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Stormzy Releases Music Video For “Own It” Ft Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran

Stormzy, Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran
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British Ghanaian Rapper, Stormzy releases music video for “Own It” featuring Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran.

The Wicked Skengman announced the release date and artwork for his sophomore album “Heavy Is The Head” last week and followed up with the Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran “Own It”.

The crisp visuals for “Own It” was Directed by Nathan James Tettey. This is an addition to the already released visuals for his singles “Wiley Flow”, “Vossi Bop” and “Crown”.

The video for “Own It” opens with Stormzy professing his undying love for his babe in front of a small group of pals, sheltering themselves from raindrops in the process. Burna Boy is in an ecstatic mood in a secluded room filled with smoke. The three musicians later converge at a warehouse. The cinematic music video ends with Stormzy and the rest of the gang turning up in a euphoric club environment.

Heavy Is The Head”, a 16-track body of work, is a follow up to Stormzy’s 2017 critically acclaimed debut album “Gang Signs & Prayer

Pre-order “Heavy Is The Head” here:

https://stormzy.lnk.to/HITH

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