The UK rap star talks us through the silky neosoul, dancehall-inspired drill and the OFB crew members on the One Records roster.
Since entering the grime scene, the rapper has skyrocketed to stardom, pissing off right-wing politicians and fighting for the rights of the British public along the way.
Take it from the leftfield grime producer, Edinburgh is more than just a hub for middle-class mums during Fringe.
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The brazen artist with grime connections talks about what she likes, loves and loathes and her new EP Dark, out today.
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