D Double E drops visual for ‘Jackuum’ album cut ‘Flatmate’
Last summer D Double E released his highly anticipated, debut album, Jackuum and now he marks the end of the project’s run with a crispy visual for ‘Flatmate’.
Throughout the song the Newham General unleashes a barrage of reload ready bars over a trumpet laden, eerie Swifta Beater production and the video mirrors the greazy track, with a menacing themed D Double taking centre stage. Speaking on the visuals, the director Saloum N’jie says: “Working with the legend D Double is always something I look forward to. ‘Flatmate’ is a melodic, haunting dance filler that sounds cinematic, so we took that approach to the video. Free runners leaping over buildings, boats and cars to get to you. I used a lot of in and out of focus to make D look intimidating and the viewers uncomfortable, resulting in the climatic end of the wrongdoer getting what he deserves.”
Peep the action unfold up top and go back to Jackuum here.
Words by Denzil Bell @akadiddz