South London collective Smoke Boys have announced that their next project will be their last tape ever as a collective.
The sad news was announced in a statement on the group’s socials.
“Our next tape “All The Smoke” with MK The Plug will be the last ever Smoke Boys project,” the statement begins. “Thank you to everybody that’s ever been a part of our journey.
“To all the Fans, supporters, family & friends, it’s been a pleasure to actually say we’ve made a mark in the music industry with some of the historical events we made happen. Let’s make this one to remember.”
Smoke Boys first emerged in the scene towards the middle of the last decade as Section Boyz, making waves with their big anthems “Trapping Ain’t Dead”, “Lock Arff” and “Delete My Number”.
As well as grabbing the attention of the UK music industry, the group caught the eye of Canadian star Drake who made a surprise appearance at their headline show in 2016.
After a hiatus, the group returned in 2018 as Smoke Boys and have since gifted us with Don’t Panic 2 and several solo offerings.
At present, there is no official release date for their final project All The Smoke but the tape will be an emotional farewell to a group who have definitely left their mark on the scene.