Octavian has recorded a collaboration with Gorillaz for their ongoing project 'Song Machine'.
Gorillaz are set to release a collaboration with rapper Octavian.
And now, they've taken to Twitter to tease the next offering by sharing a 14-second clip of the track.
They simply captioned the post: ''Coming up on Song Machine @OctavianEssie.''
'Song Machine' kicked off in January with 'Momentary Bliss' with rapper slowthai and and punk rock duo Slaves, followed by 'Désolé' with Fatoumata Diawara, 'Aries' with Peter Hook and Georgia, and 'How Far?' featuring Skepta, which was a tribute to late drummer, Tony Allen.
The upcoming track is the first from Octavian since March, when he teamed up with Skepta on 'Papi Chulo'.
The pair have hooked up before, with Skepta spitting bars on 'Bet' from Octavian's mixtape 'Endorphins', which was released after he was crowned the winner of the BBC Sound of 2019 poll.
The 24-year-old French-British star - whose real name is Oliver Godji - became the first rapper in 15 years to be honoured with the prestigious accolade.
He said of the feat at the time: ''That's lit. I don't even know how to feel right now ... Mum, I made it!''
As for Gorillaz, Damon previously revealed that he has new material ready for Gorillaz' next record, but that he is putting the new LP and touring on hold until ''maybe 2028''.
He said in October 2018: ''We're going to have to even it out.
''Since there wasn't much time between these recent two records it's probably going to be another 10 years.
''Mid-September 2028, so please come and see us now.''
Gorillaz's last record was June 2018's 'The Now Now', which featured music legend George Benson and hip-hop superstar Snoop Dogg.
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