Go Left Music Videos 14 July 2016
Author: Alex Griffin

Go Left: GRM’s guide to alternative grime, hip-hop & R&B [015]

14 July 2016

What’s great about the young and developing scene we have in London (and beyond), is the sheer diversity of it. It seems every day a new artist is coming to our attention, sounding new and innovative and original, yet still so distinctly British. Artists are getting weird and artists are getting experimental, and it’s due time we started highlighting some of these creatives that may otherwise slip under our radar. With that being said, welcome back to Go Left; GRM’s guide to alternative grime, hip-hop and R&B, the best of what you may not have heard yet.


After a bunch of incredible R&B flavoured vibes last week, this time we’ve got a big mixed bag of tricks. Starting off with an incredibly piece of storytelling from Manchester artist PROSE, who delivers a vivid street tale over a guitar laden instrumental. We’ve also got the brand new music from Mike Skinner, who returns to the microphone with a new sing-song and honest track that we can really get down with at Go Left.

Things get grimier from there, as Birmingham-based collective BRM, founded by Go Left favourite Ralph Lauren, make the list with their tune “Grindin Part 2”. KwolleM adds some mellow grime with his latest remix of Boy Better Knows’ classic “Too Many Man”, before Zeph Ellis rounds things off with a bouncy instrumental, controversially called “All Lives Matter”.

We will be uploading more alternative videos onto our YouTube channel. If you fit in with those who don’t fit in, are part of the Go Left gang and have something wavy for us, send an email to [email protected]

While you’re here, check out last week’s collection of waviness right here.

by Alex Griffin