Melbourne rapper 360 (real name Matthew Colwell) has returned with a new song titled ‘God Mode’ in the lead-up to his new album.
Produced by Nic Martin, the new track (below) sees 360 rap about his past drug issues and his hometown while hyping his upcoming album, which earlier this year he said would be called VINTAGÆ MØDERN.
“These past years been a big blur, in poor form, but I’m back now,” 360 raps in ‘God Mode,’ “My arm says keep evolving and I’m upping the level the way I rap, now.”
360 released his latest album, Utopia, back in 2014, and according to his lyrics on ‘God Mode’, the new song won’t feature on his next record. Stream the song’s music video alongside the full lyric sheet, below.
In February, 360 said he had 26 possible new songs in the works for this next album, which is still without an official release date or tracklist.