The OGs of Grime descend on Brockwell Park, London for Project 6 festival, read on to find out the best moments…
- Flowdan dropping ‘Killers In The Jungle’
With Flowdan well recognised in the Dance music scene across the world after featuring on a track with Skrillex, Four Tet and Fred Again, in the Grime world he has been big for sometime. He joined the stage with the iconic duo Dubstep DJs Kahn & Neek to perform classic and new bars, from ‘Big 45’ to ‘Killers in the Jungle’ as the crowd went crazy.
2. D Double E shutting down the Outlook stage
One of the biggest icons in the Grime scene, D Double E was respected as soon as he entered the stage. After several of his classic songs, he played ‘Street Fighter’ which was followed up by three wheel-ups as the crowd went mental.
3. Novelist performing new and old songs
Novelist came out controlling the crowd, showing us that he is one of the top MCs in the game. Starting with a lot of his new self-produced tracks, the second half of the set was a classic Grime show with tracks like ‘Lewisham McDeez’.
4. P Money showing his versatility
P Money put on a very versatile performance as he mixed Grime, Dubstep and Drum & Bass beats, giving a set that would be very popular with Outlook festival-goers.
5. Sir Spyro bringing out Capo Lee & Footsie
BBC 1Xtra DJ, Sir Spyro brought to the stage Grime legends Footsie and Capo Lee, the latter of which has made a recent comeback after releasing his new EP ‘Join Forces’ with Izco.
6. The chemistry of Commodo’s set with Manga
Commodo on the decks and Manga on the mic was a perfect duo with the pair feeding of each other’s energy on the beats and the bars.
7. Sicaria sound closes the night
The DJ duo played the perfect set to end the night, taking over the 140bpm Bass music scene across the world. Catch them touring the UK, USA and Australia in Australia.
Photos and words by Rick Briggs