You got your scene kids that jump on grime that get stoned and just look at their hair all day, Then you have the hipsters that dabble’s into grime and probably goes to the odd grime rave and probably buy’s the odd “grime album”. Im sounding really sterotypical arnt I lol ? But the mass majority of the Indie “alternative crowd” put grime to the side and are just stuck in their indie consumed box.
If grime was covered and sum 1 in their ingroup of freinds like grime they would all start listening to it. But does the grime scene need that ??
They all love lethal bizzzle, Dizzee rascal, jme and tempa t so its a start ? lol
New project !
Basically im going to interview Nme readers and ask them what they think about grime and if Grime should be in nme and if it is badly potrayed in the media and people are very narrow minded about grime and don’t even give it a chance ? Also this will be a massive post so watch out for it !
Grime fans are very loyal to their scene and has a dedicated community to the scene.
But it needs to get bigger. Also are you guys bored of listening to the same music.
Don’t get me wrong I listen to everything, but grime is in my heart.
With metro covering grime now and with other publications like super super and rwd have been doing it for a while. These publications are keeping up with the times.
With NME putting trilla on the nme blog. That is just a little baby step for grime, baslline and the northen grime scene.
Billy jay holmes who was a guest writer for this site was doing work experience in the nme this week and grabbed a copy of who are ya in the pile of cd’s on the NME stereo.
I have a few projects this summer and one is to get grime more coverage and get my dvd out and interview grime bloggers.
Because I have finished college and hopefully not failed.
Southgate college is full of cunts. There I fucking said it I’m surprised I didn’t commit suicide in that soul crushing college lol.
Don’t go there ! lol
I’m going to be working hard this summer so watch out for me.