Releasing his first sounds since dropping ‘In God’s Body’ in 2017, British rapper Kojey Radical brings us a haunting but reflective track ‘Can’t Go Back’. Dealing with the complex themes of mental health and self improvement, Kojey has always been open about his struggles, even teaming up with Adidas to create a short film about mental health. An artist somewhere between grime-y hip hop and alternative rap with a generous helping of Spoken Word, Kojey Radical has a hand for experimenting.
Of the music video, Directed by Charlie Di Placido & Kojey Radical himself, the rapper translates, “This video feels like a return to form for me. When I went through the darkest parts of my depression I used dance as a sort of healing therapy I wanted to reflect the joy of losing your self in a moment and letting everything go. It’s taking things all the way back to the basics to begin again and free yourself from past trauma.” Check it below.