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Stefflon Don Shares Tiggs Da Author Collaboration Pretty Girl From New Mixtape 'Secure'

Wednesday, 08 August 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Stefflon Don has shared Pretty Girl, a collaboration with Tiggs Da Author.

It will feature on her new mixtape, 'Secure', which is due out via 54 London on August 17 and will also feature guest appearances by DJ Khaled and Future, among others.

The track is a dancehall summer banger, with South London/Tazmanian artist Tiggs taking care of the chorus and Don the majority of the verses. It follows on nicely from Senseless, stepping back from the fiery likes of 16 Shots, from 2016's 'Real Ting', while remaining vital.

In a statement about the track, she said: "It was sick working with Tiggs Da Author and creating Pretty Girl with him, it’s 100% a summer jam.”

Stefflon Don's next UK show will be a set at London's SW4 Festival on August 26.





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