'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.
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The Streets Dropped Two New Tracks While You Weren’t Looking
Soak up the taste of “Burn Bridges” and “Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies”
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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.
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Few can match the former Streets leader's knack for deftly documenting the minutiae of British life.
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There will be that one comedown that hits you harder than the others, and makes you look at what you're doing with naked scrutiny.
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Mike Skinner (AKA The Streets) hails from London, the global capital of beer and pirate radio. He plays straight-up cockney garage-rad-ass stuff to which you can drink beer, dance, rip up pubs, or get arrested for dealing.