Manchester grime artist Bugzy Malone and his North London counterpart Chip appear to have put aside their differences for an unexpected collaboration that has fans squealing with delight.
The pair have united for a new song entitled 'Notorious', set to feature on Bugzy's forthcoming album 'The Resurrection' next month, on which they address their old beef which started way back in 2015.
"See, it's time to show maturity and do it for the city/ So me and B ain't ever going out like Pac and Biggie", Chip raps in one verse, later adding: "A lot can change in five years, me and Bugzy right here."
Bugzy Malone and Chip's feud began when the former insulted the latter on Radio 1Xtra's Fire in the Booth segment. Chip hit back with his track 'Pepper Riddim', to which Bugzy responded with his own song 'Relegation Riddim'. This went back and forth with various diss tracks until 2017 when they were photographed together at Giggs' birthday party where they revealed they had finally made up.
The new album is also set to feature previously released singles 'M.E.N III', 'Doe'd Up' and 'Don't Cry' featuring Dermot Kennedy.
'The Resurrection' is set to be released on February 12th 2021 via Bugzy Malone's own label B. Somebody.