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From Pop Smoke to Fivio Foreign: the best New York drill songs

The traditionally British rap sub-genre is gaining traction in the Big Apple. Here are some of our favourite tracks

Quarantine bars: seven of the hardest freestyles on your social timelines right now

These rappers are making the best of this crappy situation

Skepta, Chip & Young Adz – ‘Insomnia’ review: three UK rap greats team up to celebrate their scene

Grime veterans Skepta and Chip collab with one half of smash-hit trap duo D-Block Europe

Lil Uzi Vert – ‘Eternal Atake’ review: this generation’s Lil Wayne embarks on a dizzying odyssey of sound

Inspired by Greek mythology, this sprawling record sees Uzi confirm his status as a modern great

Lil Baby – ‘My Turn’ review: Atlanta rapper outshines some of the biggest names in hip-hop

The 25-year-old rappers' second studio album offers proof that he's well worth the hype

Move over, Chicago: how the UK made drill its own – and then sold it back to the world

Thanks to British stars such as 67 and Skengdo X AM, the uncompromising rap sub-genre is bigger than ever

Skengdo X AM – ‘EU Drillas’ review: pan-European mixtape proves the Brixton duo are ideal ambassadors for UK drill

Well, someone's got to bring us back together with Europe, so why not Brixton heroes Skengdo X AM? The drill duo have recruited the...

Drill’s first openly gay rapper Mr Strange talks toxic masculinity, adversity and awareness: “I don’t conform and I’m doing just fine”

The first drill artist to talk about being gay alongside his trapping lifestyle, West London MC Mr Strange brings something totally new to the...
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