Dave is one of the UK’s most talented artists especially when it comes to lyricism. His latest project Six Paths is a must listen as a great introduction to his music but also a superb body of work. Since the EP’s release, Dave has stated that he’d stray away from talking about the ends and Question Time is just that and much more. This brand new release was announced alongside his upcoming EP Game Over set for a November 3rd drop.
Dave has many questions like the rest of us wondering what the future holds. Throughout he:
- Rightfully shows sympathy towards the innocent people dying in countries which the UK has been warring with.
- Addresses the UK’s spendings going to the military in comparison to the cut-backs made to public services like the NHS and the obvious contradiction that this shows.
- Shines a light on Theresa May’s cowardly response towards the Grenfell Tower disaster as well as those who were knowledgeable about the West London tower’s condition but didn’t speak up.
- Touches on the former PM David Cameron and the state he left the country in following his resignation.
The list goes on. The bottom line is that Dave is addressing some of the most important issues in recent times. Funnily enough, he isn’t saying anything new. Unlike many of the UK’s other artists he’s just using his platform to shine a light on a lengthy list of issues we face as a country which is respectable especially for an individual still in his teens. The track’s content goes hand-in-hand with Eminem’s The Storm (Freestyle) from the BET Hip-Hop Awards last night.
Question Time is a single from Dave’s upcoming EP and what a way to kickstart anticipation with the release coming in less than a month. The Game Over EP will have one feature in the form of MoStack. Dave has also announced a 9-date UK tour with tickets going on sale on Thursday at 9am.