Ghetts

Ghetts’ Grime Guide 

WORDS: RUTH MORGAN 
PHOTOGRAPHY: COURTNEY FRANCIS

He’s out there making his own ground-breaking albums that redefine the grime genre, but London MC Ghetts has been inspired along the way. He gives us his top-five tracks

KANO - GHETTO KYOTE 

“This was crazy-soulful for its time. A real ground breaker that showed another side to grime.”

2 RUFF SQUAD FT. WILEY - TOGETHER

“This track was one of the first grime track to my knowledge to feature guitars. That was evolutionary for us.” 

3 LETHAL BIZZLE - POW 2011

“I have to put that in there because of what the track did. It was just huge, man.”

4 DIZZY RASCAL - JUST A RASCAL 

“The energy in this track and what it’s doing, the elements in it, are amazing. Dizzy’s on fire in this one. It’s a classic in and out of the grime scene.”

 

5 CRAZY TITCH - I CAN C U 

“This is one of the biggest grime sing-alongs ever. I’ve got good memories of hearing this in London clubs.”

 

 

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