The album, a contender for one of the 2017's best, was only announced earlier this month when the London MC, real name Michael Omari, dropped the mighty "Big For Your Boots".

Kehlani, MNEK, Raleigh Ritchie, J Hus, Wretch 21, and Ghetts all appear on the "Shut Up" artist's first LP, which also features production from Fraser T. Smith (Kano, Adele, Sam Smith).

In our review we called it "a record flush with rowdiness and regimentation... packed to the brim with purpose."

In an interview with Clash Omari says the album sounds "like Michael personified."

"And I’m using Michael not Stormzy, because I feel like I need to get back to who I am," he continues. "There’s been glimpses of people seeing who I am but I’m talking on a musical level. You’re getting the freestyles, you’re getting the records here and there, but you’re not getting who Stormzy is. I want you to understand who I am, what I love, what I hate, what I treasure, what has stunted my growth, helped my growth. I want everything to be in this record."

Gang Signs & Prayer is out now via #MERKY Records. Get it now.