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grime Grime DVD's. Where Have They Gone?

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Back in the day everyone loved to hear a new grime dvd being produced and it was an important part of the scene. The freestyles, interviews etc. gave everyone a view on all different aspects of grime and learn more about the scene.Now I dont hear about any dvds coming out, the last dvd that came out was so sh*t. A documentary on the movement. Who the f*ck cares about you going to pick up Scorcher from pen?Wheres Risky Roadz, Practice hours, Lord Of The Decks, Aim High all gone? Some of the freestyles from the DVDs where the best you will hear from the grime sound.Is this affecting the scene?

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i was wondering this myself.not much has come out of the scene lately (apart from mixtapes).a few DVDs would be nice.

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Problem is with dvds is that most of them feature the same people on, the makers need 2 do more research 2 find sick unknown mcs Also i have been on quite a few dvds and they never got released, i have no clue why either coz they had trailers and everythingMaybe they dont sell that well?

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Guest FaZe

the novelty ran out....the creators werent being inventive enough and they just got repeatative.lord of the decks 2 >>> __________

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if i had a camera id just go around interviewin every1 thats been backin grime from day...not all these new ppl...stickyeastwoodlewimacabrejammerroll deepnastythe people who were slkthe djs too , garna, mak, spyro, slimzee, plastician, logan etc

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but whats the point interviewing ppl licky sticky?where is he now?
so he can tell people about his experiencewtf is the point in interviewin mr slashhes sold a few eps...seenwhen someone whos bin merkin propa smashin it up from day could be interviewed whos sold f*ckin thousands n thousands n whos actualy done f*ckin sick in the scene n was in it when it was a scene that was fresh and newn man like bigshot whos now doin popthat sh*t would be more benefitial than some new sample guy promotin a music that he doesnt even know the background of...u need people with experience or people who can teach something and say wot they've learnt n give people advicenot smoe new yout promotin his next mixtape thats gona be sold on his road and nowhere else...theres myspace n sh*t for thatdvds r time n effort n money using projects that should have an outcome WORTH buying it for biggrin.gif

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They all need to Join as one.Practice Hours = Documentary/main partLord of the mics = Xtra featuresRisky Roads = FreestylesETC.

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yh ur rite there caos - ppl could learn a lot stildidnt reeli think about that aspect lmao.

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practice hours 2 has been the best grime dvd so farand have absolutley no idea about wots happened to PHTV, but i'd like to see a new practice hoursman like a plus gets his hands on some f*cked beats are you sickand RR3 is meant to be droppin around summer time, das wot rsky said time bk anyway

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yh ur rite there caos - ppl could learn a lot stildidnt reeli think about that aspect lmao.
lol nuttabut ye practice hours 2 is hte best dvd ive seen so far

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Rsky needs to raise his production/editing values in RR3, cos PH2 and PHTV make RR2 look like a joke

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more time dey juss film boring stuff, even when artists are doing big things. its really odd.

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more time dey juss film boring stuff, even when artists are doing big things. its really odd.
Yeah they dont have a plan, they just go out and film anythin'

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