Stormzy is back!!!
After his break from music, Stormzy returns to the scene with his new single titled Mel Made Me Do It.
He releases this new music ahead of his Global Citizen Festival performance in Accra.
The song is seven minutes long with the video spanning almost eleven minutes and serving straight bars from the UK superstar.
In Mel Made Me Do It, produced by Knox Brown, Stormzy addresses a long list of subjects proving that he’s by no means just a popstar.
Aside his verse delivery, Stormzy did the unthinkable by squeezing in nearly 50 cameos throughout the video. Some notable personalities include, Jose Mourinho, Usain Bolt, Dave, Little Simz, Tian Major9, Gabrielle, JME and Headie One.
Stormzy joins Usher, SZA, Gyakie, H.E.R., Sarkodie, Stonebwoy and TEMS to perform at the maiden edition of Global Citizen Festival in Accra on 24th September 2022.
Watch and enjoy the music here:
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