by Noctis Online


Music March 2, 2018

Original grime legend, Dirty Danger, former member of Ruff Sqwad, recently dropped a new come-back anthem titled ‘So Real’. Dirty Danger is returning to the grime scene by cutting through the noise and offering a sound reminiscent of the genre in its pinnacle golden age.

The track is an introductory warm up to forthcoming album, ‘Only For The Real’, which is due very soon. Rapping raw bars of honesty over a beat that’s going to stick, the MC is back to set the record straight. And to show everyone what the grime scene has been missing.

Born and raised in Bow, East London, Dirty Danger has heavily contributed towards the rise of grime music in the UK since the tender age of twelve. His first independent classic, ‘Misty Cold’, concreted his name and his contribution to the industry. Suffice to say, it hasn’t fallen to deaf ears.

He stands for substance and originality. He evolves with time whilst maintaining depth. “I’ve always relied on my imagination and institution to guide me”, he said. “And through this process it allows me to create a sound reminiscent of the golden era of Grime. ‘So Real’ is a raw taster to what I have in store this year…”


‘So Real’ is available to stream and download now

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