LONDON BORN, LA-based filmmaker and musician Flex God Daps (AKA Daps, AKA Oladapo Fagbenle) steps in front of the camera for Hallelujah To My Striker the lead single taken from his debut EP No Moves On A Sunday – a collaboration with rapper Tarm featuring UK hip-hop artist One Acen.
Best known for directing the hottest music videos of the last few years including Stormzy’s Big For Your Boots and Migos and Drake’s Walk It Talk It, Daps’ work has clocked well over One billion views.
In anticipation of his collaboration with Tarm, Daps released a short film starring UK drill queen Ivorian Doll making her acting debut. Over 30K people tuned in live to watch the nine-minute crime drama that premiered on GRM Daily and music from the EP was teased on the soundtrack.
No Moves On A Sunday is a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the UK’s underground fraud scene playing off the themes of the short film with tracks like ‘Santander Sex Symbol’ and ‘Encro’.
2021 will see Daps build on the success of Hallelujah To My Striker with a collaboration with his brother, BRIT award-winning and BAFTA-nominated producer Luti Fagbenle, on the launch of British crime drama, Squares, coming to screens next year.