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NSG deliver the visual for ‘Colonization’: Watch

Following on from the success of their most recent single ‘Drunk Guitar’, six piece East London, Afro fusion collective NSG gift us with the heavily anticipated offering of ‘Colonization’. Fusing together signature flows and a smooth, fresh take to originale 4PLAY-produced sounds, the brand new visual gives us a pleasantly expected insight into the musical creativity the group never fails to reveal.

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Opening the visual in signature style with a full piece string orchestra, we move into the gripping story which takes us through the turbulent life of gang rivalry and affiliated themes. Keeping viewers gripped throughout by tactical creative direction fused together by none other than Kevin Hudson and NSG’s very own Kruddz. NSG uses this single to revisit past experiences of leaving Africa for the UK and making ends meet in support of their parents’ move, starting off the track with;

“Used to cut so much crops felt my skin irritate, got about on the block felt my ankles ache, couldn’t be in vain that our mums migrate.”

Watch ‘Colonization’ below.

Written by Ralph Okobz

I'm GRUNGECAKE’s Global Music Editor. Connect with me on Twitter & Instagram: @ralvph