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  • Full name: Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr.
  • Born: 26 July 1993 (age 26 years), Croydon
  • Profession: British rapper, singer and songwriter
  • Net worth: $25 million dollars

I went to pick up my nephew from primary school, and one of the teachers there stopped me and said, ‘My son listens to you.’ That’s quite an awkward thing.

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Every single thing that I was told that I couldn’t do without a label – get in the charts, get on to the Radio 1 playlist – I’ve done.

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On the microphone, I’m not scared to step up and say, ‘This is my ability, this is how good I am.’ “In other areas of life, I’m not so confident; I’m still adjusting to the photo shoots, all that stuff. But behind the mic, I’m fully confident.

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In British music, you have indie, rock… Grime is now one of those pillars. It’s a foundation of British music.

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Our parents don’t always know what’s right. It’s a new age.

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If I’m not working on music, I’m usually with my friends playing FIFA. We just kick back – I’m proper chilled.

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I was a very naughty child, on the verge of getting expelled, but I wasn’t a bad child; everything I did was for my own entertainment. But when I went into an exam, I did really well.

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People always meet me and go, ‘You’re so much cooler than I thought you’d be,’ and I’m like, ‘What did you expect me to be like?’

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My core is grime. But I make all kinds of music. Take Picasso. He could paint whatever way he liked. He could do a little ting with a felt tip if he wanted to – it’s still going to be a bad boy Picasso at the end.

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I’m a bit crazy, so sometimes I just get these mad ideas that, on paper, aren’t even possible.

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You read a book, write a detailed review as proof you’ve read it, and they give you a badge. That’s where my competitive nature came out. Give me the badges! I would sit in the library all day, not ‘cos I loved reading, just because I needed those badges.

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When I’m good at something, I always try to be the best at it and claim that throne. Even in school, I never let anyone say anything to me; I would always be the smartest.

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I know a lot of grime artists started off on pirate radio, but I missed that era; I was way too young.

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The Americans have their way of talking, their way of dressing, their way of doing things, and we have ours. That’s why this whole U.K. underground thing has become sick, because everyone has finally said, ‘Yeah, yeah, Drake is sick – but hang on, we are too.’

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I read so many books when I was a kid that I didn’t even know were shaping me up.

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Engineering was the safe and sensible choice, but music was what I loved and wanted to do.

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Most middle-aged white men probably don’t know about little old Stormzy from London.

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I grew up in south London, and I remember watching the scene pop off in East and think, ‘Ahhhh, I would love to be in Bow E3 right now spitting with Wiley and Dizzee.’

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I need to just make as much noise and bang on as many doors as possible ’til men are, like, giving you the recognition.

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It’s not always about convincing your parents of what you want to do, but just saying, ‘This is what I’m doing; this is what I love.’

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My mum’s always had big aspirations because I’m an academic. I always got good grades at school. GCSEs were just a breeze for me.

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My older sister was into grime, so she got me into it. When I was ten, I begged her to take me to my first house party, where there were decks and a mic. I ended up falling asleep standing up in the corner.

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I’m a completely fearless musician.

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People often link grime with other things, like street culture, and clashing, and MC battles and whatnot. But no one’s ever talked in misogyny in grime. That’s often linked to hip-hop, I know people talk about that is a problem in hip-hop. But not grime.

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