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UK GRIME RADAR

Another new week, and another set of the biggest grime movements released over the past seven days to keep you ticking over until the next instalment. This week saw rising star Stormzy ignite Charlie Sloth's studios with his ‘Fire In The Booth’, blazing a trail for more big grime vids…

HIT(S) OF THE WEEK: Stormzy – ‘Fire In The Booth’.

Tinashe Unveils 'Pretend' Video Feat. A$AP Rocky

Tinashe has revealed the new music video for her Detail-produced single 'Pretend' featuring A$AP Rocky.

The moody short film sees the L.A. songstress find out her boyfriend is cheating on her, and then exact revenge with some help from Pretty Flacko.

Drake Jokes He 'Could Have Made It Work' With Rihanna 

Drake couldn't resist firing a little hate at his frenemy Chris Brown over the weekend.

On the last leg of his Drake Vs. Lil Wayne tour in Texas, the rapper decided to bust out some of Chris' signature dance moves during Weezy's 'Loyal' performance. 

Pharrell Williams Gets Psychedelic In 'It Girl' Video 

Pharrell Williams has revealed the new music video for 'It Girl', and has gone for something a bit different.

The groovy animated video sees Pharrell appear in a number of different forms, including anime and retro video-game style as he buys clothes and swoons the ladies.

Joey Bada$$ Premieres New Video 'Christ Conscious'

Joey Bada$$ has premiered his new video for 'Christ Conscious', taken from his album 'B4.DA.$$' which is set for release later this year.

The short M-I-E directed film sees Joey channel his inner intergalactic self as he slowly levitates to a different world, putting a unique spin on his latest video effort.

Lauryn Hill Performs At London’s Brooklyn Bowl

Lauryn Hill had her loyal fanbase elated with the announcement of several live shows taking place in the UK this month. However, as any music lover with a Twitter account knows, her show at Brixton Academy received some strong criticism following reports of her arriving late and remixing her classics beyond recognition.

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