Early last month, Skepta released his fiery single "Hypocrisy," and now he's back with the visuals.

Seemingly borrowing from Robert Palmer's 1980s video "Addictive to Love," the North London MC rhymes in front of a slew of women, who all sport short wigs and black dresses. There's also a scene that shows a group of men dressed in white.

From there, you'll see Skepta break out some dance moves, rap next to fire, all while keeping the energy of the video very high.

Of course, Skepta's popularity grew after appearing on Drake's More Life project, but those into the London grime scene new of him long before. Whether "Hypocrisy" will wind up on a forthcoming album remains to be seen, but you can check it out above.

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