Aimin' is the debut single by British-Jetanie grime rapper Black Card for his upcoming debut album, Death Penalty. The single features verses from Missy Robins, Flavia, Tirade and Kool Teazer, with adlibs performed by DJ Shoe. The single was released on 6 April 2018.
Aimin' was produced by British musicians Skeamz and Dexplicit.
Black Card confirmed Aimin' and its release date to the public on 4 April 2018. At the same time, he also confirmed his debut album, Death Penalty.
Aimin' focuses on a different perspective for each of the five rappers, who are all aiming for something:
- Black Card is new to the scene, and has managed to earn minor commercial success by being featured on "Successive" and releasing a mixtape. He is aiming for global recognition, proving that he will not be a one-hit wonder.
- Missy Robins is hoping to get back on track after being completely irrelevant for several years.
- Flavia has received a lot of media attention since she was signed to Favelopia in 2010, and wants to make sure she does not fall off anytime soon!
- Tirade started his career as a profanity-laced hype man, but has since started to become a child-friendly pop artist. He is aiming for an in between line.
- Kool Teazer began his career in the mid-2000s, and although he has still been releasing media since, his popularity level has decreased. He is hoping to get back to the level he was at a decade ago.
The music video for Aimin' was premiered on Channel AKA in the United Kingdom on 7 April 2018.
- "Aimin'" (Radio edit)
- "Aimin' Riddim"
- Main article: Aimin'/Lyrics
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