Professor Green unveils new song Back on the Market
Professor Green has debuted his new song 'Back on the Market' which seemingly deals with his split from ex-wife Millie Mackintosh.
The 32-year-old rapper and the former 'Made In Chelsea' star split in February this year, and since then the 'Read All About It' musician has kept the details of their divorce under wraps.
He has now premiered the fresh track - produced by Zdot - on UK station BBC Radio 1Xtra which is littered with "C-words" and features the lyric "I don't miss any x's", seemingly a reference to Millie, and he also raps that he's now "having a party ... Like Jamie Vardy".
Green - real name Stephen Manderson - also raps that he's back to "p**s on your parade" and to "ruffle feathers" and he also takes aim at his former record label Virgin in the song spitting: "Virgin ain't the label that pays me."
The hip hop star is now on Relentless Records / Sony).
Green took to Instagram on Monday (12.09.16) to posts a series of photos relating to the track with one captioned: "**NEW MUSIC**#BACKONTHEMARKET (sic)"
The single has dropped just days after Millie, 27, was seen desperately trying to catch the bridal bouquet at a wedding she was attending in Italy. The custom of catching the bouquet suggests that the guest who manages to grab the flowers should be the next to get married.
Since her divorce from Green, Millie has rekindled her romance with former love Hugo Taylor, who she says she is "very happy" with.
Speaking previously, the beauty said: "Hugo's great. I'm great. I'm very happy. That's all that I can say."
The 'Just Be Good To Green' hitmaker had vowed to keep a "dignified silence" in the wake of the separation.
He said: "You know what I think the best approach with any matter that personal is a dignified silence when there is another party involved. I never intended to monetise my relationship."
Now though, the rapper has confirmed that his new music will feature details about his relationship with Millie.
Asked if Millie would be unhappy with the lyrical content of his forthcoming LP, Green replied: "I think that can be assumed. But I'm not worried about that.
"People assume they know me and they know the box I fit into but I grew up rapping a totally different way. I hope people will let me release the music and the style that I want. I'm not going to be nice just to sell records."