London rapper Tinie Tempah released a new music video today, shot in Life After Football’s homeground area of Rotterdam.
The Dutch city is, of course, a hub of culture, something clearly recognised by both Tinie and the talented guys down at VERYRARE who shot the video. Whilst the footage may look somewhat like the hip-hop cradle of earth that is Manhattan, it is actually our very own Roffa; ‘The Dutch Manhattan.
The track is something of a return to more hard-hitting music from Tinie, himself, as the Disturbing London rapper raps over a grimey(ish) beat with a clear trap-heavy influence, rather than some of the chart-topping dance music that has seen him become an internationally renowned star. It is also one of the tracks to be included on his forthcoming album ‘Youth’ which is available for pre-order now.
Shout outs to Tinie for the music, our friends at VERYRARE for the visuals and everyone involved for putting a city so close to our hearts on the map once more.