Ghetts + Kojey Radical – Black Rose | Music Video


Ghetts is renowned by many as one of the best rappers and wordsmiths to come out of the UK and with every project, he further stakes the claim. Seven years after one of his most acclaimed projects Ghetto Gospel, Ghetts announced recently that we shall be seeing a follow up soon.


With that comes a brand new powerful single and video to match as he teams up with another thematic rapper in Kojey Radical for “Black Rose“.


As Ghetto Gospel served as a departure from his more fiery demeanour for a more mellow approach, the first single from Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament also follows suit. Ghetts’ flow is purely poetic, gracing the guitars and muffled backing vocals as with Kojey Radicals captivating sounds which fill the chorus. Ghetts uses this song to address a number of uses, from colourism to black female empowerment and representation within the black community.


The visual accompaniment is artistic and graceful. Fittingly a black and white affair, it features members of Ghetts family, including what appears to be his little girl. It’s a family orientated visual, spliced with clips of black family units and Kojey’s interpretive dance. Heartwarming to say the least.



Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament is out on September 14.



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