Stormzy joins his fellow U.K. act, Jorja Smith, in her new visual for "Let Me Down," a sultry ballad that wouldn't sound out of place on a James Bond soundtrack.

The new visual, which would have felt right at home in Atomic Blonde, follows the exploits of Jorja Smith, who takes on the role of an assassin. In the video, she's handed an envelope instructing her to kill one particular man. She accepts her cash and prepares to make her kill, stalking her target at what looks like a dance rehearsal.

The only thing is, though, her target is quite the stud, and she can't help but fall for him. Eventually, they hook-up, and she's left with a tough decision to make. We'll let you find out what decision she ends up making.

For his part, Stormzy appears at the very end of the visual, as it turns out that he's actually the person that oversaw her mission. As for the song itself, Stormzy gets more than just the job done with a calm flow that blends in nicely with the romantic piano.

"You've got me, I'm pondering that/Said, 'I'll be back in a sec, I need to reflect'/But you swear it's been longer than that/Time is golden, time is thin/But time is rare, so we squander and that," spits Stormzy, who recently earned a nomination at the 2018 Brit Awards.

Check out the visual for "Let Me Down" below.

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