Once again, GRM are back with the best videos of the week, the only list you need to be checking for your weekly dosage of sick visuals. After displaying a little bit of overseas talent on last weeks list, this week we’re back with an exclusively British ting. Check out our guy Griff‘s 5 best music videos of the week below!
Sir Spyro – Side By Side (ft. Big H, Bossman Birdie & President T)
Veteran DJ Sir Spyro low key dropped a banger back in June, when he released his single “Side By Side” alongside Bloodline members Big H, Bossman Birdie and President T. Now he’s headed across the pond to give Fader the premiere of the video, which has arguably the best creative direction on a Grime video in a while. Watch it below and ride ride ride for North London.
Chip – My Bruddaz (Remix ft. Jme & Lethal Bizzle)
With the second installment of his ‘Believe & Achieve’ EP series coming on November 27th, Chip takes some time out of his recent beefs to link up with two more of his bruddaz. Jme and Lethal Bizzle join him in the light toned video to skank on the remix of Chip’s latest tune.
Section Boyz – Flashy Things
The South’s adlib kings, Section Boyz, are back in the trap with a brand new video. Taken from their bumping debut album ‘Don’t Panic’, they release a menacing video to their ode to gyals who love “Flashy Things”, mobbing through out.
President T – Kill Off Killy
To celebrate Halloween, Bloodline member Prez T is back on our list with a spooky new visual. Unbelievably, the Grime veteran has never released a full album, with his debut ‘Stranger Returns’ dropping soon. If this first Jme-produced Meridian taste is anything to go by – filled with ghosts, Guy Fawkes and more – then we are more than gassed to see what the LP has to offer.
Loyle Carner – Ain’t Nothing Changed
Another South London talent, although one completely antithetical to the talents currently blowing up, Loyle Carner makes dope Hip-Hop. This week he released the video to his latest single ‘Ain’t Nothing Changed’, with a crazy concept. Putting himself quite literally in the place of his future self, Loyle reflects on how, still, ain’t nothing changed.
Curator: Alex Griffin