Over the weekend footage emerged of Ghett’s being detained by police. He uses his new track to address his encounter with the authorities.

Bringing us back to the DIY filming of early grime, the video is filmed through the lens of an old-fashioned cam-corder. Blue-wash lighting is used throughout the video to represent the blue-lights of the British police force and their infiltration into all aspects of Ghett’s life. The camera flicks between the safety of Ghett’s bedroom and his exterior, where Ghett’s is rapping by fences and containers. The video is simple but visually aesthetic.

Released on GRM Daily, you can find the video here: