Morrisson has headed out to Zimbabwe to shoot the visuals for his cold new track “Bad Boys”.
Repping the claret and blue of his beloved West Ham, Morrisson kits up the youth of Harare, the country’s capital, in Hammers’ shirts in the video for the hard-hitting track.
The C Dot-produced banger is custom built for Morrisson to shell down on, with the East London rapper “feeling like Tommy Egan” while reflecting on his come up into the rap game.
There’s plenty of hard bars in “Bad Boys”, including an early contender for bar of the decade so far: “I got rich in trap and pretended I did it in rap, they got rich in rap and pretended they did it in trap”.
Tune into the new visuals above and in other music news, listen to Drake do up UK drill in his latest track “War”.