Ghetts, Jammz, Lethal Bizzle, and more are here to heat things up.
In the early ‘00s, he invented grime as we know it. As he releases his new album Godfather on January 13, the MC and producer reflects on his legacy.
This year, put a Butterz compilation, Rinse FM rave tickets, or Lord of the Mics merch in your loved one’s stocking.
From the coldness of Stormzy to the heat of JME, these are the beatmakers shaping the current age of grime.
As his fourth album Landlord shoots up the charts, it’s time to appreciate all that the godfather of British rap has done for the culture.
Grime may be a male-dominated sphere, but in 2016 some of its most crucial figures are tastemakers like Julie Adenuga, Madam X, and DJ Barely Legal.
Influential artists like Stormzy and JME shouldn’t only be onstage at the U.K.'s biggest awards ceremony when they’re invited by Kanye West.
Sian Anderson picks the U.K. artists set to make their mark on the mic this year.
Sian Anderson on how pirate radio birthed grime, and how its energy lives on in MCs like Novelist and internet stations like Radar and NTS in 2015.
Why co-signs from Rita Ora and Myleene Klass do more harm than good, by BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Sian Anderson.