Along with the new track comes a cameo-packed music video which includes a range of 30 well-loved celebrities from JME to José Mourinho.
Stormzy opens the seven-minute track rapping: "I've been the goat for so long I guess it's not exciting when I win. So of course, they don't like me, I'm the king."
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This emotional monologue by Coel reads: “Today, we speak about foundation. Many great Black influential giants have touched people, from soul to soul, throughout many generations.
“It’s often ‘greatness’ comes to mind, but footballing legends like make Ian Wright greatness come to sight. Our DNA empowers us. We can make a song and dance out of everything. Our genes are enriched – it seems there is not a seam out of place in our fabric…”
The music video quick surpassed one million views on YouTube within hours of its release, with many eyes attracted to the huge list of guest appearances.
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It is now rumoured that ‘Mel Made Me Do It’ will appear on Stormzy’s upcoming third album, which he said will be out at the end of the year in an announcement during the first show of his UK tour.
While performing in Cardiff, a video played showing shots of Stormzy in the studio recording his new LP. The last shot of the video displayed: “Album 3. Coming 2022.”
Watch Stormzy’s ‘Mel Made Me Do It’ music video below.
Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Video and Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter