Dave has dropped his sophomore album, We’re All Alone in This Together.
The highly-anticipated LP follows the rapper’s 2019 critically acclaimed debut Psychodrama, which explored Dave’s life story as a black man in the UK, his Nigerian ancestry, and his brother’s experiences in the British prison system. It notably features a collaboration with Stormzy: “Clash.”
In an interview with GQ, Dave called We’re All Alone in This Together “the most intricate and complex story from a kid who has just come off the back of all of this tension and perceived success in the general public… delving back into where he is from and where his family is from.”
“There is a magic to it!” he added. “I feel like my first album was a concept, but this is canon.”
Since dropping the album, Dave has taken to Instagram to post a heartfelt message to his fans, friends, and family, expressing his gratitude for their support. “I love you and just like my family, my people and my fellow migrants,” he said in the caption. “Never forget. We were born of the water. But tried in the fire. We’re all alone in this together.”
Listen to We’re All Alone in This Together here: