Details have been revealed about a new drama series focusing on UK rap, grime and drill.
Set to broadcast in 200 countries and territories via Amazon Prime, Jungle is original series set in inner-city London that will feature some of the country's top grime, drill and UK rap talent. Produced by Nothing Lost and comprising six 30-minute episodes, the show's release date and cast are yet to be announced.
Digga D has released a statement telling fans that police have stopped him speaking about Black Lives Matter.
The UK drill MC, who is currently on probation, posted a picture on Twitter yesterday (14th) explaining that police have advised that he can't speak about the BLM movement because it promotes violence.
"I can't speak about BLM anymore because apparently it's promoting violence," the MC wrote. "Police and probation had a problem with me taking a picture holding a sign saying Black Lives Matter."
'Terms and Conditions' a new feature-length documentary film about UK drill, is out now.
UK drill artists Skengdo x AM have been quoted, talking about 'Terms and Conditions' saying: "Through this documentary, we hope people will better understand the people and the community behind drill music. Deleting drill is not an option. It's a creative expression that tells the story of our lives and experience."
Rico Racks has been banned from using certain words in his music.