10 Homegrown Grime & UK Hip-Hop Songs To Love In October
Featuring new music from Stormzy, Krept & Konan, Wretch 32 and more.
Capital XTRA's Jay London counts down the 10 biggest homegrown Grime and UK Hip-Hop tracks to love this October.
This month, there are huge new songs from Stormzy, Wretch 32 and Krept & Konan - who are ready to unleash two new mixtapes '7 Days' and '7 Nights'.
Check out this month's homegrown tracks below:
10. Krept & Konan - 'For Me'
Taken from their new mixtape '7 Nights', Krept & Konan released a dancehall-themed track aimed at the ladies.
9. Trapstar Toxic - 'Sentiments Freestyle'
Ice City's Trapstar Toxic has released a new introspective freestyle called 'Sentiments'.
8. Maxsta - 'King Dizzee'
Following this month's
between Wiley and Dizzee Rascal, Maxsta has unleashed an hard-hitting new song about the Grime legends.
7. Donae'o Feat. Young T & Bugsey & Belly Squad - 'Let Me'
Taken from his latest mixtape 'Sixteen', Donae'o has released the stunning visuals to his collaboration with Belly Squad and Young T & Bugsey.
6. Stormzy - '4PM In London'
Stormzy surprised fans with a potent freestyle over Drake's '4PM In Calabasas'. The Grime star showed off his lyrical ability, whilst revealing the pitfalls of his success so far.
5. Ramz - 'Barking'
Ramz takes fans on a tour of Barking in the visuals to his latest track.
4. Belly Squad - 'Deceitful'
London trio Belly Squad followed-up their recent summery single 'Lifestyle' with a dark, more trap-influenced song - displaying their versatility.
3. Krept & Konan - 'Wo Wo Wo'
Krept and Konan's trap banger, which will appear on their upcoming mixtape '7 Days', inspired a 'Wo Wo Wo' challenge on social media.
2. Wretch 32 Feat. Kojo Funds & Jahlani - 'Tell Me'
Wretch 32 linked up with Kojo Funds and Jahlani on a bouncy single taken from his new album 'FR32'. The track samples Whitney Houston's 'It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay'.
1. Sneakbo Feat. Giggs - 'Active'
Sneakbo and Giggs top this month's chart after linking up for a huge surprise collaboration taken from the official FIFA 18 soundtrack. The South London anthem will also appear on Sneakbo's forthcoming album.