Not sure if you were aware, but we're in the business of making films here at Noisey. We've followed Skepta through the triumph of a North American tour in Top Boy, met the unexpected stars of Blackpool grime and had Mike Skinner investigate rap as political resistance in Palestine and Israel in Hip-Hop in the Holy Land. Our latest documentary – Don't Call It Road Rap – will premiere at north London's Screen on the Green on Tuesday 13 June as part of the Everyman Music Film Festival.
The film sees host Mike Skinner meet with a number of players on the UK scene's harder end. Featuring appearances from a load of acts in the scene – based in London and beyond – the doc is a reflection of what the term "road rap" means right now, and we can't wait to share it. The premiere will be followed by a Q&A with Skinner and the filmmakers and some of the artists involved, as well as an afterparty. So basically what we're saying is: we're having a party and we want you to come. Tickets are available from DICE and Screen on the Green directly, and are £5, so there's no excuse to stay away.
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