‘Lego’ by Milk Kan featuring Emily Capell will be released on 4th December via Blang Records and marks the transformation of the former indie touring band into the multi-layered solo and collaborative career of songwriter and poetic force, Scrappy Hood.

 The song is about a relationship break-up and was originally written as a duet that featured on Milk Kan’s last album Junk Shop but without the intended female vocal part.

 Milk Kan rose to fame as an innovative South London indie-hip-hop force around 2006 with chart success in the shape of debut single ‘Bling Bling Baby’, championed by the likes of Steve Lamacq and Chris Moyles on Radio 1.

 Following the release of Junk Shop and tours with ska-punks The King Blues, the Milk Kan band hit something of a meltdown. However, residencies at Soho’s legendary 12 Bar Club drew some iconic acts in the years to follow, including the Television Personalities, Attila The Stockbroker, Kid Carpet, Black Daniel, Holly Cook, an early incarnation of The Fat White Family, not to mention the full blown dub sound system of the Prince Fatty ensemble.

Watch the video for ‘Lego’ below:


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