Fully grown man Frisco has come a long way since the days of Back 2 Da Lab. First entering the music scene in 2005 as a feature on Skepta's now-legendary posse cut "Private Caller", Big Fris has gone on to make an almost fearful name for himself as one of the toughest rhyme-throwers out there (he's clashed with the likes of Ghetts and Wiley, which shows the type of rapper we're dealing with here). After months of touring with his Boy Better Know crew, and working with everyone from Jamie xx to Chase & Status and Shakka, Frisco released an LP called System Killer just last month and today we're premiering a new video from it. "Them Man There" is the jazz-tinged, Swindle-produced song in question, in which Frisco comes for the badmind ones who have nothing better to do than to hate and talk behind the backs of others.
"We all know 'them man there,'" says Frisco over email. "They come in all shapes and sizes. This track is taken from my new album, System Killer, which is an iconic release for me as it captures the past 18 months of my life—which has been such a crazy and eventful journey." Directed by Chas Appeti, and featuring members of BBK, watch the video exclusively above.