Knucks Drops 'Alpha Place' Deluxe & Teases 'Knuckles' Documentary
Author: Tom Dingley | Monday 12th December 2022
Knucks is back to deliver a brand new deluxe version of his MOBO award winning 'Alpha Place' and announce a brand new documentary titled 'Knuckles'.
Knucks has been in a rich vein of form this year, with the release of his project 'Alpha Place' which saw him win Album of the Year at the MOBO awards, and now he has dropped a deluxe version of the project which features two new tracks - one of which being 'Lucious' featuring Kwengface - and the other being a brand new track titled 'Don't Look Up'. This version of the album is available to stream right now, and you can check it out right via all major digital outlets including Apple Muasic and Spotify.
Along with the brand new deluxe version of the album, Knucks has also dropped a trailer which teases a brand new documentary which is titled 'Knuckles'. Directed by Lauren Luxenberg and Alfie Barker, and produced by Untold Studios, the documentary follows his critically acclaimed album release ‘Alpha Place’ in May of this year. Inspired by the project, the two part documentary kicks off on the 19th December and is set to talk about Knucks' rise to where he is now, and how he got there.