The South Bank Show: Season 38, Episode 3

Grime, Bow and How UK Hip-hop Found Its Voice (18 May 2012)

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Documentary exploring the emergence of Grime music in London's East End, featuring Dizzee Rascal, Tinchy Stryder and other DJ's and commentators. The film also examines how UK Hip Hop found... See full summary »

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Documentary exploring the emergence of Grime music in London's East End, featuring Dizzee Rascal, Tinchy Stryder and other DJ's and commentators. The film also examines how UK Hip Hop found it's own identity and finally shrugged off the all pervasive influence of the USA. Written by Archie Powell

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