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All Over the Place (KSI album)

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Jan 11, 2022

All Over the Place is the second studio album by British YouTuber and rapper KSI. It was released by RBC Records and BMG on 16 July 2021.[1][2][3] The album features guest appearances from Future, 21 Savage, Yungblud, Polo G, Anne-Marie, Digital Farm Animals, Craig David, Jay1, Deno, Gracey, Bugzy Malone, Rico Love, Lil Durk, and S-X. The deluxe edition was released on 27 August 2021. It features additional guest appearances from A1 x J1, Nevve, and Lil Wayne.[4][5][6] Production was handled by a variety of record producers, including Digital Farm Animals, S-X, Matt Schwartz, Jacob Manson, Toddla T, Show N Prove, Don Corleon, Jake Gosling, Diztortion, and Quix, among others.

2021 studio album by KSI
All Over the Place
Studio album by

Released 16 July 2021
Length 43:44
Label
Producer
KSI chronology
Dissimulation
(2020)
All Over the Place
(2021)
Singles from All Over the Place
  1. Really Love
    Released: 23 October 2020
  2. Don’t Play
    Released: 15 January 2021
  3. Patience
    Released: 12 March 2021
  4. Holiday
    Released: 18 June 2021
  5. Swerve
    Released: 2 July 2021
  6. Lose
    Released: 6 August 2021
Deluxe edition cover

The album was preceded by the UK top three singles, “Really Love“, “Don’t Play“, “Patience“, and “Holiday“. For the deluxe edition, it was preceded by only one single, “Lose“. The album debuted atop the UK Albums Chart. In promotion, KSI performed a live concert, the KSI show the day after the release of the standard edition. His friends and fellow musicians, such as Digital Farm Animals, S-X, AJ Tracey, and others participated in the event.

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All Over the Place was preceded by four UK top three singles. “Really Love“, featuring English singer-songwriter Craig David and English record producer Digital Farm Animals, was released on 23 October 2020 as the album’s lead single and it debuted at number three on the UK Singles Chart. “Don’t Play“, a collaboration with English singer-songwriter Anne-Marie and Digital Farm Animals, was released on 15 January 2021 as the second single and it debuted at number two on the UK Singles Chart. “Patience“, featuring English singer-songwriter Yungblud and American rapper Polo G, was released on 12 March 2021 as the third single and it debuted at number three on the UK Singles Chart. “Holiday” was released on 18 June 2021 as the album’s fourth single and it debuted at number two on the UK Singles Chart. British rapper Jay1‘s single “Swerve“, which features a guest appearance from KSI, was released as the fifth single on 2 July 2021 and is included on the Platinum VIP edition of the album. The lead and only single for the deluxe edition, “Lose“, a collaboration with American rapper Lil Wayne, was released on 6 August 2021. The song debuted at number 18 on the UK singles chart. KSI later announced that he is set to headline The SSE Arena, Wembley on 25 February 2022 in support of the album. [7]

To accompany the album’s release, KSI headlined a livestream concert titled The KSI Show, which aired on the Moment House platform on 17 July 2021. KSI enlisted the help of Anne-Marie, Big Zuu, Craig David, Deno, Digital Farm Animals, Ella Henderson, Jay1, Nathan Dawe, Randolph, S-X, Swarmz, Tion Wayne and Yungblud as guest performers. AJ Tracey, Dan Bilzerian, Emile Heskey, Jonathan Ross, Logan Paul, Lorraine Kelly and the Sidemen also made guest appearances during the concert.[8]

The KSI Show featured custom-built stages, costume changes and choreography by Black Skull Creative. The show also featured comedy sketches, written by KSI with Joe Chandler, Nick Wegener and James Farmer, who are notable for their work on the American animated sitcom, American Dad![9][10] A pre-show red carpet event, presented by Abbie McCarthy, was livestreamed to KSI’s YouTube channel in the run-up to the main show.[11]

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