Blind Mic shows us what he's "Really On" in Bonnie & Clyde-esque video –

Brownswood Recordings are one of the UK's most forward-thinking labels. The Giles Peterson led outfit release a whole bunch of inspirational music from within the British Isles. They're championed by many and have a catalogue that speaks for itself. One artist that is part of their roster and is Blind Mic. The Manchester-born artist can rap, sing AND play instruments, making him a triple threat.

The latest single that Mic has dropped on Brownswood is the infectious "Really On". Backed by an uptempo, jazzy instrumental, Mic showcases both his rapping and singing talents as he switches between the two with ease. The flow he uses rides the beat so well, making it easy to digest his whole performance.

Alongside the single, Mic's also dropped the visuals for the song, which add another dimension to the joint. They tell of a Bonnie and Clyde kind of story, seeing Mic and his lead girl take on the criminal underworld together, before a shocking twist. The video is the perfect accompaniment to the song and gives you a visual take on what the song could mean.

"Really Good" is available to stream now all good streaming sites.  You can also stream the Brownswood compilation album that it features on as well.

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