Chef The Rapper has announced the release of the single Payday featuring Katherine Aly this Sunday. The highly anticipated track drops this weekend and is already making waves. We think it’s going to put a smile on your face.

Continuing his rise following his BBC Introducing Scottish Act of the Year nomination in 2023, Chef The Rapper plans to release a new single every month for the next year. Payday is just the first. It’s worth noting that this track earned Chef his prestigious nomination and has gained him airtime on BBC Radio 1.

Funky bass-line

We love the irresistible combination of Payday’s funky bass-line and uplifting disco synths. These elements create a playful and cheeky anthem that celebrates the joy of embracing life. Chef’s energy combines with Katherine’s jazzy vocals to create a dynamic flow that shines throughout.

Chef The Rapper is rightly thrilled about the release of Payday. He shared his excitement, saying, “Everyone who listens to it has a smile on their face…nothing can make me more proud than making people smile.” The song has been teased on Chef’s social media platforms, generating significant interest and anticipation. Chef has been performing the track to packed-out venues in Aberdeen and Edinburgh. He’s also been making waves at Tallinn Music Week in Estonia.

Chef the Rapper continues to impress

Bruno Mars and Pharrell fans will know just what to expect with this track. Chef the Rapper continues to impress with his impactful delivery and charismatic presence. This blend builds a vibe guaranteed to put you in the mood for an epic night out.

Stay tuned to Chef and Katherine‘s social media channels as they unveil a series of content related to the creation of Payday. From behind-the-scenes glimpses to new covers of popular songs and playful reaction videos, their upcoming releases promise to keep you engaged and entertained.

You can pre-save Payday, so it’s ready to listen as soon as it’s released.

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