Stefflon Don “Island 54” press photo

Pre-save Stefflon Don’s Debut Album, “Island 54,” and Get Ready to be Immersed in an Unforgettable Musical Journey

Stefflon Don (@stefflondon) is a renowned British rapper. Not too long ago, she announced the release of her highly anticipated debut album, “Island 54,” available on June 14th, 2024, via 54 LDN/BMG. Pre-save the album now.

“Island 54” is a fusion of dancehall, rap, afrobeats, amapiano, and R&B, representing the unforgettable vibes of a futuristic private island. As described by the multi-platinum-selling MOBO winner, “Island 54′ is a dream that you do not want to wake up from.” The album includes collaborations with Jamaican royalty, rap heavyweights from both sides of the Atlantic, African superstars, and British pop talent, further reinforcing Stefflon Don’s status as a truly global superstar and one of the iconic, founding female figures of the UK rap scene.

Stefflon Don “Island 54” album

Stefflon Don “Island 54” album cover art

Across its 20 tracks, British rap kings D-Block Europe, Jamaican icon Buju Banton, the late Indian rap trailblazer Sidhu Moose Wala, French R&B star Tayc, Nigerian Afrobeats figures Adekunle Gold and Bnxn are just some of the standouts from the A-list of talent on the record.

Explaining the vision for “Island 54,” Stefflon Don stated: “A futuristic private island. An island that will put you in awe. An island that is magical and can only make you feel high vibrational frequencies. The music on the album represents the unforgettable vibes the island will be giving you: A perfect fusion between Dancehall and Afro.”

With “Island 54,” Stefflon Don solidifies her position as a powerhouse in the music industry. Her ability to seamlessly blend genres, charismatic delivery, and unmatched lyrical prowess have gained her a dedicated fanbase and critical acclaim.

“DILEMMA” (Official Video) – Sidhu Moosewala | Stefflon Don | Steel Banglez

‘Dilemma’ featuring the late Indian rapper Sidhu Moose Wala and super-producers GuiltyBeatz and Steel Banglez is a perfect showcase of Stefflon Don’s UK rap-crossover sound. The track explores love’s trials and tribulations with a tender and heartfelt approach.

“Problems in Paradise” featuring Scottish singer-songwriter James Gillespie delves deep into the complexities of relationships, providing a poignant and emotional track. “Dweet” with Jamaican legend Buju Banton exemplifies Stefflon Don’s trademark heavy-hitting Jamaican sound that has become her signature over the years.

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Stefflon Don “Island 54” press photo

Born in Birmingham to Jamaican parents, Stefflon Don grew up in The Netherlands and London, embracing her diverse cultural background. Her breakout single “Hurtin’ Me” featuring French Montana achieved international success, making her the first British female rapper to be featured on the Rap Caviar playlist and propelling her to stardom.

Stefflon Don has since collaborated with an impressive roster of artists, including Doja Cat, Calvin Harris, David Guetta, and J Balvin, among others. She was recognized by Forbes as a trailblazer in her field, appearing on their prestigious 30 under 30 list.

Stefflon Don “Island 54” album back cover

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