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Central Cee Returns With Reflective And Emotive New Offering ‘Me And You’

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Central Cee is impossible to ignore. After dominating the airwaves with his hit single “Let Go,” the West London hailing musician returns with a surprise offering – new single “Me And You.”

On “Me And You” Cench showcases his more romantic side, declaring his loyalty to a loved one. It’s an addictive ear-worm of a track that can sit alongside his more heart-felt releases, such as the aforementioned “Let Go,” “Commitment Issues,” and platinum viral hit “Obsessed With You.”

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Produced by EY and co-produced by Razor, the single showcases Cench’s inimitable flow, punctuated by an expertly chosen sample – the iconic American singer songwriter and record producer, Donell Jones’ “Shorty Got Her Eyes On Me.” It’s a moment of reflection amongst the young rapper’s hectic lifestyle and a declaration of devotion.

“We ain’t gotta worry about nobody else it’s, Me and You” Cench begins, before admitting that “love is a contagious feeling.”

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A platinum-selling global phenomenon, Central Cee has reached a truly poignant moment in his career, with high anticipation around his every move. Having concluded the UK and EU leg of his “Still Loading World Tour” with a sold-out and critically lauded moment at Alexandra Palace (live streamed by Amazon), Cench is now finishing the tour in America and Canada.


Wed 15 Feb: Bottom Lounge, Chicago
Thursday 16 Feb: The Phoenix Theatre, Toronto
Sat 18 Feb: Theatre Corona, Montreal
Sun 19 Feb: Theatre Corona, Montreal
Wed 22 Feb: Big Night Live, Boston
Thu 23 Feb: Irving Plaza, New York
Sat 25 Feb: The Loft, Atlanta, GA
Tues 28 Feb: The New Parish, Oakland, CA
Wed 1 March: The Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles

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