The rapper plays a cocksure boxer, bobbing and weaving in and out of the ring, while his girlfriend - singer Michelle Breeze - urging him to 'sort himself out', provides the counter-punches. After …
Professor Green’s Monster by Henry Scholfield
After Need You Tonight and Just Be Good To Green Henry Scholfield reunites with Pro Green to bring a taste of the ol' grand guignol on Monster, as a young lady enters the rapper's palace of delights and gets rather more than she bargained for.
Filmed at yer actual Carnesky's Ghost Train in Blackpool, nicely shot by Stuart Bentley and richly graded by James Bamford, Scholfield's promo is a gaudy, bawdy and a characteristically lighthearted take on Green's bid for his third Top 5 hit in under six months.
|Director of Photography||Stuart Bentley|
|Production designer||Kem White|
|Sound design||Eddie @ Wave|
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