The Manor Steal The Show In New Visuals For ‘Young Sinatra’ | Music News
South London’s maverick rap trio The Manor undeniably continue to keep the momentous year going as they drop brand new heat in “Young Sinatra”.
This track comes swiftly after their first single of the year “Don’t Go” which has amassed over 120k streams in 2 weeks alone. Similar to last year’s standout release “SWAZZ”, it’s another hard hitter from producer Michael Angelo (Lady Leshurr, Sam Smith and Ella Eyre) from its deep bass and heavy synths to the braggadocious lyrics and all-round macho appeal.
Directed by Elliot Simpson, the latest visuals to come from The Manor see the boys hijack an art exhibition attended by art critics and models and cause mayhem by the end. Exhibiting creative flair inspired by the likes of Hype Williams, it’s another visually enticing and creative release from this exciting rap collective.
The Manor remain in prime position to dominate 2020, swiftly following their UK support tour with The Streets last year and their headline show at The Roundhouse the year before. Over ten million global streams in the last year alone speaks to major hype surrounding the boys and it does not show signs of settling down any time soon.
Watch the video for “Young Sinatra” below: