Example drops brand new album 'We May Grow Old But We Never Grow Up'

The in-demand rappers' eighth studio album features collaborations with established names the likes of JME, Majestic, The Window Kid, Bou and more

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 17th Jun 2022

Rapper, singer, actor, songwriter and record producer, Example has just dropped his latest album project, We May Grow Old But We Never Grow Up.

His eighth long-playing studio release, the new album is his first in two years and features an array of collaborations from both established and rising names, including JME, Majestic, The Window Kid, What So Not, Nono, Local, Westneat, Bou and more. 

A much-loved public figure, as well as a devoted husband and loving father, Example, real name Elliot John Gleave, has been a regular feature within the UK charts for way over a decade. Entertaining multiple generations over the years, his fire still burns bright with an ability to bridge the gap between electronic music, rap and pop.

Breaking into the mainstream back in 2010, with his number one record, Won't Go Quietly, he's since embarked on sold-out tours around the globe, performing on some of the biggest stages in music - from Lattitude Festival to the iconic Glastonbury Festival. Marking his finest chapter yet, the multiple-platinum-selling artist is set for a huge summer in 2022 with more than forty festival shows lined up and a lengthy residency out in Ibiza. 

Listen to the new album in full on the playlist below...




Eager to see this British rap legend live and in the flesh this year? You're in luck! Catch him performing at Electric Woodlands Festival, LooseFest 2022, Colour Clash 2022 and Electric Bay Festival, to name a few. Click or tap - HERE - to discover more.



Check out our What's On Guide to discover even more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.








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