Stormzy's producer Fraser T Smith on the rapper's second album: "It's going to be an incredibly exciting journey"

The producer says there's "so much more Stormzy can give".

Fresh from winning two BRIT Awards at this year's ceremony, it seems Stormzy is wasting no time on getting new music out.

Stormzy's debut album Gang Signs & Prayer became the first pure Grime album to reach Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart, spawning three Top 10 singles and scooping the Album of the Year prize at the 2018 BRITs. A year on, it looks like new music is on the horizon.

Speaking to Music Week, music producer Fraser T. Smith, who worked with Stormzy on his debut, has said that upcoming music he has worked on is "incredibly exciting".

"We've talked about doing the same thing in terms of the way that we're going to work," he said. "With this kind of momentum, I'm keen to have the same kind of involvement because there's so much more Stormzy can give.

"We did some writing sessions at the end of the year and his singing voice, the delivery of his raps, his musicality, there's no way he's going to be just recycling Gang Signs & Prayer - it's going to be an incredibly exciting journey and an incredibly exciting sophomore album."

Stormzy was one of the big winners at the 2018 BRITs, picking up Best British Male in addition to winning in the album category. Dua Lipa also picked up two awards, while others winners included Gorillaz, Foo Fighters, Harry Styles and Rag'n'Bone Man. Look back at the night here

Gang Signs & Prayer finished 2017 as the year's tenth biggest album, while also being the third biggest debut record behind LPs from Rag'n'Bone Man and Liam Gallagher. Look at the UK's bestselling debut albums of last year here.

Watch Stormzy celebrating his chart-topping album with last year below.

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