NME photographer extraordinaire Jordan Curtis Hughes is launching his first solo exhibition, This Ain't A Culture, tomorrow night (Jan 5) at the Boxpark pop-up in Shoreditch, east London. The exhibition looks at the grime scene Jordan has helped to document over years, featuring the likes of Skepta, Big Narstie and Novelist. He shared a few of his favourites with us, so feast your eyes and then get down to the event, which will feature a performance from former Meridian Crew member President T.
Chip, Skepta, Solo 45, Wiley and Shorty perform at Eskimo Dance, Wiley's grime night.
Skepta takes to the stage at the London's art and design museum the V&A, where he launched #SupportMusic, a collaboration with Levis launched to help young people break into the music industry.
Former Meridian Crew member President T kicks it on the infamous north London street Meridian Walk.
Bonafide legend Big Narstie backstage at London super club Fabric, which recently re-opened after being closed down by the council.
Skepta and Novelist in the basement of fancy department store Selfridges for the launch of a new line from clothing brand Liam Hodges.