Rapper Central Cee stuns Scots shoppers by taking mic from busker covering his song

British rapper Central Cee stunned shoppers in Glasgow after he took over the mic belonging to a busker to perform his own song on the street.

Central Cee whose first mixtape Wild West was released in March 2021, and debuted at number two on the UK Album Chart has had over 80 million views online for his tracks like Loading, 6 for 6 and Day in the Life.

And the performer whose real name is Oakley Neil H T Caesar-Su was in the Glasgow to perform to a sell out audience at SWG3 when he decided to explore the city centre shops.

The rapper who has been shopping in places like Foot Asylum was wearing his puffer jacket when he decided to sing over a recorded version of his hit Commitment Issues.

He casually rocked up to the microphone and began rapping over the music much to the delight of onlookers.

His record label GRM shared the video of him on the mic outside TGI Fridays on Buchanan Street.

They wrote: “Looool Central Cee taking over the mic from a busker playing “Commitment Issues” in Glasgow.”

Fans were thrilled and one replied: “Central credit is a baller! Nothing more to say!”

Another added: “Did he give the man change ? No he gave a live performance….”


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