- Gggglllaastooooooo 2019
Not the biggest grime fan, but hugely appreciating the thought and effort that’s gone into this set. Clever guy artistically, commercially and culturally. Some storming moments (sorry), and some bits of real beauty. Particularly loved the gang sign/gun/blessing symbolism.
Reckon UK urban music might just truly have come of mainstream age.Posted 5 months agotaxi25Member
Is there anything more tragic than middle class white girls singing and dancing to Stormzy?!
Why ? Stormzy was great, I didn’t know some social economic groups were excluded from enjoying his performance. I’m sure he’s perfectly happy for his art to be appreciated by everyone.Posted 5 months ago
Why ? Stormzy was great, I didn’t know some social economic groups were excluded from enjoying his performance. I’m sure he’s perfectly happy for his art to be appreciated by everyone.
He’s from Croydon it’s hardly Mogadishu. Plenty of white fome down there from super rich to super poor.Posted 5 months agobikebouySubscriber
Not what it was.
Sure, like back in the 90’s when my wife used to climb over the fences to get in… sleep in an open field and get bottles of piss thrown all over the crowd..
Eat rank overpriced food, drink cider out of plastic bottle and get hassled by perverts.
Yeah, bring back those days eh?
At least teenagers can go now without feeling like they’ll get assaulted.
And middle aged IT Gurus feel like they’re back in the days when they used to enjoy “bopping” and forgetting for 30mins about the families they’ve left in the children’s play areas..
Enjoy it, 200,000 people there look like they’re enjoying it.Posted 5 months ago
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