Nicholas Craven collaborated with Boldy James for his freshest single, “Yzerman.”
Montreal maker Nicholas Craven, who as of late chipped away at Mach-Hommy’s Balens Cho, has collaborated with Boldy James for his most up to date single, “Yzerman.” The track fills in as the primary single to Craven’s forthcoming collection Craven N 3. The melody’s title is possible a reference to unbelievable hockey player Steve Yzerman.
Concerning why Craven labeled the Griselda rapper for the venture, he as of late let Complex know that he was dazzled with James’ work, The Price of Tea in China, a cooperative undertaking with The Alchemist.
“For the last collection in my Craven N series, I needed an arrangement comprising of the hardest MCs that weren’t on any past portions,” Craven told Complex. “Of the multitude of names that wound up taking care of business, Boldy was the primary that rung a bell. I’ve honestly loved his since My first Chemistry Set however after The Price of Tea in China dropped, he cemented himself as one of the main figures in the game and I realized that I needed to work with him.”