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19 September 2012, 09:02 | Updated: 19 September 2012, 09:30
The 'Say Nothing' rapper has confirmed the second cut to be lifted from his fourth studio record.
Example has announced that upcoming album track 'Close Enemies' will serve as the second single to be released from his new record 'The Evolution Of Man'.
The 'Changed The Way You Kissed Me' rapper confirmed the news on Twitter this week fresh from his performance for iTunes Festival on Monday evening (17th September), after performing the song live on stage at the Camden Roundhouse.
"iTunes Festival was a lot of fun last night," Example tweeted yesterday (18th September). "Thanks to everyone who came down to watch and those who watched online.
"The new song we performed was 'Close Enemies', which will be my next single and is premiering on the radio next week," the 'Midnight Run' rapper revealed."
Example's iTunes Festival performance was praised by the likes of Wretch 32 and One Direction's Niall Horan, who were both in attendance for his headline set.
Check out a picture of Example performing at iTunes Festival 2012 below:
Example will release his fourth studio album 'The Evolution Of Man' on 18th November, and is set to embark on a brand new arena tour across the UK from February 2013.