David Nkrumah

Rising to prominence in the early 2000s with Ruff Sqwad, Nkrumah was instrumental in shaping the grime scene through his production and lyrical skills. His transition from the gritty beats of East London to the world of visual arts has allowed him to blend his musical roots with a keen eye for cinematic storytelling.

As a director, Nkrumah’s work is characterised by a dynamic fusion of street culture and polished visual aesthetics. His ability to capture raw emotion and translate it into compelling narratives reflects his dedication to authenticity and his talent for creating visuals that resonate deeply with audiences.