M1llionz Takes to the Streets with Wray & Nephew’s ‘Mad Ah Road’ Series Showing Support for his Community and Where it All Began

Elle Evans

By Elle Evans

Elle Evans

25 Jun 2021

Wray & Nephew launches ‘Mad Ah Road’, a brand-new series using freestyle and documentary content to showcase its favourite artists and the ‘villages’ that raised them.

Kick starting the series is Birmingham’s very own M1llionz. Touring his ends, he showcases his Jamaican roots, the community that supported him growing up, and provides raw and authentic stories about his upbringing.

Since bursting onto the scene back in 2019, M1llionz has swiftly flown to the forefront of British Rap with a slew of boast-worthy singles including “North West”, “BX19”, “Y PREE”, “Lagga”. Gaining recognition from the likes of international hit-maker Drake, the Birmingham native has proved himself as a force to be reckoned with. Reputable for his dynamic flows, unapologetic bars, all-round charisma and Jamaican spin, his artistry has become a breath of fresh air for many up and down the nation.

Introducing the episode with a freestyle in memory of his friend Major, M1llionz’s signature flows and hard pen-game take centre stage before reconvening with him and fellow 10% artists Tugz and M Woo in what they refer to as their hood.

We are welcomed into the world of M1llionz as we follow him around the streets of Birmingham – from his barbers to a studio session and finally Birmingham’s favourite Jamaican food spot, Russell’s. We’re also treated to an impromptu FaceTime call with the one and only Popcaan.

Watch the full episode of M1llionz’s ‘Mad Ah Road’ with Wray & Nephew above.

Stay tuned for the second episode dropping in the next week when Wray & Nephew take a trip to spotlight another well-known artist 👀