Mikel Ameen's 'Martina Luther Queen' has been released as part of the rapper's #WorldChangers movement and now has an accompanying music video.
The video features various women dancing, each in they own way, to the fast beat of the music. This is accompanied by colourful outfits and locations - often London alleyways spiced up with stylish graffiti. It all combines to give the individualist feeling that the lyrics evoke.
Ameen was born in London and found inspiration in the music of Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Tupac, and the films of Walt Disney. Born to Caribbean parents in London, Ameen often tries to combine the Caribbean style of music with more western-inspired drum beats. He has been featured as an opening act for Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy, Juelz Santana and Immortal Technique as well as UK stars Wretch 32 Chipmunk, & Tinchy Stryder. Ameen was featured in 'The Guardian', as well as appearing on the cover of the magazines 'Young Voices' and 'Pride'.
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