all the good shit
Introducing 'All The Good Sh*T', a Rolling New Music Playlist From Noisey UK
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Views My Own
Everything You Learn Exploring Black Women's Visibility in Grime
Author Yomi Adegoke on the lessons she learned and challenges she faced when making an upcoming documentary for BBC Radio 4.
Sherelle's Noisey Mix Is Full of Dark and Lonely Breaks
Hot off an unreal Boiler Room set, the London-based DJ plays fast and heavy, as she often does.
AJ Tracey Is a Rich, Rapping, Charm Machine
He’s beaten you in an online game, ascended the UK rap chart and now – with the release of his debut album – he’s invited us into his house.
we saw this
Ghetts’ Live Show Proves Why He’ll Always Be a Grime OG
He blends both parts of his legacy – from his younger days as Ghetto, to last year's 'Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament' album – with total ease.
How Grime Grew From London into a Thriving International Entity
Worldwide scenes have been popping up for years. Now, with some weight behind them, they’re gaining a cultural foothold in their areas.
End of Year
Ten Most Underrated UK Projects of 2018
Bookmark this page for a proper list of all the EPs, mixtapes and albums that deserve a second wave of attention.
Dizzee Rascal Hates Interviews, But He Still Gave Us One
We caught up with the grime legend shortly after the release of his triumphant new EP 'Don't Gas Me' and found an MC tired of questions.
Remembering Cult UK Club Night ChockABlock
Skepta in a Queen’s guard suit and bowler hat? Go on then!
Noisey UK Staff
The Stormzy Scholarship Will Send Two Black Students to Cambridge This Year
"We're a minority, the playing ground isn't level for us and it's vital that all potential students are given the same opportunity."
Alex Robert Ross
Karnage Kills Is an Unstoppable Grime Talent
We spoke to the 21-year-old rapper about being gay, femme and fearless in a typically hyper-masculine world.
The British Dream
How Politics Shaped Grime and Grime Shaped Politics
We spoke to Dan Hancox, author of 'Inner City Pressure: The Story of Grime' how Grime beat yuppies, politicians and the police to go stratospheric.