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31 July 2017, 12:18 | Updated: 31 July 2017, 12:33
J Hus visited a village in Ghana.
J Hus has released the amazing official visuals for his latest single ‘Spirit’.
The UK rapper travelled to Jamestown, a small village on the coast of Ghana, to shoot his latest ‘Common Sense’ video.
Hus takes part in boxing, fishing, and more in the African community – highlighting the positive spirit of the local people.
“Even when we never had a penny, yeah, we always had spirit,” he raps on the bouncy instrumental. “They can bun my flesh, but they can't touch my spirit.”
I made Spirit to try keep everyone's head up high.— COMMON SENSE (@Jhus) July 30, 2017
Watch the full video for ‘Spirit’ below:
Meanwhile J Hus was recently nominated for a Mercury Prize alongside fellow Grime artist Stormzy.
The pair are hoping to follow in the footsteps of last year’s winner Skepta.
J Hus’ recent album ‘Common Sense’ features songs such as ‘Did You See’, ‘Fisherman’, ‘Plottin’ and more.