Dive into this Spotify playlist charting some UK Drill essential tracks curated by Dominic Garfield, director of The UK Drill Project. Featuring 22 songs from artists including Abra Cadabra, Headie One, Digga D and many more.
With artists such as Section Boyz and 67 on the forefront pushing this genre with hard hitting 808 drums and memorable hooks, this is something that rightly deserves more recognition. Big Shaq's 'Mans Not' instrumental was originally used in a song by drill artists 67 and if this isn't an indication of the genres influence on the masses I don't know what is. This playlist pretty much showcases the artists and the songs feel sum up the genre. From the new emerging artists such as Headie, K Trap and 86, to Abra Cadabra, take this as an intro or for some a recap of the UK Drill Scene.var player_width = 640;var player_height = 360;var pub_id = 322;var domain = 'www.gigwise.com';var vast_version = 2;var gdpr = 1;
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Drill music developed in Chicago in the early 2010s, a subgenre of rap exemplified by extreme violence and topics of street life and gang warfare. Initially confined to Chicago, it has since taken a foothold in New York and London. These 35 drill songs show the appeal of this music around the world.
Lil Reese came onto the drill scene early in the 2010s, first becoming known for his collaborations with Chief Keef and then, in 2012, his single, Us. The following year saw him release Wassup, an over-the-top aggressive, in-your-face rant about not being able to trust people due to being stung too many times before.
There is no doubt that Harlem Spartans were one of the biggest drivers in bringing drill to the UK. The London group is responsible for popularizing drill through songs such as Kennington Where It Started, which not only explored the genre but also adapted it to UK culture in a way that was related, yet totally distinct, from its Chicago ancestor.
Nicki Minaj has no connection to Chicago, so what was she doing recording a drill rap about the city with a Chicago native? Her 2016 song Chi-Raq, a collaboration with drill musician G-Herbo, was instrumental in popularizing drill beyond the borders of Chicago and proving that it had a place in mainstream hip hop.
Lil Reese had long been a rising star, mostly as a sideman working with other major rappers, when he released the 2012 track, Us. Now considered a classic of the Chicago drill industry, it also cemented him as an expert in his craft. The song not only got him a record deal but later returned to the charts after receiving a remix courtesy of Drake and Rick Ross.
Chief Keef was one of the most central figures in spreading the Chicago drill around the world. Drill fans will immediately think of Faneto, his unashamed diss track on the state of New Jersey. The song caused riots in the state, leading to its banning from radio replays and live performances. It also caused fans in the state to boycott him altogether.
As a new genre, drill rarely involves already-established hip hop artists. But it had a major moment when Drake took an interest in it, exploring the genre with his 2019 track, War. The song features a freestyle diss track over a UK-inspired drill cadence. It would make significant inroads in helping popularize drill and spread it into mainstream hip hop.
In a move that was, frankly, history-making, the Atlanta rapper reached out to UK artist Giggs. His goal? To remix his song Lemme Get Dat as a drill track in a gesture that crossed both cultures and genres.
By the turn of the 2020s, drill music had spread beyond Chicago. In Brooklyn, the genre was headed by rappers such as Fivio Foreign, whose 2020 track Big Drip took him from stardom to icon status. It became a massive hit, particularly in clubs.
A historical moment in the development of drill music came in 2019 when female rapper Shady dropped Go In. Up until then, drill, like many other hip hop genres before it, was dominated by male voices. She made a defining foothold in the drill scene for female artists, one that would pave the way for other female rappers such as Katie Got Bandz.
King Von might not have been extremely active throughout the 2010s due to several stints in prison, but what he lacked in recent industry experience he made up for in real-life experience. The Chicago native was uniquely positioned to write about experiences with street life in the city, and his lived encounters made his music stand out on the drill scene.
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