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I bumped into Slew Dem crew today. Tempz, Waifa and Puffz were about and they gave me some tracks. I should have taken a pic, I know, but I forgot.
Isn't Popworld shit now? I'm not saying it was good before because Miquita was there - she just laughed at the gay one's jokes and grunted, but it's definitely not a big look for Popworld right now.
As you guys know, it's been a tiny bit quiet on here recently. Well, the reason for this is that I've been busy working on my TV series: 'Prancehall presents...' which Channel 5 have bought the rights to.
What happens is, each month I infiltrate a different scene and present a 'sideways glance' of what is going on, as well as giving all of the inside gossip.
This month, the lucky scene to be given the Prancehall treatment is Drum and Bass. Firstly, just to give you guys some background to this underground scene called Drum and Bass, let me give you a typical example of the vernacular these chaps use:
"U r fukin well boshty mate, high 5 n all that mate. U got 20p mate? U got piles mate? Pissed ur kidney out? Did ya mate?"
Anyway, enough of that, let's have a look at a snippet of an interview I did:
If that in depth analysis has left you gasping for more, then also check out this clip below:
I also decided to take a quick look at the northern grime scene this month. Below is a short documentary I made, where you can see what kind of studios and equipment the guys up there use, as well as an example of a clash.
Next month: Irish Hip-Hop