Following his controversial appearance at this year's NME Awards, Northampton's slowthai has returned in impressive fashion with an aggressive hit-back at the haters with "ENEMY". Kicking off with a clip of 1975's Matt Healy joking about him, slowthai then jumps onto the glitchy, self-produced trap instrumental and fully lets rip.

Thai is being his unapologetic self on the record, claiming that—yes—he mistakes, but he owns them, that he's one of the GOATs of his generation, and that he wants all his haters to keep his name out of their "dirty mouths." In the equally grungy visuals, the creativity is once again there for all see, with the rapper aggressively performing the track in a dark setting with a subtle green light solely focusing on the energy.

Watch the visuals for "ENEMY" above, and be sure to add the song to your playlists.