From Meridian, to Roll Deep, to Boy Better Know, Joseph Junior Adenuga has been blazing a trail in the UK underground for over a decade. And Skepta’s name is hotter than ever. Having undeniably smashed his way to the surface now, there was plenty to discuss – grime’s resurgence, Red Bull Culture Clash, and flying the flag with international collaborations. This conversation provided an insight into the mind of an artist whose career has had unparalleled momentum both inside and outside of his field.
This talk was held on April 16th, 2015 as part of RBMA’s UK Tour stop in Manchester.
Welcome to the brand new series, Not For The Radio.
Hosted by Duane Jones aka Vis (Renowned), Posty (GRM Daily) and Chams (Face4Music) the trio invite a series of guests onto the show to talk realness – no holds barred.
On the first ever #NFTR, Jammer joins the crew in the studio to discuss a multitude of controversial topics, revealing plenty of exclusive info regarding his involvement in Chip’s “Pepper Riddim”, performing/working with Kanye West, BBK’s legacy, the MOBO’s and more.
Skepta ft JME – That’s Not Me released 8th June – available on iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/tha…
Skepta & Jammer speak to Westwood backstage after the show in London about the new single That’s Not Me ft JME, Skepta’s new album Konnichiwa, putting on a legendary live performance & Grime.
Noisey presents a new documentary about London’s grime scene and its relationship with the police hosted by JME and featuring Meridian Dan, Jammer and Big Narstie.
In February, Just Jam’s event at The Barbican was cancelled at the last minute. It was an event that seemed to be yet another victim of the London authorities now notorious risk assessment procedure, Form 696.
Told through the eyes of Jamie Adenuga—grime outfit Boy Better Know’s tee-total, vegan frontman who was booked to perform at the Barbican—Noisey investigates what the reasons behind the sudden cancellation were. He speaks to lawyers, journalists and fellow artists like Jammer, Meridian Dan and Big Narstie to find out whether the prohibiting of grime music events by London police is a cause for concern, rather than a solution to crime in the capital.