This video is a masterpiece, putting together little fragments of the Afro-Caribbean culture and daily life in UK. With a hypnotic, captivating downtempo beat, electro dub effects reminiscent of Rhythm & Sound and stunning vocal deliveries this track/music video be can already considered a cult.
This track is featured in the ‘Grand Funk Hustle’ that came out earlier this tear from Bristol’s Digital Soundboy imprint. DJ/producers Break (owner of Symmetry records) and Die, mostly known in the d’n’b circles, pay homage to the roots – the dub originators – with a unique and refreshing approach. The stunning vocals are courtesy of MC Fats and spoken word/roots rapper Buggsy.
This cult video was directed, shot and edited by freelancer Tom Swindell, who is specialized in filming communities in UK. A great collaboration overall.
Peace & Dub man!