Lewis Hamilton makes cameo appearance in Stormzy’s music video

Lewis Hamilton showed off his love for music in a recent appearance in Stormzy’s latest music video.

Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton has made a brief cameo appearance in the music video for Stormzy’s track “Longevity Flow.” 

While Hamilton gears up for the upcoming Austrian Grand Prix, he hopes to build on the momentum following his recent podium finishes in Spain and Canada. 

The month of July is set to be a busy one for Hamilton, with races in the UK, Hungary, and Belgium before the traditional summer break in August.

Amidst the hustle and bustle of the racing calendar, Hamilton has been indulging in one of his other passions—music. 

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He was spotted at Glastonbury, where Elton John delivered an iconic performance to close the festival on Sunday. 

This is not the only recent musical involvement for Hamilton, as he also makes a brief appearance in Stormzy’s music video for “Longevity Flow.” 

The British driver has been open about his love for music, often sharing clips of himself playing an instrument or being in a studio.

While it remains uncertain where Hamilton’s musical pursuits will take him in the future, it is one of many interests he enjoys outside of racing. 

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This is not the first time Hamilton has made an appearance in a music video, having previously featured in Christina Aguilera’s 2018 single “Pipe” under the rap pseudonym XNDA. 

He has also collaborated with Major Lazer in the past. 

Fans can only speculate where Hamilton might pop up next in the music scene, but it is likely to be after the busy month of July, with four races scheduled over the next five weeks.

As Hamilton balances his musical endeavours, he acknowledges the importance of the upcoming period in the Formula 1 season. 

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The racing calendar will take teams to traditional European circuits, presenting crucial opportunities for Hamilton and Mercedes to showcase their improved performance. 

The tweaked W14 has shown promising signs compared to the earlier version of the car at the start of the year. 

Hamilton and his team will be aiming to make the most of this crucial stretch of the season as they focus on the Austrian Grand Prix and subsequent races.