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What Got You Into Grime

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Simple really, what made you like grime?State events or the first time you realised Grime was the one for you. Names of Producers, beats or artists you practically worshipped at the time.Post vids of tunes to help jog memories.Whatever you feel like, just what got you into GrimeIf this has been done, lock and delete

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Guest Tibbius

i used to work for delight fm in the height of garagethe progression was only natural

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WILEY - WOT DO U CALL IT.
ye pretty much.was into garage before then post so solid this is the only thing that sparked my interest. also eskimo but i never knew wot it was until i looked into wiley after wot do u call it.

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natural progression from the dark garage scene zed bias el b pay as u go so solid slimzee etc

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I remember rinsing this tune during summer '04. It was probably the first tune that kinda got me onto grime music.Forward also got me into grime music as well

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Guest Flava Dave

my boy played me a nasty crew set on Deja went i went 2 his back late 2001jus loved the rawness n the fact that it was our own version of hip hop n it was jus hypeang tight Kalim each n every

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bedrins yard listening to tapes in yearfive i think it was,put on all in one over eskimo. "all in one the one and only"was a wrap from there.

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Wiley - Morgue (instrumental)that beat had be amazed an on a hype was just bare different to anything i had heard before.

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Listened to jungle/garage then So Solid came about but grime itself i can't remember the first tune i heard, i just know it was Wiley and Dizzee.First grime cd i had was one i burnt at my cousins, had pulse eskimo n some other remix on it and a set or 2 from them man. Fell in love from there.

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At the time we were listening to drum'n'bass but I wanted something different. I went to my friend's house one night and there was this random guy there. They were listening to a pirate station and there was something that could have been Eskimo playing.

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followed garage till the endfelt fully depressed wen PAUG splitden my bredrin said listen to this - Roll Deep @ Sidewinder, think it was jus Wiley, DIzzee & Flow Dan (cant really remember), sh*t was on loop for a week (them times wen a set consisted of 5 different versions of Pulse X, 5 different versions of Eskimo, 5 different versions of Go/Ho, I luv U and that Jon E Cash tune that got remixed ten times as well)den i got one 2002/3 Roll Deep set, heard SALT BEEF like two or three tunes inDAT sh*t WAS A WRAP

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Sidewinder bonfire set roll deep with karnage b2b danny weed jamakabi/flow dan/dizzee/wiley @ creamygot the tape pack that set was on fire rememeber i use to rinse that i ripped it recently should be on grime tapes if u aint still got it

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Mac 10 N.A.S.T.Y Deja back in the day, Stormin, Hyper just started it for meBrizzo's beats soon after and Heat FM (and later Axe FM) really rekindled my enjoyment of the scene aswell

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natural progression from the dark garage scene zed bias el b pay as u go so solid slimzee etc
ye DARK GARAGE was wot i was into coming off the end of garage's peak as mainstream were milkin and morphing the lighter side. production on the darker side soon got more focus and more of a push then it was just a progression.grime just came into that, but the dark sound was around for a while. whatever way grime went after that, the prefrence for me was always the dark garage sound which reflects the rise and fall of my intrest in grime. i was always on hip hop from early so there was a time where i was backin the progression of grime into that whole mixtape phase but i liked the whole dark garage thing more and seein that almost vanish from grime was definately a hard hit and over time it outweighed the appreciation i had for the hip hop emulation.

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When it was called Grime I got into it via various Wiley and Dizzee tapes. Eskimo, Creepa, Pulse X and dem kinda riddims were f*ck*ng sick.

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So solid, Wiley, dizzee, kano i was bang on grime. Used to listen to Logan all the time now I couldnt care less about it.

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just followed it from garage really, hearing pulse x for the first time, then pulse y, then pandora's box, it was so simple yet energetic, with nice bass, slimzee tapes with ppl like maxwell d, wiley, dogzilla swear even doogz as well. Turning Jon E Cash- War up full when everyone else was bumping sum swag pop-hip hop and getting bare :huh: faces.

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