Late last month, grime veteran Flowdan dropped his new LP Full Metal Jacket and now we've got the latest set of visuals, this time for project highlight "Level" with his friend and frequent collaborator Irah.
The last time we heard from the pair as a unit was last year for the anthemic "Bodybag", and hearing them back in the studio is a more than welcome return. Produced by Filthy Gears, "Level" sees Flowdan and Irah pick up where they left off with raw, guttural bars over a sinister, late night grime riddim from the in-demand producer. Taking that vibe to the next level, the menacing video tracks the MCs in an abandoned church, filling the cavernous space with their huge voices and boundless energy.
Speaking with Complex via email, Flowdan explained his thoughts behind the new LP: "Full Metal Jacket is about survival after the Disaster Piece. I wanted to play with the metaphorical idea of people as soldiers in a post-Disaster Piece world who might need a full metal jacket (bullet) or two to survive."