Watch Nike advert ‘Nothing Beats A Londoner’ featuring Skepta, Rio Ferdinand, and Big Shaq

Watch Nike advert 'Nothing Beats A Londoner' featuring Skepta, Rio Ferdinand, and Big Shaq
(Picture: Nike/Metro.co.uk)

Londoners have a lot of honour about where they come from.

Whether you’re a South East constant or exuberantly repute North West, though, we all come together under the city banner.

Nike have expelled an advert that showcases the accumulation and fun on vital in the capital, and there are some outrageous stars featured.

The ad was done to show the hurdles and triumphs of personification sports in London, and has some considerable special effects.

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As you can see, it starts off with Skepta debating on either to get on a Boris bike by town, and travels by Kingsland Road, Peckham, and other locations opposite the city.

Morley’s duck shop is even featured, and the soundtrack includes Skepta’s Shutdown and Dizzee Rascal.

One of the dermatitis stars from last year – Big Shaq aka Michael Dapaah – is seen good after being snubbed by footballer Alex Iwobi.

Watch Nike advert 'Nothing Beats A Londoner' featuring Skepta, Rio Ferdinand, and Big Shaq
(Picture: Nike – Nothing Beats A Londoner Ad)

Grime kingship Giggs and newer artists such as J Hus creates an coming too.

So many celebrities done the cut that Toronto-born Drake was apparently dissapoint at not being included, and commented on Instagram, commenting he wanted to be shown unconditional a shop in ‘Pecknarm’.

Watch Nike advert 'Nothing Beats A Londoner' featuring Skepta, Rio Ferdinand, and Big Shaq
(Picture: Nike – Nothing Beats A Londoner Ad)

The thought behind the ads isn’t just to get Londoners blasting up their chests with honour for their home, but also to promote areas for immature people to play sport.

Throughout half-term week, Nike will be promulgation 75 athletes for opposite venues in London to enthuse kids and get some-more of them moving.

Jamie McCall from Nike said:

London is a sports spooky city and its intersection with enlightenment sparked by the next era of youth, is moulding a new call of artistic countenance and jubilee of sports.

258 kids were recruited to be partial of the advert, which was shot everywhere from Brixton to Dalston.

It’s a good brew of enlightenment and sport, and showcases the farrago of Londoners and how they stay active.

To find out some-more about Nike’s London initiative, check out their website.

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