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In the period between and , the only groups to make much impact were Gunshot amd the Brotherhood. Gunshot's album Patriot Games was a landmark with tracks such as "Mind of a Razor" and "World War 3" becoming British hardcore classics.
Formed in the '80s, the Brotherhood released their first record, simply called Brotherhood EP , as a white label in They went on to release Wayz of the Wize in , then Untitled 93 and XXIII in , and Hip Hop N' Rap in , all on the Bite It!
None of the records sold in huge numbers but they managed to gain airplay on the Tim Westwood show and DJ 's show on Choice FM , gaining them a solid following across the UK.
Bite It! Following an initial flurry of interest from major record labels in the s, by the early s the scene had moved underground after record companies pulled back.
In the mids hip hop in the UK started to experiment and diversify — often mutating into different genres entirely, such as trip hop and began making inroads into the US market.
As the old rappers left the scene, a new generation, raised on hip hop and electronica , was coming of age: The Herbaliser released Remedies Ninja Tune , , Mr.
Scruff released the "Frolic EP Pt 1" Pleasure Music, , Mark B released "Any More Questions? Increasingly, these artists managed to avoid the issues surrounding sampling by making music themselves bands such as the Stereo MCs began playing instruments and sampling their own tunes or searching out more obscure records where a most cost effective licensing deal could be arranged.
British hip hop began to go through a renaissance,  its style shifting from the hardcore template of its youth and moving into more melodic territory.
The Brotherhood managed to broker a major deal with Virgin Records in Continuing their relationship with Trevor Jackson as their producer, they released 3 singles 'Alphabetical Response', 'One Shot', 'Punk Funk' and their album Elementalz , all in Their work was met with critical acclaim and they toured solidly with American artists including Cypress Hill, The Roots and WuTang, but big record sales seemed to be very elusive and they parted ways with Virgin in In late Will Ashon started up his new Ninja Tune backed label Big Dada and planned a roster of performers.
Ashon was impressed with the demo and agreed to have Aleem on board. The results of this were the first release of the now famous record label: in Juice featured on Big Dada record label's first ever release, "Misanthropic", under the pseudonym "Alpha Prhyme", a collaboration between himself and Luke Vibert.
In Mark B and Blade released "Hitmen for Hire EP", which featured guest appearances from Lewis Parker and Mr Thing of the Scratch Perverts.
The EP was a success, and led to the successful album The Unknown , which despite never charting in the UK top 75, was still a top success and an even bigger success within its genre.
Also, the album spawned the top 40 single "Ya Don't See the Signs", which was a remix by Feeder frontman Grant Nicholas , after the title track was a top 75 hit and Blade with Mark B supported Feeder.
In , MF Doom released his debut studio album Operation: Doomsday which has since been ranked as one of the greatest hip hop albums of all time.
A new generation of artists emerged following the turn of the century, including Jehst , Skinnyman , Nicky Spesh , Foreign Beggars and Usmaan.
At the same time, a new style of electronic music emerged in the early s, derivative of UK garage and jungle , with influences from dancehall , drum and bass and hip hop; this new genre was dubbed " grime " sometimes called eskibeat or sublow and effectively superseded UK hip hop in both popularity and the mainstream conscious.
Grime is generally considered to be distinct from hip-hop due to its roots primarily being genres such as UK garage and jungle. Success followed The Streets ' album Original Pirate Material , and he became one of the first of the new breed of British hip hop artists to gain respectable sales, though his verbal style resulted in him being shunned by many artists in the scene.
Such success has caused a surge in media exposure of other British hip hop acts. Welsh rap group Goldie Lookin Chain also achieved chart success with their tongue-in-cheek take on hip-hop.
Key records such as Skinnyman 's Council Estate of Mind , and Klashnekoff's The Sagas Of Labels Low Life Records , run by prominent political rapper Braintax , and Young N' Restless started and became the starting point for many.
Wiley's Treddin' on Thin Ice was a cornerstone of the genre, and one-time friend Dizzee Rascal won a Mercury Music Prize for his debut Boy in da Corner.
