Grime

Slang: Genre of music indigenous to the UK, performed by the likes of Dizzee Rascal (right). Mostly mid-tempo, stripped-down, minimal style of music comprising of beats and bass with simple rhythms -Usage: 'Yeah, I do grime' - Other terms Eski, dark garage, sub-lo
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Grime

Grime noun [ Confer Danish grim , griim , lampblack, soot, grime, Icelandic grīma mask, sort of hood, OD. grijmsel , grimsel , soot, smut, and English grimace .] Foul matter; dirt, rubbed in; sullying blackness, deeply ingrained.
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Grime

Grime transitive verb To sully or soil deeply; to dirt. Shak.
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Grime

• (v. t.) To sully or soil deeply; to dirt. • (n.) Foul matter; dirt, rubbed in; sullying blackness, deeply ingrained.
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Grime

[music] Grime, also known as 8-bar, nu shape, sublow and eskibeat, is a style of English music that emerged in Bow, London, England. It was developed by teens of mostly African and Caribbean heritage, in the early 2000s, primarily as a development of UK garage, drum and bass,dancehall and hip hop. Pioneers of this stylized music include Eng...
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