25 year-old Croydon rapper, Marc Jones, has released his second single, ‘Wrestling’ following his debut single, ‘Alright’. With a unique blend of UK drill and rap, ‘Wrestling’ is a fresh, non-explicit track that gives an energetic glimpse into Marc’s perspective on life. Marc’s ambition has always been to challenge cultural norms within Urban music in order to positively impact young people.
Marc Jones said:
“As an emerging artist, I felt it was important to create a song that gives people a strong idea of who I am. ‘Wrestling’ fuses hard-hitting production with thoughtprovoking
content that I hope people will become accustomed to.”
“Stepped outta the house it’s a blessing, gotta go hard for the gang, till I get a tombstone like wrestling, 10 years deep in the ting, dem man thought I was messing, still give thanks to the King, tell dem man I ain’t stressing, like Pep so my team stay pressing.”
He gives this chorus dual meaning by cleverly highlighting the fruitless notion of ‘going hard’ for a gang that could ultimately result in death alongside his view of pursuing a life of faith, thanks and blessing. Marc also references Manchester City football team’s manager Pep Guardiola alluding to his well-known philosophy of hard work.
‘Wrestling’ is available for download and stream on all major platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Tidal, Amazon Music & Google Play.