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Central Cee Releases First Single of 2023, “Entrapreneur”

Central Cee is ushering in the year-end with his inaugural solo single. Following the triumph of chart-topping collaborations like “Sprinter” with Dave and the viral “On The Radar” Freestyle featuring Drake, the UK rapper punctuates a stellar year with his latest offering, “Entrapreneur.” Notably, his recent feature on PinkPantheress‘ “Nice to meet you” further solidified his standing in the music landscape.

Clocking in at two-and-a-half minutes, “Entrapreneur” serves as a homage to streetwear and provides a reflective lens into Central Cee’s past and present. The track kicks off with an introduction by fashion entrepreneur Mikey Trapstar, setting the tone for the narrative that unfolds. “The trap still running, it’s never turnin’ off / Different product, same hustle mentality,” declares the opening lines.

In the accompanying music video, Central Cee traverses the landscapes of London and Lapland, delivering the track with raw energy in diverse settings—from a warehouse to a gas station and atop his car.

The chorus of “Entrapreneur” seamlessly references the earlier hit “Sprinter”: “We put the trap in the entrepreneur / All of the time we spent in the field, woulda thought I got me a Ballon d’Or / I’m stackin’, not droppin’ a bag in Dior / Went from a Toyota Yaris to Urus, I still got the same work rate as before (Work rate as before) / Two years that I ain’t been home, seven-hundred and thirty days on tour.”

“Entrapreneur” is available for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music, inviting listeners to delve into Central Cee’s introspective musings. The accompanying music video, with its dynamic visuals, offers a vivid complement to the evocative lyrics. As Central Cee gracefully closes the chapter on 2023, “Entrapreneur” stands as a testament to his continued musical prowess and narrative depth.


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