From then on, grime artists were the only MC's for interested record labels, and UK Hip-Hop's momentum dried up. A new generation of young socially conscious hip-hop musicians emerged as a counter to the grime scene that many in the UK Hip Hop scene perceived as commercial.
These rappers strived to bring attention to both positivity and lyricism as well as the injustices of war, gentrification and racism, following in the tradition of conscious rappers such as Nas , Mos Def and Talib Kweli.
Amongst this new generation included artists such as Klashnekoff , Akala , Lowkey and the Poisonous Poets. The mids saw the emergence of road rap , a genre that took influences from American gangsta rap and focused on crime, gang, or violent themes.
Road rap was pioneered by artists such as PDC and Giggs ' SN1 crew. By the late s, grime music had entered into a period of stagnation. Artists from this new wave included N-Dubz , Tinchy Stryder , Tinie Tempah , and Chipmunk later known as Chip who emerged in the late s to great commercial success.
Tinchy Stryder scored two number ones with songs Number 1 and Never Leave You and became the best-selling British solo artist of The debut album from Tinie Tempah called Disc-Overy went to number one in the UK album chart and was certified platinum on 1 March Rapper Plan B found success with his Hip Hop and Soul fusion album The Defamation of Strickland Banks , followed by the soundtrack album Ill Manors in , both of which peaked at number 1 in the UK Albums Chart.
In , Scottish alternative hip-hop trio Young Fathers won the Mercury Music Prize for their album Dead.
The album entered the UK chart at 35 after they won the award. Riz Ahmed , also known as Riz MC, was featured in the song " Immigrants We Get the Job Done " in The Hamilton Mixtape , which topped the Billboard chart in The early s saw the emergence of UK afrobeats , led by artists such as Mista Silva , Kwamz, Fuse ODG , and Timbo.
The early s also saw the emergence of an underground UK hip hop scene emulating the earlier wave of s rappers such as Jehst, Task Force, King Kashmere, MysDiggi and Skinnyman.
With complex lyrics and rhyme schemes and '90s New York boom bap influenced production, High Focus Records was instrumental in bringing this sound to a wider audience.
The label was founded in by London rapper Fliptrix  and key members of the larger High Focus crew have included The Four Owls , Dirty Dike, Ocean Wisdom , Jam Baxter and Dabbla.
By , grime music was also experiencing a resurgence. He has reached number one on the UK Singles Chart a total of two times; firstly as part of "Artists for Grenfell" on 23 June with song " Bridge Over Troubled Water ", and secondly with his own solo single " Vossi Bop ", which debuted at number-one upon its entry, ahead of " Me!
Skepta, who also emerged from the grime scene, began collaborating with American hip hop group ASAP Mob. He featured with ASAP Rocky on the song " Praise the Lord Da Shine ", the second single from his third studio album Testing on 26 June It was later certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America RIAA and gold by the British Phonographic Industry BPI.
Skepta also collaborated with American rapper Playboi Carti on the single "Lean 4 Real" from his debut studio album Die Lit , also released in In , Dave did a freestyle on American radio station Power Los Angeles which has accumulated over 1,, views on YouTube.
The album was highly acclaimed and won Dave a Mercury Prize. Slowthai released his debut studio album, Nothing Great About Britain , in The album was nominated for the Mercury Prize.
He performed at the Mercury Prize ceremony, where he controversially held a fake severed head of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on stage.
Road rap also known as British gangsta rap or simply UK rap is a genre of music pioneered in South London , primarily in Brixton and Peckham.
Gangs played a large part in the genre, with gangs such as Mashtown based in Hackney , Star Gang formed by Tottenham Mandem members , the Peckham Boys based in Peckham with its various subsets such as SN1, PYG, and OPB and GAS Gang , based in Brixton, becoming notable in the road rap scene during the s.
The road rap scene centres around mixtape releases and YouTube videos with some of the genres more popular acts getting mainstream recognition. In the early s, the American genre drill began to emerge in the UK, pushed by artists such as , 67, and Section Boyz.
