LYRICS: Stormzy's new song screams 'Black Excellence' as Jose Mourinho appears in 'Mel Made Me Do It' music video KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, September 22, 2022

LYRICS: Stormzy's new song screams 'Black Excellence' as Jose Mourinho appears in 'Mel Made Me Do It' music video

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Stormzy's new song screams 'Black Excellence' as Jose Mourinho appears in 'Mel Made Me Do It' music video.

Usain Bolt is without a doubt the greatest sprinter of all time, still holding onto to his world records. Stormzy is considered the best Grime rapper of all-time, securing the first album in the genre to top the UK charts. Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho is not at his best form at the moment, but he was named the World's Best Coach of the 21st Century by the prestigious International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS).

Therefore, in many aspects, the video for Mel Made Made Do It can be seen as a link joining all three superstars in their respective crafts. And certainly, Jose Mourinho's street cred has risen to new heights by having this prominent role in Stormzy's new hit single.

Stormzy is back with a new song called “Mel Made Me Do It.” The seven-minute single arrives with a nearly 11-minute video directed by the filmmaker KLVDR, which includes cameos from an eclectic cast of characters including track star Usain Bolt, documentarian Louis Theroux, and soccer manager José Mourinho. Check it out below.

Stormzy’s sophomore album Heavy Is the Head was released in 2019. The UK rapper released four singles ahead of the full LP: “Vossi Bop,” “Crown,” “Wiley Flow,” and “Own It.” In 2020, he won a BRIT Award and released “Still Disappointed,” a diss track continuing his longstanding feud with fellow grime MC Wiley.

Read Pitchfork’s Rising feature “Stormzy: Grime Heavyweight” from 2016. Mourinho, one of the best managers football has ever seen, makes a shock yet brilliant cameo.

The 59-year-old is currently in charge of AS Roma in Italy but has taken time out of his busy schedule to feature in the video.

At 5:15, Mourinho is seen standing with Stormzy and his friends inside a mansion. The camera zooms in on the group as the lyrics go: ‘You love to talk about the old days, them man are old like Annie, are you okay? I prefer not to speak like I’m Jose.’

Mourinho then puts his finger to his lips as his iconic interview where he said ‘I prefer not to speak. If I speak, I will be in big trouble’ plays in the background.

It is absolutely incredible and you can view it below…(Read More Here).

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