UK rap titan Blade Brown has shared the visuals for his Knucks collab cut, "Harrods". 

One of the many standout tracks on Blade's Bags & Boxes 4 (which was one of our best albums of 2019), "Harrods" sees both Blade and Knucks perform in back-to-back fashion as the rap OG and featured up-and-comer unite their unique lyrical styles.

"'Harrods' is a song with a talented young guy called Knucks who also produced the beat," Blade told us recently. "He's from North London and he's still a bit slept-on, but yeah: Harrods, that's where we shop, that's the lifestyle. It's a big part of our culture—going to Harrods and spending that bread and getting the drip! That's where we get the drip from so, obviously, I had to make a song about that kind of thing."

In the accompanying visuals, the pair keep with the theme of the song in stylish fashion as they perform their laid-back rap cut in a number of lavish locations.

Watch the video for "Harrods" above and revisit Bags & Boxes 4 here.