Since getting older, I've not listen to what they call Grime Music from when they started to call it Grime Music. I hadn't recognised or realised the genre had "evolved". It used to be Garage which derived from House & Garage and I enjoyed them both, a lot. I was fine with that specific name for that specific genre of music. The moment "they" were calling the scene "Urban" and then Grime came into the fold, I felt there was a narrative being forced upon us and I was out. What happened to calling UK Rap, UK Rap? There has been a few UK Rappers back in the day, so are we now calling their music Grime, because Grime is UK Rap? Maybe I'm misunderstanding it all. So, the majority of these people, like a Santan Dave, Rapman and such, I never knew of them as they were becoming rising stars. I knew a Kano, Dizzee Rascal, Sway, Wiley and Chipmunk, but I never knew who Shiro was or his story. Not to say I dislike the scene or culture, but
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