Ten Dixon looks to Ghana for light-hearted 'Knock Knock' visuals


On Friday, Greenwich MC Ten Dixon unveiled some distinctive visuals for his Coco-produced single "Knock Knock" – a three-minute anthem about showing up on your opp's doorstep, which was first released back in March.

Rather than going down the predictable avenue of starring in the video himself and shooting it in South London, Dixon has instead delegated all the acting roles to a group of Ghanian children. In the light-hearted video, filmed by Lisa Mildner and edited by Shannon Parkes, we get a glimpse into some West African landscapes, interspersed with clips of the kids teasing their elders with a game of knock down ginger. The swear words in the song have been censored, adding to the innocuous nature of this distinctive video.

"Knock Knock" is out now via streaming services. Watch the video below, and find Ten Dixon on Twitter and Instagram for more updates.