"Black Rose" arrives as a hard-hitting ballad on intersectional feminism, spoken with emotion from the perspective of Ghetts raising his daughter.
Although Kojey Radical hasn't got his own verse, he provides soulful harmonies over the minimalistic instrumental.
"Black Rose" is taken from Ghetts forthcoming album Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament.
To coincide with his forthcoming album release, Ghetts will be hosting a "Ghettsibition" on 14 September at Kachette in Shoreditch. The pop-up will showcase artwork for the album, as well as a listening experience, and memorabilia that the rapper has collected throughout his career. The "Ghettsibition" will be open to the public from 10am-5pm, with an intimate Q+A later in the evening when the gallery reopens.