Berwyn Shares New Song And Video “I’d Rather Die Than Be Deported”

Last year saw Trinidad-born, Romford, UK-raised rapper, singer, songwriter and producer Berwyn released his critically-acclaimed debut mixtape DEMOTAPE/VEGA, alongside standalone single “Vinyl” and a sold-out UK tour, his year culminated with an inclusion in the prestigious BBC ‘Sound of’ Poll (and subsequent final placing of number three).
He recently kicked off 2021 with the release of “100,000,000” earlier this month – today he follows up with his stunning new single and accompanying video for “I’d Rather Die Than Be Deported.”

“I’d Rather Die Than Be Deported” is the latest account of BERWYN’s vividly penned memories documenting the journey he took to get to where he is now. When his brother recently asked him if he would genuinely rather die than be deported he replied that “it’s not really about that, it’s about being so below everything that you’re more or less not there. It’s about putting everything so far below ground that you may as well not exist.” The track explores the theme of ‘solitude’ that runs throughout his most recent set of recordings with Berwyn explaining, “without actually saying the words lonely or alone, I’m exploring the details of the situations I found myself in.”