Famous Eno is having a productive week. After dropping a download of his eagerly awaiting Little Man re-rub on Dummy yesterday, he returned today with the video for his most recent release, Gangsters.
The seventh release on Manchester imprint Swing Ting, Gangsters is a ruff club cut built on the foundations of Mavado's Gangsta For Life, with its dancehall credentials firmed up further with vocal appearances from Alexx A Game, Serocee, and Swing Ting regular Fox. Just like his Little Man edit, this track has the powers to transform any party from a tame social into a full blown rager.
Going full hog on the music video for Gangsters, Eno and the Swing Ting crew enlisted director Jamie Delaney, alongside a bevy of British actors including The History Channel show Roots' Chris Obi and Dominique Tipper. Not shying away from the political and social climate, the video is an eye-opening account of police corruption, shot on location in South East London. Of course, we won't give too much away, but every bad boy gets his comeuppance in the end.
Gangsters is out now on Swing Ting (buy).