Any Fans of UK Grime Music Here?

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  1. TheStruggle

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    I've haven't been following the genre long but I like what I have heard so far. It's like Hip Hop with a twist and they seem to really focus on lyrics and hard hitting beats.











    Thoughts or recommendations?
     
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    grime is shit music leeroy barnes likes urgh
     
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    In completely random fashion, I stumbled upon BearMan on Youtube. I grew up with rap music from an early age but over the years found myself almost despising it at times. Funny, clever, and not-too-serious BearMan offered a bit of a respite for me in this regard. I know BearMan is old as shit, but then again, so am I. :icon_chee
     
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    I don't dislike it.
     
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    None of those tunes you posted are really grime though tbh. With the exception of maybe the Wiley tune.

    Trim>>>>>>>

     
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    Minimal dubstep is way better in my opinion
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    In 2003 I probably would, but your body has gone to shit. Look at the flab.
     
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    Not a grime fan, but there are a few I still listen to these days.

    Skepta is killing it right now.
     
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    I like instrumental grime. Not into Dizzee Rascal and shit, fuck that.

    Some wicked grime/bass music around at the moment, Wen in particular is a producer I love.

    "Your neck should be swingin', bruvva!"
     
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    Boom. This, too!
     
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    Kinda ironic that Wen's entire gimmick is the chopped up vocals. I agree though, he is good.
     
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    Sorry, what I meant was I prefer less vocals. I'm not a fan of rap in general as a vocal delivery so the less vocals the better, when it comes to electronic music, for me.
     

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