J Hus reveals when his next album is coming at the VO5 NME Awards 2018

It'll be the follow-up to the award-winning 'Common Sense'

J Hus revealed at last night’s VO5 NME Awards 2018 that he is working on a new album, which he hopes to release this year.

The London MC picked up Best Album supported by Orange Amplification at the VO5 NME Awards 2018 for his debut album ‘Common Sense’.

Speaking to NME backstage, he revealed that he’s already prepping its follow-up.


J Hus said: “I’m already working on a new album. Hopefully we can release it for about August. I’m working on it, nearly done.”

“Hopefully I can get Skepta on it,” he added. Watch the full interview above.

J Hus, Brixton Academy, London

J Hus released ‘Common Sense’, which combines hip-hop and R&B with Afrobeats, last May on renowned independent label Black Butter Records. It reached Number Six in the charts, and features the hit ‘Did You See’.

Presented with the award by Naomi Campbell, he said: “Man! I don’t know what to say! I wanna thank NME so much. I wanna thank my managers and everyone’s support.”


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