After a years long wait, Grime rapper Skepta’s highly anticipated album Konnichiwa is finally set to drop in just a few days on May 6th. Just ahead of that release however, the London-based artist has decided to share a new music video for his single “Man (Gang)” with the world. The video is definitely lo-fi, adopting the classic look of earlier ’90s camcorder filmed clips, and finds Skepta and his posse tearing it up at an underground party somewhere across the pond.
The track itself is a banger that rips along in the imitable Grime style. In the song, Skepta tackles with a number of themes, including his increased profile as a public figure, “Told me you was a big fan/But the first thing you said when you saw me was can I get a pic for the ‘gram?/I was like ‘Nah sorry man/I only socialize with the crew and the gang.'”
Check out the new clip above.