Michael Omari, who goes by the name Stormzy, is one of the UK's biggest hip-hop and grime artists as well as one of this year's main acts at the Way Out West festival.
Aden x Asme talks about how the collaboration came about and what British artists they want to collaborate with in the future.
This is not the first time the duo from Hammarkullen have collaborated with a British artist. Aden x Asme released earlier in their music career the song Pull up with artist Afro B."Then I know it's good"
Stormzy tells how it went for him.
- I was called in by my manager, then I know it's just good, says Stormzy with a big smile.
The artists are different in their ways but unite in their music. The language barrier does not seem to be a problem as the duo Aden x Asme uses the English language in his rap.
Stormzy's music is different from other hip hop. Grime is a sub-genre influenced by the UK garage and most importantly is the voice of the rapper over a low pitch and bass. According to Stormzy, Aden x Asme's music can work everywhere.