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Grime is an English music genre that branched out of garage in the early 2000's. It is typically around 140 bpm and features dark, heavy basslines and unique, futuristic sounds. It often features Mc's who use jungle, garage and drum and bass inspired flows.
Grime is often associated with other British music genres; Other genres include garage, speed garage, bassline, 4x4, drum and bass, dubstep, jungle, garage house, funky, 2 step, road rap, UK hiphop, dub and reggae.
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