Swindle Rounds Up Kojey Radical, Loyle Carner And JNR Williams For Infectious "Lost"

Swindle Rounds Up Kojey Radical, Loyle Carner And JNR Williams For Infectious "Lost"

July 01, 2021

Following the dazzling grime-jazz combination of Ezra Collective and Jme on "Quest For Coin II", Swindle is back with another group of genre-defying collaborators for "Lost", which features Kojey Radical, Loyle Carner and JNR Williams.

Swindle's precise production consists of funk-inspired bass lines, and soaring brass, strings and ad libs, which create the fitting backdrop for Kojey and Loyle Carner to swap conversational bars between themselves. Touching on themes of success and loss, the enticing vocals of East London native JNR Williams on the chorus adds a lighter texture compared to the low hums of the two rappers.

Speaking on "Lost", Swindle says: "This song for me is about integrity and features artists who I feel have great amounts of it. Kojey and I have worked together many times before and Loyle I have always been a big fan of. This is the first time they have ever been on a track together so it's a great honor, with JNR Williams' voice really tying it all together."

Despite being their first collaboration, the undeniable chemistry between Kojey, Loyle Carner and JNR Williams in "Lost", paired with Swindle's production, is what brings this track to life. Having previously collaborated with a surplus of artists and musicians, ranging from D Double E and Ghetts to Amaarae and Mahalia, among many others, it's fair to say that Swindle has the formula to create music that stands the test of time.

Get into "Lost" below.

Words: Blessing Borode
Photography: Felix.AAA