month, Skepta's highly-anticipated fifth studio album Ignorance Is Bliss has finally arrived.
Ignorance Is Bliss is a 13-track album that includes a versatile collection of songs. The rapper enlists frequent collaborator Wizkid and Lay-Z on the upbeat "Glow in the Dark," and British-Gambian MC J Hus on the catchy, gangster rap-leaning "What Do You Mean?"
Earlier this week the artist dropped the gloomy video for "Bullet From a Gun," set in London's Camden Station. He dropped the entertaining '70s-set video for "Greaze Mode" just yesterday, which sees the artist portraying an old school gangster in full costume and wig along with collaborator Nafe Smallz.