UK drill    is a subgenre of drill music and road rap that originated in the South London district of Brixton from onwards. Borrowing heavily from the style of Chicago drill music , UK drill artists often rap about violent and hedonistic criminal lifestyles.
There is common debate about which Brixton and surrounding area group initially pioneered the UK drill sound. UK drill has developed a different production style than Chicago drill, taking influence from earlier British genres such as grime and UK garage , so much so that it has been called "the New Grime"  and drill producer Carns Hill has commented that it needs a new name.
However, Mazza, a UK drill producer, disagreed with the "new grime" label, maintaining that although drill and grime share the same energy, rawness, and originated in a similar fashion, the two genres are distinct in their own ways.
Instrumentals often also have a sliding bass, hard hitting kicks, and dark melodies. AXL Beats explained that the 's and fast-tempo snares are derivative of grime music.
Autotune, unlike American drill, is largely absent within UK drill, with British drill artists utilising a much harsher, stripped-back delivery indebted to grime and earlier road rap.
UK drill rappers have also taken on a more allusive, ironic lyrical style; taken on mainly because of the attention attracted from the mainstream media, and also the police; due to its previously much more brazen and direct nature.
Though a majority of UK drill artists hail from the capital which can be attributed in part due to the much larger population of London, in comparison to other British cities , it is not restricted to London alone as the genres sole production hub in terms of emerging talents and dissemination of the sound.
Artists around the country have appeared and become prominent creators within the scene, such as SmuggzyAce and S.
White of Birmingham group "23 Drillas". UK drill groups often engage in disputes with each other, sometimes violent, often releasing multiple disrespectful tracks.
UK drill received widespread attention outside of Britain in when comedian Michael Dapaah released the novelty song " Man's Not Hot ". The track samples a beat made by UK drill producers GottiOnEm and Mazza; it was first used by drill group 86 on its song "Lurk", and later 67 with "Let's Lurk" featuring Giggs.
The genre's violent lyrics have been cited by police, MPs, journalists and others in positions of potentially significant influence as the reason for a climb in the rate of knife crimes in London.
In May , YouTube reported that it had deleted more than half of the "violent" music videos identified by senior police officers as problematic.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick blamed some videos for fuelling a surge in murders and violent crime in London, singling out drill music.
YouTube said that more than 30 clips had been removed. The cause of the deletion of UK drill videos drive from a stop and search done on the West London gang today known as CGM , where they were reported to be on a ride out to retaliate against the opposition.
Banning drill caused outrage in the community and caused a slight lull in production of the music. In late , South London -born drill MC and aspiring Mayor of London Drillminister created a track called "Political Drillin" which was broadcast on Channel 4 News and used comments made by UK MPs attempting to highlight their own hypocrisy in using violent language.
UK drill has spread outside of the United Kingdom, with artists and groups in other countries rapping in styles and using slang terms heavily influenced by UK drill music, and using UK drill instrumentals produced by British producers.
B2 from Dublin, Ireland,  and 73 De Pijp from The Netherlands. New York drill, primarily based in Brooklyn , has taken influence from UK drill with artists such as Pop Smoke , Sheff G, and 22Gz collaborating with UK drill producers such as AXL Beats, Yoz Beats, Ghosty, and Melo.
Pop Smoke created a 9 track project produced entirely by Melo and Trap House Mob a team of UK based producers.
Canadian musician Drake did a "Behind Barz" freestyle for Link Up TV in where he rapped over a UK drill beat. Drake also credited UK drill artist Loski as an influence for his album, Scorpion.
The song used UK drill's production style and was produced by British producer AXL Beats. Unknown T 's song "Homerton B" charted after its August release; and in doing so, became technically the first ever UK drill single to officially enter the charts.
UK drill group 67 had two entries into the official charts, however unlike the Unknown T entry, this was the albums chart and not the singles chart.
They reached number 66 in the Official Albums Chart with the mixtape Let's Lurk and number 71 with the mixtape The Glorious Twelfth. The above entries set off a snowball effect of UK drill song entries into the Official Singles Charts, and artists being propelled closer to the British mainstream.
