26 year-old Croydon rapper Marc Jones releases his fourth single ‘Straight Lines’on 28th September 2018, expanding on his previous UK Drill sounds with a vibey UK Rap record.
Described by ‘Fresh on the Net’s Jay Flames as a “glimmer of light” in the UK Urban scene and a purveyor of “WOKE DRILL”, Marc demonstrates his versatility in Straight
Lines, creating a track that appeals to a much wider audience.
It’s a real vibe!
Fusing his Jamaican roots with his London upbringing, his polished vocal oozes slick tones and brings his positivity to the urban scene again. Taking inspiration from the Trams in his hometown of Croydon, the video cleverly uses Tramlines as a visual representation of the meaning of staying on track.
Produced by Marc and Richard Productions, Marc showcases his smooth tone and effortless flow as he champions the idea of always trying to make progress and better yourself day by day. When many young people are facing difficult times, and in the face of music being blamed for London’s wave of crime, Straight Lines is a refreshing change from the normal narratives found in the urban scene.
Discussing the track, Marc says:
“We all have to get up and face battles on a daily basis. When making Straight Lines, I wanted to make a track that could be a daily motivation and encouragement to press forward”
Marc continues to receive support for his unconventional but fresh approach to urban music. Of late his music has been featured on BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 6 Music.
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