In grime, the term "shelly" is used as a sign of appreciation for an emcee's lyrical deftness and so, of course D Power and Footsie made a song about it. Produced by the latter member of Newham Generals—both spitters offer up scattergun flows atop 808-heavy, rolling sonics, as they trade bars about being top rhymers in the grime scene. Over email, D Power told Complex that "'Shelly' is about having the hardest lyrics and being able to last ANY clash, but also having bars that can buss up a club! That's our aim for this track right here." Directed by Shan Brown (and supported by Deezer), watch the video for "Shelly" exclusively above. It's the first release proper on D Power's EB Records.