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Capital XTRA’s Jay London counts down the 10 biggest homegrown Grime and UK Hip-Hop tracks to love this September.
This month brings some massive new tunes from the likes of Yxng Bane, Hardy Caprio, Jorja Smith and more of your favourite native artists.
Check out this month’s homegrown tracks below:
K2 World kicks off Septembers chart as Sir Spyro continues to produce banger after banger. ‘1 Bagga Chat’ is the 1st single off the K2 World x Sir Spyro EP (No Sleep).
‘Unsigned’ could well be the biggest UK tunes we have had this summer. Whilst it continues to generate millions of views, Hardy returns with his next single.
Young T and Bugsey jump straight into number 8 with ‘4×4’. Following on from the huge success of their single ‘Gangland’.
Steel Bangles and Mist are like salt and vinegar, add Rudimental and James Arthur and you get something special. This remix had to feature in September’s chart.
Jorja Smith continues to smash through the UK scene with her amazing vocals. This time Preditah has joined the party to create this month’s number 6.
After releasing possibly the biggest sing a long anthem this summer Don E returns to kick start September’s top 5.
AJ Tracey gets ready to release his new EP ‘Secure The Bag’ on October 6th, so expect more big tunes like this. The North London rapper teams up with Swoosh and Solan Evans for ‘LA4AWEEK’.
Still my favourite tune on the ‘High Street Kid’ mixtape – and now we have a video. ‘Balenciaga’ brings us into the top 3.
Just missing out on the top spot for September is this huge jam from rapper, singer and producer One Acen. After being heavily featured on tracks this summer from Tion Wayne and Hardy Caprio,.One Acen shows he is ready to be one of the break through artists of 2017
After his excellent remix of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’, releasing ‘Diamonds’ and teaming up with Yungen, East London’s Yxng Bane delivers his own Afrobeats-flavoured seduction track. Rihanna tops the chart for September.
10 Homegrown Grime & UK Hip-Hop Songs To Love In September – Capital XTRA