Nottingham MCs Young T & Bugsey put their best feet forward in this stylishly-shot video for Greenlight directed by Dir.Lx and Jeaniq, that swings between nightclub, studio and street.
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From Stormzy's incorrigible charisma, leading 350 young fans in a singalong, to the portraits of British households in their diversity, to the incredibly moving shared moment of silence, in memory of victims of tragedy, Nez Khammal has created a remarkable visual poem to life in London in 2017.
Youthclub are back with this video for Suspect, who seems like a charming fellow.
Ashley Walters becomes Asher D once again to join Star.One and P Money for some lyrical badinage on We Run The Show, and Ray Fiasco's very watchable, old school video does a great job in capturing the action.
Dizzee Rascal is a geezer not to be messed with in Romain Chassaing's video for Bop N Keep It Dippin. So when a young accountant rips off Dizzee's vicious yet somewhat careless gangster, it sets off an epic chase, involving eye-watering identity changes and blood-curdling violence as the accountant is hunted all over the world by Dizzee's goons.
Taz Tron Delix is back with another tour de force of mindbending visuals, this time for JD Reid and Novelist.
Broken Antenna's video for Slick Don's Highs and Lows sees him roam the streets of a near future dystopian London, where property prices and luxury flats have priced out the poor to slums on the outskirts of an intimidating city of glass.
Stormzy does a victory lap of his London home, and with the help of DAPS he suberts some classic grime video tropes along the way.
A mashup of performances from various corners of London and in various garments, Stormzy dominates the screen in every shot. Instead of the video being a complete boys' club, Stormzy celebrates his all-girl crew in the video too - including Ray BLK.