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The 24-year-old is part of a cohort of musicians known for leading and defining grime’s contemporary sound, though in the last year, he’s more than proved his creativity outside the genre. Whether it’s the vibrant rhythm of dancehall inflected Butterflies or Baauer produced 3am nodding to funky house and bashment, he moves effortlessly between scenes and sounds whilst staying true to his roots. The album promises to be a celebration of the multitude of subcultures that thrive in the capital. And beyond; in a series of recent tweets, he unexpectedly revealed that even country music wasn’t outside of his remit.