Consisting of fifteen tracks, and including features from the likes of Kelis and Wretch 32, as with his previous releases, Reason to Smile continues to explore themes of love, black identity, politics, masculinity, and family. Combining spoken word poetry, jazz, hip-hop, and grime, Radical's debut ….
A raw, poetic scholar in the purest form, Kojey Radical has teased his debut full-length LP like one would a soap opera cliff-hanger. Radical's latest work reads like an exploration of the Black British experience in musical form. Oscillating somewhere between socially conscious brainstorms and bravado-filled outbursts, Radical feels more musically liberated than ever before.