Slowthai has delivered yet another powerful performance in the video for "Rainbow". Directed by The Rest, the captivating visual is concept-rich — focusing on the stereotypical perception society has towards those from a mixed cultural background, here we see Slowthai rise up from the place all humans are made equal: the grave. A brief confrontation with the feds (and a cameo from the TGF guys) stall a haunting transition as the MC transforms into a wild ape. This idea interweaves British culture with the original methodology behind the original King Kong movie—a film that was never just about a giant ape.

We see the Empire State Building substituted for Big Ben, an iconic British landmark. But there's a subtle irony in all of this: Slowthai, a wild ape, is now on top, with the powers that line the walls of the Houses of Parliament down below. In his powerful uprising, Slowthai breaks free from the shackles society has cast upon his ankles — but an oppressed Slowthai must have his downfall, proving that not every rainbow has a pot of gold at the end, with him getting shot and falling to his untimely demise.

This one's for the culture. Watch above.