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- EVERYBODY THINKS THIS YEAR IS THEIRS ahaha. SKEPPY'S BEIN DOIN THIS BEFORE YOU KNEW WHAT GRIME WAS.
- Me, Myself, and I
- Skepta (born Joseph Junior Adenuga) is a British rapper, commonly associated with the North London grime scene. He is a member of Roll Deep, and became renowned throughout London as a result of his breakthrough single, "Private Caller", which featured many of his "Meridian Crew" (from Meridian Walk in "Totty").
He co-owns a North London-based record label named Boy Better Know with his younger brother JME (real name: Jamie Adenuga). Skepta also had a hit collaboration with Juelz Santana, entitled "We Don't Give A Fuck". Skepta is now a member of East London collective Roll Deep. He features on various tracks on their album 'Rules & Regulations'. He appears in their video for 'Celebrate'.
His main target is to make grime music 'main stream' in the United Kingdom and the United States. So far, alongside accomplices like Wiley, Roll Deep, JME.
STARTING TO ACCEPT NEW BAND MEMBERS.
SPEAK TO STRYKIE (6TH BAND MEMBER) IF YOU RECKON YOU CAN DO SUMTHIN DECENT FOR THE BAND.
Skepta from North London (real name Joseph Adenuga) is possibly the most talked about underground grime artist on the circuit, and this is his debut artist album proper. It needs to be restated that this is no ordinary street mixtape, this is the real deal, full album project. Having already featured on MTV Base ‘About to Blow’, graced the pages of magazines from i-D to Dummy to RWD to Blues & Soul, performed the world over spreading his sound across New York, Italy, Russia, Israel, Czech Rep, Sweden, Germany, Cyprus, Switzerland, Belgium, France and Amsterdam along with many other countries whilst also making the bill of UK festivals such as Glastonbury and V, Skepta has achieved all of this without even having an album in the shops. With this eagerly anticipated debut set from the producer, MC and stage-show master, fans of Boy Better Know and club anthems like ‘Doin’ It Again’ and ‘Single’ will be treated to 15 tracks of unadulterated Grime. The perfectionist streak in Skepta means these are full songs, a combination of party lyrics and concepts that, whilst drawing from the underground, will stand firm among the commercial.
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