Pete and Bas: The Old Princes of UK Drill Music

Pete and Bas, Courtesy of BBC

I’m not going to pretend that I understand a thing about U.K. Drill music. I am not from England and have never been there, nor do I understand the intricacies and personalities surrounding the grimiest of British rap music. I have little to say about the violence that surrounds it or that it allegedly causes. I don’t even know any of its top…

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Copywriter, songwriter, and performer. Voice for hire, and eater of pancakes, and probably excellent podcast guest.

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