Wiki shares details of debut album

Wiki shares details of new album 'Their Are No Mountains In Manhattan', the LP comes out on August 25th via XL Recordings

Wiki, is back. His new album No Mountains in Manhattan, the album will be released this Friday via XL Recordings. Wiki is also sharing the album's track list today which features fellow New York natives, both legend and novice, including Ghostface Killah, Lakutis, ACAB, Slicky Boy, Your Old Droog and more. Production credits include Ratking's Sporting Life, Tony Seltzer, Kaytranada, Earl Sweatshirt, and Wiki himself.

To coincide with the announcement, Wiki is also sharing his video for "Mayor." On the new track, produced by Tony Seltzer and Alex Epton, Wiki recounts his journey from "little rapper" to "The Mayor," as his music takes him around the world, but always back to the city that raised him. Directed by Matt Lubansky, the video follows Wiki on an unconventional campaign trail as he lobbies for votes from the people of New York.

No Mountains in Manhattan is a journey through the trials and tribulations of a coming to age experience in New York's most populated borough. Entirely crafted in XL's New York City studio, the album is New York to the core -featuring local emcees, from legend to novice. While Wiki's 2015 mixtape, Lil Me, was a snapshot into the youthful energy of an artist on the brink of adulthood, No Mountains in Manhattan finds the now 23-year- old artist facing his demons head on as he tackles topics such as addiction, relationships, identity, and responsibility. No Mountains in Manhattan is an introspective narrative of Wiki's life over the past year – a narrative that all young adults can relate to- a journey of peaks and valleys, of loss and gain, with a conclusion of understanding.

No Mountains in Manhattan
XL Recordings
(August 25th, 2017)

1. Islander (produced by Alex Epton)
2. Mayor (produced by Tony Seltzer)
3. Pretty Bull (produced by Tony Seltzer)
4. Made For This ft. Ghostface Killah (produced by Tony Seltzer and Adrian Lau)
5. Chinatown Swing (produced by Sporting Life)
6. Litt 15 ft. Your Old Droog (produced by DJ Earl Teklife)
7. Face It (produced by Alex Epton with Sly C)
8. Stick Ball (produced by NOLIFE)
9. Elaine (produced by Wiki)
10. Pandora’s Box ft. Evy Jane (produced by Dadras and Sporting Life)
11. Wiki New Written (produced by Earl Sweatshirt)
12. Jalo (produced by Black Mack)
13. Nutcrackers ft. Lakutis (produced by Wiki, Alon Sicherman and Alex Epton)
14. Baby Girl (produced by Kaytranada)
15. NMIM ft. ACAB, Slicky Boy (produced by Tony Seltzer)
16. Leppy Coqui (produced by Alex Epton, Earl Sweatshirt and Tony Seltzer)

Wiki live

15 th September – Urban Spree, Berlin, Germany
22 nd September – The Nines, London, UK


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