Watch Tinie Tempah take the throne in the new video.
After releasing a short teaser clip on his Instagram page yesterday, the video for Tinie Tempah's collaboration with DVBBS and Borgeous on 'Tsunami (Jump)' has arrived in full.
The video sees Tinie take a seat on a throne dressed in all-black to perform the track, with interludes to show some slick ballet dancers take the stage.
Director Fred Rowson explains his vision for the track, saying: "From the moment I heard this track with Tinie's vocal, I knew that the video would have to be visceral, distinctive, and have real swagger. I wanted it to be iconic, with an industrial, almost gothic aesthetic that we've created through the colour scheme and the physical installation that we built.
"The choreography is central to the way the video develops, and I took Rick Guest's Royal Ballet photography as a reference point for how we'd portray this. We've edited the performances so they build in intensity to really capture the tone of the music".
The release of the 'Tsunami (Jump)' video follows Tinie's collaborative track with Labrinth 'Lover Not A Fighter,' in which the video dropped a couple of weeks back. In it, the two take to a bull ring in Spain for some serious racing.