Any of the four tracks taken from Flowdan's new release could have had a video shot for them. They're all high quality, proper grime tracks. Track two, "Blackout", is the latest to receive a visual. The ever-present Nasty Jack provides the hook over a Teddy production, and Flowdan's SpentShell Records protégé GHSTLY XXVII lends his vocals to the track for a surprisingly short eight-bar verse. The young West London MC seems to have pulled a Wiley and is absent from the Ruffy-directed video, but these sinister visuals make up for it.
Watch the video for "Blackout" below. The One Shell Fits All EP is out now on Apple Music and Spotify.