AJ Tracey, Mabel reunite on UK garage-inspired “West Ten”

A tribute to their hometown of West London.

British rapper AJ Tracey and pop singer Mabel have released their latest collaboration, “West Ten.”

The song marks the second time the pair have worked together, four years after Tracey hopped on a remix of Mabel’s 2016 hit, “Thinking of You.” Co-produced by hitmakers Fred Again and Take a Daytrip, “West Ten” is a UK garage-inspired club banger that pays homage to the duo’s hometown of West London.

Their collab dropped alongside a flashy, neon-lit visual directed by Oliver Jennings and is set in an alternate version of West London. In the clip, Tracey and Mabel hang out with their friends at a convenience store along Ladbroke Grove—a reference to Tracey’s hit single of the same name. “Don’t you know I’m walkin’ away / Now I’m in my own space / Babe you know I ain’t waitin’ for you / And if you don’t want me to stay,” Mabel sings on the infectious chorus.


“This is such an important collaboration for me,” she wrote on Instagram. “Reppin the endz 4eva. West London stand up.”

“West Ten” is the third collaboration AJ Tracey has released in 2020, following the Aitch-assisted “Rain” and “Dinner Guest” featuring MoStack. Earlier this year, he revisited his 2019 self-titled debut with a video for “Zelda.” Mabel, on the other hand, returned with her first solo single, “Boyfriend,” earlier in February.

Watch their video for “West Ten” below:


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