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After the success of his single ‘Straight Lines’, Croydon artist Marc Jones is back with ‘No Stress’ – a UK rap record that will make you sit up and take notice.
With his latest string of releases, Marc has been carving his own lane in the urban scene with his unique rhyme schemes and thoughtful lyricism. This has seen him gain recognition from a range of parties, including Spotify, who made him the cover of their ‘Blessings’ playlist.
Produced by RP9 – whose credits include AJ x Deno, Sophia Grace and a growing number of others, ‘No Stress’ is a bouncy, up tempo track where Marc describes his philosophy of not wanting to bring undue stress into his life. The catchy chorus and unique production form a basis for Marc to showcase some of his best wordplay and metaphors to date, producing a track that will leave listeners gaining something new on every listen.
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— 9bills.co.uk (@9bills) March 8, 2019
Discussing the track, Marc says “The record was written at a time where the stress and anxiety of balancing music and my personal life were getting on top. I realised that focusing on the things I could control, and disregarding the things that I couldn’t, would help give me a clearer mind to complete what I set out to achieve.”
He adds “I hope people will be able to enjoy and relate to the track, removing the need to focus on negative vibes and instead concentrate on the positive things they have in their life.”
‘No Stress’ is available now on all digital platforms. Click here to stream/download.