M1llionz fans can look forward to his debut mixtape, Provisional Licence, landing on September 17 (next month). Twelve powerful cuts will accompany the project, as well as features by AJ Tracey, Headie One, Lotto Ash, and Jevon.
Yesterday (August 19), M1llionz continued his momentum with “Regular Bag,” a song produced by Jevon and HONEYWOODSIX, telling listeners that his cash flow has become anything but:
“Regular Bag” comes with an accompanying clip that shows M1llionz driving around a warehouse in a Rolls Royce Cullinan, which was directed by Kelvin Jones. Despite remaining in the same location, the Birmingham deejay and his crew manage to keep the video’s street-oriented theme throughout with direct references.
As far as singles are concerned, “Regular Bag” follows what feels like a championship run from M1llionz. In the past year, we’ve heard tracks including “B1llionz,” “Y PREE,” “LAGGA,” “Experience” with SkengTrapMob, Tugz, and Mwoo, “BADNIS,” and “How Many Times,” only the last one and the latter two of which did make the cut. His contributions are also heard on songs such as “Pounds and Dollars” with Cashh, “Versus” with SL, and “Olé (We Are England)” with Krept & Konan, S1lva, and Morrisson.