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Grimewave: BPI Charts Rise

A new report conducted by the BPI, and produced in association with Disrupt Media and the Official Charts Company, has evaluated the position of Grime within wider British music. The report reveals that grime sales and streams nearly doubled...
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GIRLI rails against gender stereotypes on new track ‘Girls Get Angry Too‘; bemoaning the arbitrary societal expectations of both sexes. “Someone said to me that girls don’t really get angry – they just whine, while another person told me...
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“This is Jekyll and Hyde. Have you ever had a war with your mind? It’s like I’m two men.” As Grime re-emerges from its latest existential crisis, Dave (aka Santan Dave) is a 19 year old MC fighting to...
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Kojey Radical is one of the UK’s most wildly creative new talents. Whether he’s rapping his unique brand of spoken word poetry, directing strikingly original music videos, or taking the reigns as a producer, his artistic output is consistently...
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Hailing from North London, Fredwave gives us his fresh take on alternative soul with new song ‘Kno Betta’. The self-produced track is a hazy wave of electronics that are surrounded by his inimitable, unhibited and sometimes distorted anglicised voice....
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‘Owe you nothing‘ comes from Ghostly‘s recently released EP ‘Recon‘ and sees him featuring fellow new generation West London Grime artists AJ Tracey and Lyrical Strally alongside recently featured artist, Big Zuu. Ghostly’s name is very apt in ‘Owe You Nothing’...
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Grime seems to be having something of a renaissance. A second generation of grime artists, inspired by pioneers such as Skepta, are riding this wave of popularity right into the Royal Albert Hall or onto the stage at the...
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‘Fair & Square‘ sees Grime MC Cadell link up with older brother and Grime forefather Wiley.  The beat is centred around a creeping synth lead and cluttered percussion, recalling much of Boy Better Know’s early material.  With Eski-boy’s lengthy,...
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S-X will always be known for making the grime anthem ‘Woo Riddim’, which is still a tune to this day. His new track ‘Voodoo’ features the vocal talents of Gia, and seems to be his attempt at making something...


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