Since his official debut and rebranding, Oxlade has stolen the attention of everyone with ears for good music with his natural charm, swagger and undeniable talent. From Blaqbonez to grime acts, Skengdo and AM, the musician has lent his vocals to integral parts of hit singles and as the year draws to an end, there’s no easing off the pedal for him. Off their just-released project, Back Like We Never Left, put out to celebrate their comeback from prison, childhood friends, Skengdo and AM return to our screens with the video for the Oxlade and Sneakbo-assisted ode to their beginnings, Brixton Boy where Oxlade impresses.
With no sign of being from a different world, Oxlade blends with the rest of the group in the Kirx-directed video takeing to the streets to join the preaching of an age-old grime inspired narrative nearly worn out by the multitude of rappers who use this particular route.
Not only does Oxlade’s performance point to advancement in delivery, but, it also highlights his natural charm that makes it easy for him adapt to any environment.