We got London on da Track. The distinct drop can be heard on anthemic singles from Tyga ("Hookah"), T.I. ("About the Money"), Rich Homie Quan ("They Don't Know"), Young Thug ("Check"), as well as a slew of hits from Rich Gang, the group comprised of Thug, RHQ, and Birdman. Where "Lifestyle" was arguably 2014's biggest rap song, London Holmes' domination didn't stop there. From 2015 until now, the 26-year-old Atlanta native became the main producer for Thug's critically acclaimed Slime Season mixtapes, collaborated with Drake and 21 Savage on "Sneakin'," and teamed up with Dae Dae for their The DefAnition mixtape. Not to mention London has worked with Lil Wayne, Jeezy, 50 Cent, Gucci Mane, French Montana, Jeremih, and many others. His growing resume establishes him as a well-connected industry playmaker, who has created an in-demand sound made up of his signature bounce, a singular mood, and moving keys.
Adding to his accomplishments is his new single "No Flag" featuring Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, and Offset. "Nicki did one of her best verses that I ever heard in my life," London says of the moody "No Flag," where he envisioned younger MCs rhyming with Nicki as she asserts her place as hip-hop's top female in the game.