For anyone connected with the music scene in London, Teef is a name that'll be familiar. The Hackney raised hell raiser who's known for his ruckus-inducing live shows and no holds barred attitude, has been a constant figure amongst some of the city's most lively parties and events. It's his closeness with the Tonga Balloon Gang collective that has seen Teef embark on new levels, and inspire him to delve back into his musical side once again.
The result is the Hurry Up And Die EP, a three track rap snack that see's Teef battle across some slick instrumentals produced by fellow Londoner The Last Skeptik. The running time of the EP is just 6 minutes, but what it lacks in length, it certainly makes up for in content, packing an almighty punch within the 360 seconds it has to play with.
Hurry Up And Die is available to stream across all platforms, as well as his Bandcamp and iTunes too.