As arguably the best project of a storied career thus far, London wordsmith Ghetts readies the follow-up to his 2007 release, Ghetto Gospel, and today unveils a visual for lead single "Black Rose", which takes aim at colourism and representation within the black community.

A grime scene stalwart over the years, Ghetts is also no stranger to tackling varying tempos, bringing across a firm and necessary message here over acoustic chords. With an assist from Kojey Radical, himself no stranger to the themes explored, his piercing vocal adds gravity and character to the track and its black and white visuals—which also includes members of the Clarke family.

Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament is out on Sept. 14. Peep the "Black Rose" video above.