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Not3s New Single ‘Just Fine’

Not3s has shared brand new single ‘Just Fine’, the official lead track lifted from his ‘Take Not3s II’ mixtape.

Following a breakthrough year, ‘Take Not3s II’ sees the artist take a confident step forward when it comes to experimenting with deeper sounds and expressive lyrics. The mixtape features collaborations with the likes of Fraser T Smith – renowned for his previous work with Stormzy, Adele and Drake – as well as Maleek Berry on track ‘Sit Back Down’. Other standout songs include ‘Trekked Like Me’ with AJ Tracey and the softer sounding ‘Palm Wine’.


‘Take Not3s II’ has been a musical coming-of-age for the young MC, who first began writing bars back in primary school. Inspired by successful artists like DMX and Usher, he focused on honing his talents and evolving his sound, which now effortlessly blends elements of hip hop, dancehall and R&B.

Growing up in a relatively deprived household, Not3s turned to music to keep him on the right track. It was also during this time that his MC name began to manifest and show significance as not only did it reflect notes as in money and music, but also in the hope that the industry might one day take notice of him – and they soon did following the release of his breakout hit ‘Addison Lee’.

As Not3s embarks on the next exciting chapter of his already remarkable journey, it’s clear to see that he’s just getting started.


  1. Not3s has 1.5 million UK single sales under his belt.
  2. He is the only UK artist since Ed Sheeran to feature on three singles in the top 40 at the same time.
  3. His UK tour featuring a London show at KOKO sold out in less than 15 minutes.
  4. He won Best Breakthrough at the GRM Daily Awards.
  5. He has been nominated for the BBC Sound of 2018, two MOBO Awards, MTV’s Brand New For 2018, Not3s and Best International Artist at the prestigious BET Awards.


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