Almost two months after the Grenfell Tower fire, Lowkey reminds us of the importance of keeping the event at the forefront of our minds. In a touching and haunting video, the rapper is joined by locals on a march as he analyses the events of June 14th, and the unacceptable way it was (and still is) being mis-managed. In collaboration with Mai Khalil, the pair eloquently voice the experiences of individuals involved, many of whom still haven’t had any confirmation of the whereabouts of missing family members and friends. The second half of the video acts with a strong resonating message to “whom it may concern at the Queen’s Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea”, requesting the whereabouts of many of the individuals still unaccounted for.
Lowkey shared the news that the video was finished on Saturday with the following statement: