'Can't Take This No More / Rise Up' Out Now

The Bug - 'Can't Take This No More / Rise Up' Out Now

The Bug's first single from his Acid Ragga label, Can't Take This No More / Rise Up, is out now / 18 September (NA) and available to buy on 7" at the Ninjashop.

You can see the full artwork for the single above, and listen to a preview clip of "Rise Up" feat. Inga Copeland of Hype Williams below. 



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