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‘Monumental for Black British culture’: the exhibition celebrating two decades of grime
A new show at the Museum of London tells the history of a scene that shaped British music, streetwear and slang – and launched the careers of Ghetts, Skepta and JME

Joseph JP Patterson

14, Jun, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Skepta, JME, Julie ... are the Adenugas Britain's most creative family?
They boast two MCs, a broadcaster and a graphic designer – and now their mum Ify’s memoir explains their secret

Aniefiok Ekpoudom

16, Oct, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Giggs review – UK kingpin still at the top of rap's food chain
An unexpected appearance by JME punctuates a stripped-back but rambunctious hour that thrums with the energy of a basement club

Graeme Virtue

02, Dec, 2019 @11:45 AM

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BBK Takeover review – grandmasters of grime revel in a rapturous homecoming
The Boy Better Know collective laid on roller discos, video games and a megastar guest over a gloriously silly day that bore out grime’s staggering ascendancy

Dan Hancox

28, Aug, 2017 @12:17 PM

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The chef who’s getting young Londoners to love vegan food | Vegan and vegetarian food
Vegan food: Cook Daily is a restaurant in Shoreditch that’s defying the hipster stereotypes and becoming the unofficial headquarters for a new tribe of proud vegan. We meet chef King Cook to find out how

Clare Considine

24, Aug, 2017 @11:01 AM

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Afropunk review – afrofuturism gets anthemic at festival of booming black creativity
Printworks, London
JME, Nadia Rose, Nao, Lianne La Havas, Willow Smith and Corinne Bailey Rae all came together at a diverse celebration of black culture

Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff

24, Jul, 2017 @3:37 PM

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The 10 best things to do this week: Afropunk, Coming Out and Yerma
JME and Willow Smith play the black punk festival, Walker Art Gallery highlights queer stories and Billie Piper stars in Lorca’s tale of desire

The Guide

21, Jul, 2017 @8:00 AM

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Glastonbury 2017: Sunday evening, with Ed Sheeran and Boy Better Know – as it happened
The festival’s closing night brought Sampha’s smooth sounds, French electro from Justice, and the last word on grime’s 2017 takeover from Boy Better Know – plus a certain world-conquering bloke from Suffolk

Alex Needham

25, Jun, 2017 @11:20 PM

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Boy Better Know: ‘We should have been playing big festivals six years ago’
With Drake on their label and Corbyn in their contacts, grime collective BBK are big-time. Skepta, JME and the rest of the crew get in the Glastonbury mood, talking vegan food, politics and adventures in the healing field

Kate Hutchinson

22, Jun, 2017 @5:31 PM

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How Jeremy Corbyn turned a youth surge into general election votes
Labour outmanoeuvred the Conservatives with digital knowhow, an army of activists, a sense of humour and a new political vision

Michael Savage and Alex Hacillo

10, Jun, 2017 @7:56 PM

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'Stay involved': grime stars hail young voters turning out for Labour
After championing Jeremy Corbyn with the #grime4corbyn movement, JME, Stormzy and other musicians are celebrating Labour’s gains – and landing a big blow against political apathy

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

09, Jun, 2017 @11:34 AM

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#grime4Corbyn – why British MCs are uniting behind the Labour leader
Can the support of stars such as JME, Stormzy and Novelist help Jeremy Corbyn beat the election odds?

Alexi Duggins

17, May, 2017 @2:49 PM

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