Recording and performing under the moniker New London, this Jamaican born MC who now calls Brooklyn, New York home incorporates his wealth of worldly experience amongst other elements into his style. Having lived in the United Kingdom before making the mainland U.S. his home, New London has been privy to what people would call the best of both worlds. At the forefront of his mission is his love for creative visuals, a bunch of which he plans to incorporate into his campaign as he climbs the ladder to the billboard charts. With a well rounded personality, there are endless possibilities, LONDON says “My vision for when the song releases is for people to get more familiar with New London. I want to represent for NYC and get people in tune with my sound. Forming his own imprint WSG (Wall Street Gang) and partnering with Trudonz Entertainment New London has taken on a self-made approach. With his new release ” Drip Code ” New London aim is to represent for NYC and get people in tune with his sound. London says “I’m very passionate about this music sh*t so I want people to feel that. I have a lot of plans for my followers and supporters to look forward to. More music touching different topics with different vibes”. With a fresh sound, and the NYC mentality “New London” should have a lot to offer the emerging music scene. We will be sure to stay tuned.
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