Dirty Danger Returns With His Latest Single “So Real”

Mar 1 2018 BY Aaron Rattu

After a lengthy inactive period, original Ruff Sqwad member and grime original Dirty Danger is back to reinstate his mark on the scene with his latest single ‘So Real’.


Dirty Danger, a household name to some avid Grime fans is by no means new to this, having been around since the foundational days of British rap music and in the past has worked with the likes of D Double E; however, his last released project dates back to 2015. In attempts to reignite his status, Danger has released his latest grainy, enriched video, which showcases London’s council estate culture; a huge contributing factor in where the blossoming scene as we know it today, derived from.


Dirty Danger’s first independent classic Misty Cold concreted his name in the Grime history books, way before it had obtained the platform that we see today, however he has also become an individual who is sometimes overlooked. Having said that, Danger has a lot of accreditations to his name, for example his production of Tinchy Stryder’s classic project Star In The Hood back in 2007, which really helped pushed British underground rap music into the mainstream at the time.


Having just dropped the video for the single, Dirty Danger’s manager conveyed his feelings towards the rebirth of his artist, saying;


“I’ve always relied on my imagination and institution to guide me, and through this process it allows me to createhttp://bespokemag.co.uk/wp-admin/profile.php a sound reminiscent of the golden era of Grime. So Real is a raw taster to what I have in store this year” 


‘So Real’, the lead single and warm up to his anticipated, forthcoming project Only For The Real, paints a detailed picture of Danger as an individual. In doing so, he expresses everything from his learning experiences, to anecdotal comments, which give listeners a subtle look into his journey within the Grime realm, not only as a musical genre, but also as an important and arguably paramount element to today’s British culture.


Check out Dirty Danger’s latest video for ‘So Real’, which is available to stream and purchase across all digital platforms.