Novelist confirms new music is on the way

Lewisham MC recently joined the Labour Party

Novelist has confirmed he will be releasing new music through Apple’s iTunes very “soon”.

The Lewisham MC, who recently announced on social media that he has joined the Labour Party, has now taken to Twitter to reveal that new music is on the way.

“Novs got music dropping on ituneeees soon,” he wrote . It is unclear at this stage whether it will be a new EP, single or album.

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He has previously released two Eps – ‘1 Sec EP’ last year and ‘Sniper EP’ in 2014.

https://twitter.com/Novelist/status/780776768806522880

Novelist recently appeared on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, joining Skepta to perform his track ‘Lyrics’.

The MC, who has previously held the position of deputy young mayor in his hometown, has made no secret of his political views.

In January, he released a track, ‘Street Politician’, which took aim at David Cameron. He followed it up with ‘Tax The MPs’ in April, in which he spits the words “liar, liar, pants on fire” over a sample of one Cameron’s speeches.

At Glastonbury, the MC led a massive crowd chant of “Fuck David Cameron!”. He also came out in support of staying in the EU in the weeks preceding the referendum.

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The Lewisham MC recently tweeted a screenshot confirming his membership of the Labour Party, writing: “Been supporting but now it’s official.”

https://twitter.com/Novelist/status/748638063325249544

He also threw his support behind Jeremy Corbyn, when he faced calls to resign. “Do not resign. The mandem need you,” he tweeted directly at the Labour leader.
https://link.brightcove.com/services/player/?bctid=5071460734001

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