RV & Headie One – Mob Ties (feat. Monkey)- Mob ties is new hit track released by two versatile artiste named “RV” and “Headie One” featuring “Momkey”.
Adjei experienced childhood with the “notorious” Broadwater Farm lodging home in Tottenham. He is of Ghanaian birthplace. His moniker gets from a youth epithet because of his head’s likeness to a 50p coin. He initially started rapping in his initial teenagers, however just started concentrating on it after his first discharge from jail.
He started discharging music in the mid 2010s under the name Headz, including as a major aspect of a gathering named Star Gang. Likewise part of the gathering was individual Tottenham rapper RV – he and Headie One wound up incessant colleagues, including co-discharging the mixtapes Sticks and Stones (2016) and Drillers and Trappers (2017). Together they shaped piece of OFB, a drill team situated in the Broadwater Farm domain.
In February 2018 Headie One discharged his introduction solo mixtape, The One. This included “Know Better” with RV, which turned into an “underground hit”. In May he was included on “Missing”, a Belly Squad track that crested at number 84 on the UK Singles Chart. This was trailed by another performance mixtape, The One Two, in June 2018, which entered the UK Albums Chart at number 32. In January 2019 his single “18HUNNA”, including Dave, entered the UK outline at number 6 – the most elevated a UK drill craftsman has ever graphed.
Headie One has been detained multiple times, including for managing rocks and heroin. In January 2018 he was apparently assaulted by opponents at the University of Bedfordshire. A video of the attack was posted on Snapchat and afterward YouTube, bringing about a “hard and fast group war.”
In March of that year his show at the Barbican Center was closed somewhere near the Metropolitan Police. The police had already “singled out” his music regarding rising blade wrongdoing in London. In a meeting in April, he guaranteed that “Just a trick would state that drill music is the foundation of the issue of viciousness in the capital.”