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Gidea Park rapper hopes to get fans singing with new summer single

PUBLISHED: 15:00 24 July 2018

Romford rapper Absonetti filmed his 2018 summer tune at the beach in Southend. Picture: Andrew Williams

Romford rapper Absonetti filmed his 2018 summer tune at the beach in Southend. Picture: Andrew Williams

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A Gidea Park rapper hopes listeners will enjoy his “energetic” summer tune for 2018.

Absonetti spent some time at the beach in Southend to film his summer song, No Claims which was released last weekend (Saturday, July 21).

He told the Recorder: “It’s a summer story about a girl who knows that my heart is in the right place but just needs that little bit more time make sure that it’ll work out.”

Absonetti knew that this was going to be his song for the summer since January when he first recorded it.

“I just want to spread the good summer vibes and this is a nice melodic, energetic type of song,” he added.

Romford rapper Absonetti filmed his 2018 summer tune at the beach in Southend. Picture: Andrew WilliamsRomford rapper Absonetti filmed his 2018 summer tune at the beach in Southend. Picture: Andrew Williams

Absonetti has several performances planned over the summer, including his Birthday Bash in Clacton on August 18.

He will also be performing the summer single live at Kosho in Romford on Monday, July 30.

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