Ghetts and Skepta don't take a backwards step, so it's no surprise that their new collaboration delivers some serious heat.
Ghetts has just dropped his new single, IC3, which talks about the Black experience, and how Back individuals are disproportionately targeted by those in authority.
The track draws its name from the police code for Black suspects and is particularly timely given the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as the countless documented cases of mistreatment of minorities at the hands of the police force.
This year alone has seen the avoidable deaths of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and more, and IC3 gives a voice to those who might not otherwise have one.
IC3 is a classic grime track, with the pair trading bars and verses as they explore the experiences that they've had with authority, as well as those around them. They also take aim at the structures of UK society, and the monarchy. Ghetts spits "Don't tell me to go back where I came from/When the Queen sits there in stolen jewels" while Skepta raps "The Queen offered me the MBE/I said no and I raised my fist".
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IC3 follows on from Mozambique, and both singles will feature on Ghetts' upcoming album, which we're hoping he announces soon. Until then, check out IC3 below. Both artists trade razor-sharp bars on the track, and it's crucial you shut up and listen.