Ipswich duo Brotherhood – made up of brothers Menace and Blaze – have provided us with a new set of visuals for their latest track, “Messiah Complex” with UK hip-hop icon Lowkey.
Menace and Blaze set the tone on this track by taking on the JBJ-made beat with some introspective lyrics, speaking openly on their flaws and desires in life. Lowkey follows suit with an inward-looking verse towards the end, providing listeners with some food for thought.
The visuals for the song are as deep as the song and capture Lowkey as he shows Menace and Blaze around the surrounding areas of the tragic Grenfell Tower fire.
In the description for the video, Brotherhood said: “We wrote Messiah Complex with Lowkey in mind, in hope that he might share an insight of what it must be like to live in his head… And he delivered.
“It was a pleasure to meet and work with this legend. A bucket list song for us. We hope you like it.
This isn’t the first time Brotherhood and Lowkey have teamed up on a track as the two acts came together on the “McDonald Trump” remix earlier this year, which was released to mark Donald Trump leaving office.
Check out the visuals for “Messiah Complex” above.