The video was shot in the shadow of Grenfell...

Jelani Blackman has shared the powerful video for new single 'Tricky'.

The songwriter digs deep on the new track, one that finds Jelani sharing something truly personal.

Unpicking racial inequality here in the UK, there's a striking poignancy to Jelani Blackman's lyricism.

The video was shot in the shadow of Grenfell, and it carefully depicts how two people from the same area can live extremely different lives.

He comments... 

The video is about showing the contrast that you can find on the same road in London. Life isn’t equal and there are a lot of people who take that for granted. Different parts of the same country are considered more or less important, which makes the world a tricky place to live in because not everyone understands or cares how bad the world can be if you come from a certain background.

The shot of the burned down Grenfell block seen in the backdrop of million pound houses is enough to tell you that...

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