Today, up-and-coming duo Makola share the visuals for their hard-hitting single "Black Man Statues". BBC Radio 1's MistaJam and Huw Stephens have already given it their stamp of approval, but the video takes things to a whole other level, featuring a masked damsel who's fighting to express herself and a real look at the disenfranchised people of Britain.
Speaking to Complex over email about the grime-tinged track, Makola explained: "This video is us taking you through our world; the things we see and the things encounter. 'Black Man Statues' isn't particularly tied down to a specific race, but more about real and static depictions of culture within London. How will we be depicted in the future? All we can hope for are honest representations, and as long as diversity is captured and celebrated, our generation's story shall be told and celebrated for evolving a sense of humanity and community. We're all Black Man Statues, really and truly."
Watch the gripping video exclusively above.