10 Homegrown Grime & UK Hip-Hop Songs To Love In July

13 July 2017, 15:10

Chip Ghetts Gets Like That video

Featuring new music from AJ Tracey, Dun D, Chip and more.

Capital XTRA's Jay London counts down the 10 biggest homegrown Grime and UK Hip-Hop tracks to love this July.

This month, there are huge new songs from AJ Tracey, Dun D and Chip - who's joined by Ghetts in a video giving us some Bad Boy vibes.

Check out this month's homegrown tracks below:

10. Hardy Caprio Feat. One Acen - Unsigned

Hardy jets off to make the ideal video for this summer anthem that's starting to make some moves on Spotify's daily chart.

9. Ulteria Feat. Bellah - Purpose

The collective from east London are hoping this song will help them crossover. We’re feeling it.

8. Nadia Rose Feat. 67 - Wat Up

Nadia teams up with south London group 67 to create a murky beat for this.

7. AJ Tracey - False 9

Aj Tracey represents Tottenham in this video where he actually unveils their new kit! First for Grime (and the Premier League).

6. Chip Feat. Ghetts - Gets Like That

Chip (Chipmunk) goes for minimalism in this video for the track off his upcoming album 'League Of My Own Pt II' out next month.

5. Fredo - Like That

Fredo’s been on the radar since ‘They Ain’t 100’ last year. Could ‘Like That’ take him to the next level?

4. Mist - These Days

After his Glastonbury appearance on the Sonic stage, rapper Mist continues to make a name for himself with the release of ‘These Days’.

3. Dun D - Ready

It's July. The temperature's going up. This is what we need.

2. NSG Feat. Geko - Yo Darlin'

NSG teams up with Geko, who’s blowing up right now with ‘Plan For You’, for ‘Yo Darlin’’.

1. Kojo Funds Feat. Kranium - My Wish

Kojo Funds shut it down at Wireless and he's continuing his quest to take over the summer with 'My Wish'.

Jay Z performing in 2016

18 New Songs, Albums And Remixes To Love In July 2017

Jay-Z 4:44 album cover

21 ‘4:44’ Lyrics For When You Need The Perfect Instagram Caption

Bryson Tiller Capital XTRA Interview

EXCLUSIVE: Bryson Tiller Confirms Unreleased Drake Collaborations