Last night (12 September), Kojey Radical hosted an intimate launch party for his new EP CASHMERE TEARS at London's Hoxton Arches.

Once the guests were settled in and enjoying his custom cocktail menu named after tracks from the new project (made with his 1800 Tequila range), Kojey Radical took to the stage to thank everyone for their support, and to take a trip down memory lane to emphasise his journey in bettering his mental health through music and dance.

Kojey Radical commenced his set with "25" before jumping into MJ Cole collaboration "Soak It Up". He also performed part of his Fire in the Booth freestyle from last year and fan-favourite "If Only", before delving into CASHMERE TEARS tracks "2020", "Can't Go Back", "Cashmere Tears", and an a cappella version of "Where Do I Begin". Kojey Radical ended his set with a jubilant performance of "97'".

The intimate venue also saw the likes of Julie Adenuga, Ray BLK, Swindle, Paloma Faith, and more in attendance.

Kojey Radical's new EP CASHMERE TEARS is out now via Asylum / Atlantic. He plays London's Scala on 24 September. Find out more.