BRADFORD rap group Bad Boy Chiller Crew have released their latest single, titled Don’t You Worry About Me.

The viral sensations – Kane, GK and Clive – have put the song out on streaming services as they look to build on their success as masters of catchy bassline tracks and internet jokers.

Available on streaming platforms, the song features a chorus performed by a female singer as well as their usual verses about life in Bradford and getting up mischief and is available to listen to on their YouTube channel.

Warning - the song features strong language some people may find offensive

The video for the song features the group galivanting around a field in a 4x4 and on quad bikes performing doughnuts and tricks, as well as scenes in a hot tub joined by glamorous models and in their countryside retreat with a pool table and drinks, and is due to be uploaded on YouTube shortly.

It is the group’s latest release, following Get Out My Head released last month, Needed You at the end of 2020, and their debut album Full Wack No Brakes, which was released earlier last year.

It’s been a whirlwind 18 months for the friends from the city who have risen from performing comedy skits and pranks on social media to become bonafide recording artists in their own right, receiving primetime plays on national radio and have been signed by Relentless Records and Sony Music.

They have grown an audience of just shy of 600,000 fans on Facebook, as well as 260,000 followers on Instagram and 127,000 subscribers on YouTube.