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STORMZY - BIG FOR YOUR BOOTS (SONG)
Year:2017
Music/Lyrics:Michael Omari
Karl Joseph
Producer:Fraser T Smith
Stormzy
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VersionLengthTitleLabel
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Format
Medium
Date
3:58Gang Signs & PrayerMerky
MRKY001
Album
CD
24/02/2017
4:00Now That's What I Call Music! 96Now
CDNOW96
Compilation
CD
07/04/2017
MUSIC DIRECTORY
StormzyStormzy: Discography / Become a fan
STORMZY IN AUSTRALIAN CHARTS
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Gang Signs & Prayer12/03/2017112
SONGS BY STORMZY
100 Bags
21 Gun Salute / Interlude (Stormzy feat. Wretch 32)
Bad Boys (Stormzy feat. Ghetts & J Hus)
Big For Your Boots
Blinded By Your Grace Part 1
Blinded By Your Grace Part 2 (Stormzy feat. Mnek)
Brotherhood
Cigarettes & Cush (Stormzy feat. Kehlani)
Cold
Crazy Titch - Interlude
Don't Cry For Me (Stormzy feat. Raleigh Ritchie)
First Things First
Good Goodbye (Linkin Park feat. Pusha T & Stormzy)
Keep It Simple (Raleigh Ritchie feat. Stormzy)
Know Me From
Lay Me Bare
Mr Skeng
My Hood (Ray BLK feat. Stormzy)
Not That Deep
Return Of The Rucksack
Shut Up
Velvet / Jenny Francis Interlude
WickedSkengMan 4
ALBUMS BY STORMZY
Gang Signs & Prayer
 
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Average points: 3.25 (Reviews: 4)
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*****
I love Stormzy for spearheading a cultural movement back into the forefront that's often seen as too 'dangerous' or 'provocative' to get widespread mainstream attention. But through force of personality, Stormzy is racking up top 10 hits and getting A-list rotation on BBC Radio 1. In times where conformity is often beneficial to scoring hits, Stormzy's success makes me so happy.

And I love this track for so concisely embodying that state of mind. This is a song that straight up tells its subject not to be too cocky, lest they earn themselves a kick in the face, and I love it. Stormzy's personality shines through in the writing, where any tough-guy facade is lifted as he reminds the listener that he had a hell of a time seeing Adele live.

Also the production is super tight and I love it.
****
Ok, so it's a bit cheesy but it's fun and it does the job. His flow on the verses is particularly impressive. 3.75
Last edited: 15/04/2017 01:38
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