Sampha drops new single Blood On Me

Sampha is one of the UK’s most exciting young artists and he has just released a new single titled Blood On Me.

The track will feature on Process – Sampha’s highly-anticipated debut album.

He has previously lent his vocal, production and song writing talents to artists such as SBTRKT, FKA twigs, Lil Silva and Jessie Ware, and also to world-renowned superstars like Drake, Beyonce, Kanye West and most recently on Frank Ocean’s Endless release.

Now it’s time for Sampha to stand alone. Following the release of acclaimed single Timmy’s Prayer earlier this year, he announced on Wednesday his brand new single Blood On Me via Young Turks.

The single was produced by Sampha himself, with co-production from Rodaidh McDonald.

Sampha will make his debut solo TV appearance on Thursday, performing live on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert.

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