Exclusives 16 June 2020

#GRM10: 21 Most Underrated GRM Videos

16 June 2020

With our debut album GRM10 dropping this Friday, we thought now would be the perfect time to look back on some of the most under rated videos that have featured on our channel throughout our illustrious history. Feast your eyes on some of the hidden gems that we’ve hosted over the last 10 years, and heres to 10 more!   

Bellzey – “Closer”

Bellzey didn’t come to play with this one, laying down slick bars and keeping his energy solid from the moment the video kicked off. The South London rapper keeps it authentic with the visuals.

Happi – “Southside”

Exuding summertime vibes, Happi bounces between robust bars and a smooth hook on “Southside”. A feel-good love tune with equally as sweet visuals to match.

SK ft. Sona – “Life is Gucci”

SK linked up with Sona for this afro-beat infused track. Playing on the colloquially interchangeable terms ‘good’ and ‘gucci’, the pair flex a lavish style and carefree lifestyle. A bop.

Etta Bond ft. A2 – “Surface”

The soulful Etta Bond gives us heartfelt vocals with “Surface”, enlisting A2 for a guest verse that pair perfectly. The visuals raw and powerful encompassing the theme of getting to really know someone.

Tiggs Da Author x Blade Brown – “Kinshasa Riddim”

Not a generic pairing – Tiggs and Blade’s individual styles come together well on “Kinshasa Riddim”. A guaranteed head-bopper, the South London artists go back to back on this track, Tiggs rounding it off with a rhythmic hook.

Knucks  x Not3s – “Hooper”

Making use of an intricate but bubbly instrumental, Knucks and Not3s bounce off each other on this Braggadocious song. Knucks with the clever bars and Not3s coming through on the hook, “Hooper” is understandably a vibe.


Brandz x Tion Wayne – “Streetz Dem”


Showcasing his ability to straddle both lanes, Brandz drops a smooth hook alongside real lyrics. Tion Wayne comes in with his signature flow and cadence for a cold feature verse. This track is relatable to many all while remaining a banger.

Delsa – “Pending”

Spitting over a now infamous beat, Delsa touches on the grind and come up on this single. Rounding it off with a catchy hook, “Pending” is classic street heat.

Naughty Boy ft. Section Boyz – “140 Man At Ya Door”


Before their name change, Naughty Boy provided a gritty beat for Section Boyz to flow over. The group rotate, all dropping cold but unique verses –  proving that Section had the no hook flex on lock very early on.

S Loud – “Bizzerk Remix” ft. Potter Payper, Youngs Teflon, Louis Rei, Blade Brown

From the talent that brought us “Lightskin”, S Loud employed his melodic trap style on this track before calling on an all-star line up for the remix. All featured slap down hard-hitting bars with an animated visual to accompany it.

Billions – “10 Toes”

Lively from the onset, Billions’ energy is almost infectious in “10 Toes” – him and the mandem enjoying on the video. Lyrics clean cut and delivered with flair, this ones short and sweet.

M Lo – “Be Somebody”

M Lo made his musical return with this track, “Be Somebody” is subtly jumpy and rhythmic. The North West rapper came consistent on the verses and doesn’t disappoint on the hook. The pairing visuals also employ several sick camera angles and effect.

Coops ft. Benny Banks & Sophie Faith – “So Cold”

Spitting over a beat that’s heavy with 90’s Mobb Deep influence, both Coops and Benny Banks go back to on this song – giving us classic rap vibes. “So Cold” is gritty and full of slick metaphors, Sophie Faith rounds it off with ethereal vocals.

S Loud – “You’re In The Way”

S Loud makes use of a slower calculated flow on this single with a skippy instrumental as his foundation. Him and the his guys are blacked out in the video, with various scenes illuminated by LED lights, setting a nice tone for this bop.

Knucks – “Turnover”

“Turnover” has an impressive instrumental, the type we’ve now come to associate Knucks with. The North-West London rapper lays down eerie bars with cadence perfect for a late-night drive. Shot abroad, the visuals for this one are clean.

Oscar #Worldpeace x Ragz Originale x 808Charmer x Knucks – “Clean”

New school faves all flex their prowess on this one. Setting the tone in at a vibey party, they all go back to back with confident bars, Oscar providing a nice hook to package it all together.

whYJay ft. Ayo Britain – “Bonnie & Clyde”

Producer whyJay calls on a set of vocals from Ayo Britain for this one. Ayo delivers his verses with a unique delivery and flair, doing well to effortlessly flow on hook as well.

Reeko Squeeze ft Donaeo – “Diablo”

Another vogue collaboration that’s works. Donaeo expectantly shells on the chorus with Reeko doing his thing on his verses. Both making it look easy, “Diablo” is dually drilly and melodic.

Teks Sinatra – “Married”

This one tugs at the heartstrings, something Teks has shown to be able to do on countless occasions. A soothing love song that tells a sweet story, the video entertaining and exuding all the right vibes.

Jay Ardz – “Roadside”

Kicking it off with a belting chorus, Jay keeps the energy high on “Roadside”. Hard-hitting, we see a couple nice switch-ups when it comes to flow –  this one needs to be played out on speakers.


Nehmy – “No Switchin’”

Nehmy gives us smooth vocals and bars on this track produced by Stillo. The visual aspect trippy and feel good, with a short running time, we’re left wanting more.

Be sure to check out all the videos and artists above, were there any big ones you think that we’ve missed? Let us know on the socials!