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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    It's so suburban/middle england, so ham and cheese sandwich tesco meal deal shit
    lolll

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    It is transfixing isn't it. I kinda can't believe that's it's happening in 2019 but it is.
    When you know that grime and drill exist, it seems even more ludicrous.
    I've been watching Americans do reaction videos to Ocean Wisdom's "Brick or bat" - which adds an extra layer of confusion (I do think he's actually talented though and perhaps not totally disconnected from contemporary music, he's done a Fire in the Booth etc


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    He would be from fucking Brighton though, that's the spiritual home for this shit. It's still the 90s there.

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    He's calling you out Luka, 0.56

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyL View Post
    He would be from fucking Brighton though, that's the spiritual home for this shit. It's still the 90s there.
    Brighton is to the UK what Portland is to America

    white enclave nonsense, theres a reason why some of the big UK hip hop festivals happen down them sides
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    I have a friend i know since secondary whose into some of these rappers but granted hes also somebody who has D12s "Devils world" as one of his favourite rap albums.

    its all the more bizarre when you think about how once upon a time UK hip hop was street music and it doesnt even have any kind of tangential connection to that


    was never a fan but it makes me wonder what Blak Twang is up to these days

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