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Konnichiwa is Skepta's most fiery album to date. And with five years separating it from his last LP, it's both a meditation on fame and braggadocio masterclass. Yet the MC's take-no-prisoners approach still packs dark, percussive rhymes and rattling intensity into tracks like “Crime Riddem” and “It Ain’t Safe". He’s suspicious of success on the Pharrell-featuring “Numbers” and alternately sensitive about it on “Text Me Back”. But he spits like gunfire on “Shutdown", a grime anthem full of classic hip-hop chutzpah where Skepta raps, "They tried to steal my vision/This ain’t a culture/It’s my religion".

Biography

Born: 19 September 1982 in London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A veteran of the U.K. grime scene, MC, producer, and record-label owner Skepta was influential in its shift from the underground to the pop charts, as well as its creative and commercial resurgence during the mid-2010s. Born Joseph Junior Adenuga to Nigerian parents, Skepta moved to Tottenham with his family at the age of three. Inspired by both U.S. and U.K. hip-hop, he started his music career appearing on the pirate radio circuit and performing at various MC battles. In 2005, he formed the grime...
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