"No Hands" marks Kojaque's first release of 2021, following last year's "Coming Up" and "Shmelly" singles.

The new single is teamed with a self-directed video that captures the personal nature of the track.

Kojaque says the new song is "about growing up". He adds, "I wrote it on my 21st birthday so it’s a couple years old. I think I was just reminiscing on my childhood, trying to recount old memories. There seems to be a pretty universal feeling when you’re young and that’s wanting to make your parents proud. At least that’s what I remember, searching for approval, wanting that reassurance, the track for me say’s ‘look at me now, look how far I’ve come, imagine what else could happen’. My childhood wasn’t exactly like everyone else’s, at times I really felt like an alien but it was happy, it’s all I knew. We lost my dad to suicide when I was a child. Although the song is about that loss of potential in my dad’s death, I’ve learned to see the potential in my own life. It’s something I’ve very much come to terms with, for me it’s a very hopeful song."

Although Kojaque is yet to announce his debut album, it'll follow 2019's Green Diesel collaborative album created with fellow Soft Boy artist Luka Palm.

Kojaque's "No Hands" single is out now.