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    Default Sad facts about Grime which you don't like to admit but they are true

    The main problem with grime is the total lack of professionalism, not it's image or individual artists coming and going

    Certain Mc's can't make another big tune so remix their old tunes.

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    The only sad thing is that , hundreds of good tunes that we listen , and then we dont listen them again never , we dont even know who produce them or vocal then


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    sad thing is that some of the best grime disappears and cant ever be found again..rare gems and that

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    I think, with grime, I am talking a long time ago, the lack of professionalism in a way was what made it stand out and be noticed.

    Think of the older instrumentals, many MC's would vocal it and this would be released on vinyl, and its less than professional approach was quite a big thing, almost anyone could vocal a track with the right connections and ability.

    I do agree that not being able to make a track that lives up to a previous one is a problem though, and just adding remix after remix is not good-some remix's are great, but only so many can be done before it gets a bit old.

    I find it sad that better MC's/producers don't always make it as far as some that are not as good due to connections. There must be a lot of near unheard of artists that are great, but for them it doesn't take off.

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    It's not that good.

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    1. It's dead
    2. Most of our favourite mcs are old and washed
    3. Noone gives a shit except us
    4. Barely anyone pays for grime music so most mcs will give up eventually to get a real job
    5. Noone is really road

    I could go on tbf

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    Giggs pretty much made Grime irrelevant when he showed UK guys could flow on Hip Hop beats around 2008.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrivateCaller View Post
    Giggs pretty much made Grime irrelevant when he showed UK guys could flow on Hip Hop beats around 2008.
    Yeah not like Skinnyman, or Task Force hadnt been about from way before then.

    Council Estate of mind was released 2004 and is full of bangers



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    Quote Originally Posted by WarFace View Post
    Yeah not like Skinnyman, or Task Force hadnt been about from way before then.

    Council Estate of mind was released 2004 and is full of bangers
    Yeah and London Posse and Silver Bullet before them... I used to like that stuff, but Task Force etc never had the broad cultural influence grime did on a street audience, until Giggs came out and then that audience went to rap and for the most part never looked back.

    No one that listened to Giggs would be quoting Chester P or Jehst bars - their cultural legacy today is the middle class/white Don't Flop scene (even if those guys weren't middle class themselves).

    Meanwhile the post-Talking The Hardest UK audience are still listening to UK Rap: J-Hus, 67, 150, Section, Krept and Konan etc, and probably couldn't name more than 5 grime mcs. The Youtube numbers tell their own story.

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    Lol bang on

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    Lol I'm laughing lol

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