Mike Skinner

Noisey Specials

'Noisey Birmingham' Takes a Dive Into the Next Wave of British Rap

We're biased, but this is our best film yet—it features Lady Leshurr, Mist, Jaykae, Lotto Boyz, and more, and it's hosted by Mike Skinner.
Noisey UK Staff
Noisey Birmingham

Get the Lowdown on the MCs Featured in Our 'Noisey Birmingham' Documentary

Get your bonce around these bangers.
Lauren O'Neill
Ryan Bassil
Daisy Jones
Remembering Things

Remembering 'Original Pirate Material' With Original Fans of The Streets

I went to Mike Skinner's recent comeback shows with one mission: chatting to all the heads about the importance of his debut album.
Tom Usher
Don't Call It Road Rap

Hey, You! Come Watch Noisey's New 'Don't Call It Road Rap' Doc

We'll be holding the film's world premiere, hosted by Mike Skinner, on Tuesday, June 13.
Noisey Staff
New music

Mike Skinner, Spliffs, and the Dissociative Chase of the Night

On the first track he's self-released to Spotify, Skinner details the dangerously beautiful self-destructive duality of staying out far too late.
Ryan Bassil
Remembering Things

Be Brave, Clench Fists: 'Original Pirate Material' is a Timeless Document of Britain

On his debut album 15 years ago, Mike Skinner set out a hedonistic document of love, life and strife—and set it to a UK garage soundtrack that hasn’t been bettered since.
Ryan Bassil
Greatest UK MCs of All Time

The UK's Greatest MCs, Number 4: Mike Skinner

Few can match the former Streets leader's knack for deftly documenting the minutiae of British life.
Ryan Bassil

Mike Skinner Is "Still Doing the Same Shit" - He Just Doesn't "Have to Sing the Old Songs"

With the sixth and final part of Noisey's Hip-Hop in the Holy Land series about to drop, we caught up with our host Mike Skinner to chat about politics, filmmaking, and rap.
Sam Wolfson

Mike Skinner's New Video Takes Us Back to the Bugged Out Weekender

Mike Skinner documented our Bugged Out Weekender Pool Party...
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

The Streets' Mike Skinner Gives a History Lesson on Skinheads for Dr. Martens

If the Streets' Mike Skinner ever wanted to leave music behind, he could easily have a second career as a history teacher.
Marissa G. Muller

Mike Skinner Talks Life After The Streets

And about Twitter, Danny Brown and gazillionaire DJs.
Ryan Bassil
The Tidbits Issue

Hotel Life

APOGEE MINI-METhis is the smallest high-end input channel I can travel with. It has the same components as the big studio I have at home, but it can fit in a suitcase. Look at the knobs on
Mike Skinner