Taz Tron Delix is back with another tour de force of mindbending visuals, this time for JD Reid and Novelist.
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Fred Rowson's video for Bree Runway is an all-too-believeable story of exploitation of young female talent in the pop industry, with a righteous side-order of revenge.
Bree becomes the subject of a photo session with a top photographer, who uses his position to assert increasing levels of control, which ratchets into sexual abuse. But he has messed with the wrong girl.
J Hus, Mercury Prize-nominated for his album Common Sense, explores his time spent in prison in 2015 on the song Spirit. "I wanted a song that could really resonate with people in that situation...I made this one to try to keep everyone’s head up. It’s a purely positive message,” he has said.
In NFTS alumni Shady El-Hamus's video for Cesqeaux & Mightyfools, the chance discovery of a firearm gives two young hoodlums the opportunity to upgrade their criminal activity with immediate results - but ultimately dire consequences.
Hector Dockrill's spare treatment of South London singer RAY BLK’s autobiographical My Hood, where people and scenes loom out of the darkness, serves to focus upon RAY's performance and the reflective lyrical content - and Stormzy's contribution later in the track.
Crooked Cynics has delivered this wacky video for Dutch record producer Vato Gonzalez and London grime artist Doctor, which sees the two artists vibing to their catchy dance track around East Ham Market - while simultaneously overseeing a bingo game for the elderly. It's nuts. And what better way to end the day's proceedings than with a dance party?
British rapper Roots Manuva is on the loose in this comic video for Crying, directed by Helmi.
Daniel Fletcher provides Durrty Goodz & L Dot Man's downtempo grime track with some heartwarming visuals that tell a story of friendship through a love of music. Nostalgic in tone, the video celebrates the humble cassette and its power to forge friendships by being a tool to document everything that seems so captivating when you're young.