As the songs entered the charts, more people began to find out and talk about UK drill again, thus attracting new fans to the genre, and attracting both positive and negative media attention for various reasons, keeping the genre in the limelight, and bursting the bubble the genre was confined within.
This also opened up drill to UK artists of other genres more, to begin rapping over drill style instrumentals and experimenting with sounds inside of the genre, as opposed to their usual styles.
In , DigDat released Ei8ht Mile. The mixtape scored the biggest opening week of all time for a UK drill album. In several interviews, M Huncho has described his more tone-down, melodic style and moderately humbler approach when it comes to lyrics as his own derivative take on UK trap music , in a genre he has personally dubbed as "trapwave".
Since grime's post-millennial boom period coincided with UK hip-hop's, the eagerly anticipated commercial breakout of the latter did not happen. Instead, acts such as Tinchy Stryder , Tinie Tempah , N-Dubz and Chip were signed to major labels and their traditional sound tweaked to fit a pop sensibility.
However the lineage of these, and many UK rappers, is unquestionably grime rather than UK hip-hop. Es entwickelte sich ein Mindset — am besten gekennzeichnet durch "No Sell Out" von Gunshot Vinyl Solution, oder "Poor But Hardcore" von Son of Noise aus The Mighty Son of Noise Kold Sweat, —, das Künstlern misstraute, die Chart-Erfolge erreichten ohne den, meist mit der Szene assoziierten Hardcore Stil zu benutzen.
Der Chart-Erfolg von Silver Bullet wurde aufgrund des entschieden schnellen Aufstiegs beklatscht, wohingegen Derek B und Rebel MC verachtet wurden, als sie mehr vom Pop beeinflusst waren, aber ernteten Erfolg durch unanfechtbare Texte.
Spaltungen innerhalb der Gemeinschaft wie diese machten es für britische Künstler schwer Chart-Erfolge zu erringen, aus Angst, als "Ausverkauf" gebrandmarkt zu werden.
Bristols Szene insbesondere die St. Nottingham war der Geburtsort der Stereo MCs , während uns Leeds Nightmares on Wax , Braintax und Breaking the Illusion schenkte, die die Szene durch die Gründung von Low Life Records revolutionierten.
Manchester rief die Ruthless Rap Assassins , Krispy 3 später Krispy , die Kaliphz und MC Tunes ins Leben. Als die Szene wuchs, wurde es für britische Rapper immer weniger üblich amerikanische Akzente zu imitieren jene, die es taten, wurden oft belächelt und britischer Rap bürgte immer mehr für seine eigene Identität.
Die erste Single, "The Badman is Robbin'", war ein Hit der Top 40 und die Gruppe fuhr fort mehr als Und doch kam der prophezeite britische Hip-Hop Boom nie.
The Horns of Jericho Rhyme Syndicate Records, wurde nie in den USA veröffentlicht und Plattenfirmen nahmen Künstler von ihren Listen herunter, sich auf schlechte Verkaufszahlen und mangelndes Interesse berufend.
Der britische Hip-Hop wurde auch durch die Plattenindustrie schwer getroffen, die durch die Auswirkungen des Samplens wachgerüttelt wurde und begann die Nutzung von Samples anzumahnen und die zu verfolgen, die sie ohne Erlaubnis nutzten.
Zwischen der Mitte der er Jahre und Anfang legten viele altgedienten britischen Hip-Hopper ihre Mikrofone nieder so beispielsweise auch die Gruppe The Brotherhood Band und bekamen Berufe im wirklichen Leben und die Szene, die bedroht war jeden Moment Mainstream werden zu können, blieb standhaft im Untergrund.
Scruff veröffentlichte "Frolic EP Pt 1" Pleasure Music, , Mark B veröffentlichte "Any More Questions? Neue Plattenfirmen, die versuchten, Stil und Sensibilitäten des britischen Hip-Hops mit moderner Dancemusik zu verschmelzen tauchten auf und erhielten Notiz, wie Mark Raes Grand Central oder DJ Vadims Jazz Fudge.
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