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I really don't understand why so many UK teens are following this grime culture. The music is genuinely unpleasant to listen to and it promotes really chavy behaviour like taking drugs wearing a tracksuit... Anyone else think the same?
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They like the cache
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I really don't understand why so many UK teens are following this grime culture. The music is genuinely unpleasant to listen to and it promotes really chavy behaviour like taking drugs wearing a tracksuit... Anyone else think the same?
What is it? I've heard of grunge :rofl:
Feeling like an old age pensioner rn haha
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Why so many teens are following grime culture? Maybe its because most of the lyrics are 100% relateable.
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Smithy boy owns everyone though

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I really don't understand why so many UK teens are following this grime culture. The music is genuinely unpleasant to listen to and it promotes really chavy behaviour like taking drugs wearing a tracksuit... Anyone else think the same?
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**** music
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I think Akala is okay. He also tries to make a point when he raps.

EDIT- Apparently his music is only regarded as hip hop so I have no idea as to what grime music actually is.
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(Original post by splashywill)
I really don't understand why so many UK teens are following this grime culture. The music is genuinely unpleasant to listen to and it promotes really chavy behaviour like taking drugs wearing a tracksuit... Anyone else think the same?
my playlist is better

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...VXtqmWzyawCK1s
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Why so many teens are following grime culture? Maybe its because most of the lyrics are 100% relateable.
What's relatable about it?
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If you don't like it don't listen, nothing is forced on you , especially considering it's very rarely on radio. Let people do what they want to do
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I think Akala is okay. He also tries to make a point when he raps.
Akala is hip-hop, not grime
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grime is 2 gd.
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what kind of idiot listens to this crappy type of music
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(Original post by ArseneWenger1)
Akala is hip-hop, not grime
My bad.
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(Original post by splashywill)
I really don't understand why so many UK teens are following this grime culture. The music is genuinely unpleasant to listen to and it promotes really chavy behaviour like taking drugs wearing a tracksuit... Anyone else think the same?
i agree
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If you don't like it don't listen, nothing is forced on you , especially considering it's very rarely on radio. Let people do what they want to do
don't worry, I don't like it or listen and I am letting people listen to whatever they want. All i'm saying is i really don't get how it's become so popular because in my opinion it doesn't sound good at all
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Smithy boy owns everyone though

haha i remember this kid back in the day
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Why so many teens are following grime culture? Maybe its because most of the lyrics are 100% relateable.
No they aren't. The lyrics are mostly based around fiction and violence and always have been. That's part of why it was so exciting when it was developing.

Grime has been and gone & is attempting to hang on to it's glory years. Also the fan base has changed and the lyrics on the early tracks were particularly relevant to the working class kids.

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I think Akala is okay. He also tries to make a point when he raps.
He isn't Grime though.
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what kind of idiot listens to this crappy type of music
I don't even listen to grime, but how can you try and generalise the entirety of ANY genre of music as "crappy"?

What counts as "good" music to you then?

And to call anyone that listens to it an idiot, K.
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