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What Do Teens Today Think About the Greatest Grime Hits of the 2000s?

“No way is it from 2004? It sounds like it could have come out now.”
Rosie Hewitson

Appelsap Announce a Slew of New Names to Their Line-Up

For their 18th birthday, the festival will play host to Slowthai and DJ Maximum who join Wiley and Kojo Funds on the UK heavy line-up.
Noisey Staff
Noisey News

Wiley Has Been Awarded an MBE in the Queen's New Year Honours List

The godfather of grime has been made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for services to music.
Alex Robert Ross
Holy Shit

Wiley's Bars Are Sharp as Splinters on JME-Featuring "I Call the Shots"

Eskiboy is back, with a new album in the works for early next year.
Noisey UK Staff
book extract

Here's an Exclusive Chapter from Wiley's 'Eskiboy' Autobiography

The book tells the story of how an east London boy became the godfather of grime. Read chapter 22 on 2001 track "Nicole's Groove" now.

J2K and Wiley Take Down Industry Time Wasters on “Rotten Apples”

The Roll Deep alums join forces on a track so cold we couldn't not premiere its video.
Noisey UK Staff
Noisey News

Dizzee Rascal and Wiley's Longtime Beef Escalated Over the Weekend

Including: Twitter wars and a diss verse from Wiley.
Noisey UK Staff
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Chip's Video For "Scene" is an All-Star Vibe

Presenting grime's most valuable players all in one video.
Lauren O'Neill
we saw this

When Rap, Grime and a Heatwave Collide in the Countryside

Everything I saw while trying to stay hydrated at Cambridge's Strawberries & Creem festival.
Niloufar Haidari
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Wiley Gave His Side of the Story on His Reignited Beef with Dizzee Rascal

He elaborated on his thoughts re: Dizzee's rumoured diss track.
Noisey UK Staff
Where's The Beef

Wiley's Spent the Morning Bringing His Dizzee Rascal Beef Back to Life

That hashtag Monday feeling.
Noisey UK Staff
The Brit Awards 2017

Last Night’s Brits Were As Grime As They're Ever Going to Get

The British music industry still refuses to reward black artists who have achieved vast success largely without them.
Daisy Jones