Skepta and Section Boyz tease new track

The collaboration will be released on Halloween

Skepta and Section Boyz have teased a new track, due for release tomorrow (October 31).

The grime group shared a preview of a video on Instagram, which sees them hanging out in London at night.

The clip features a sample of the movie The Purge, with a voiceover saying all crime is legal and all emergency services will be unavailable until 7am the following morning.

Watch the clip below now.

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Section Boyz were joined on stage by skepta and Drake at their show at London’s Village Underground last year. Earlier in the night, the Toronto rapper had joined Rihanna on stage at the Brit Awards to perform her single ‘Work’ with her.

He headed straight from the O2 Arena, where the awards ceremony was being held, to Shoreditch. The south London rap crew performed Drake’s track ‘Jumpman’ with the rapper and Skepta to a screaming crowd at the 1,000 capacity venue. You can watch footage of the performance below.

Skepta, meanwhile, recently won the Mercury Prize for his album ‘Konnichiwa’. He is the second grime artist to win the Mercury Prize after Dizzee Rascal won with his debut ‘Boy In Da Corner’ in 2003. He recently released new tracks with Riff Raff, Smoke Dawg and A$AP Rocky.