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Watch Skepta Perform 'No Sleep' In Full Thermal Vision On 'A Colors Show'

The British-Nigerian rapper is literally on fire.

Skepta dropped his highly-anticipated fifth studio album Ignorance Is Bliss last week, and it's been met with an overwhelmingly positive reception from fans.

Today, the rapper appears on popular YouTube series A COLORS SHOW, where he performed the album cut "No Sleep."

In true "Colors" fashion, the rendition is minimal and stripped down—except that this time, Skepta appears in full thermal vision for most of the performance, which makes his figure appear multicolored and luminescent.

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Listen to Skepta's New Album 'Ignorance Is Bliss'

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.

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Skepta Reflects In an Underground Station In the Music Video for 'Bullet From a Gun'

Skepta's upcoming album, Ignorance Is Bliss is on its way.

Skepta drops the music video for "Bullet From a Gun," the first single from his highly-anticipated forthcoming album Ignorance is Bliss.

After dropping "Bullet From a Gun" earlier this month—along with the track "Greaze Mode"—The British-Nigerian rapper has given the pensive, self-produced track a video that fits its serious mood. On the track, Skepta raps about his Nigerian heritage—recalling his mother explaining the meaning of his Yoruba name—as well as the birth of his daughter and past relationships.

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