Grime behind Corbyn

Here in the UK, urban music is becoming increasingly political once again. This has been evidenced by the show of support for UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn from a range of British grime and hip hop artists, such as Akala, Low-Key and JME.

Corbyn is seen by many in underprivileged areas as the man posing the right solution to their problems, giving a voice to people affected most by government austerity, and a leg-up to young people, many of whom enjoy music genres such as grime and hip-hop.

Akala Appears on This Week in defence of Corbyn:


Low-Key on Corbyn:

When JME met Jeremy

The Labour leader himself even dropped a few bars over a Stormzy classic, during his campaign.
..OK, maybe not