After spending some time out of the limelight, and working as a producer and songwriter behind the scenes, the singer is back with his latest album entitled Imagination & the Misfit Kid.
Checking in at just under forty minutes and containing fifteen tracks, the east London native’s newest body of work expresses a number of different sounds, energies and an overall state of versatility. Standout tracks from the LP come from the intro, “Imagination” as we hear a fantastic production along with flawless vocals from Labrinth himself – providing the perfect album opener to really set the standard for what is to follow.
Different sounds come from the closing track “Oblivion” featuring Sia which contains a powerful build-up right from the get-go, enabling Labrinth to showcase himself both lyrically and sonically to provide content which appears to have come from within.
You can take in the new project Imagination & the Misfit Kid on the streaming platforms below and for some visuals, you can click here to see Giggs call upon Labrinth for “Don’t Go Hungry”.