We do support UK music. It’s just that we feel a lot of the UK artists in the scene are a following the terrible cliche slow gangster rap and it’s awful. When it comes to supporting music, we love to appreciate creativity and content alongside the message. The people that we do support are what we like to believe as “artists of a great craft” and not just a grime MC standing infront of a camera in a hood (no jabs at SBTV). If people followed TheBluMile correctly you’d see that we have supported many great UK artists from the beginning, with the likes of Bartoven, Rax, Benjamin AD, Rufio Summers and more under our belt.
Excuse my rant. Now for the main subject, Benjamin AD. Straight out of the South East London, UK area Lewisham, Benjamin AD from the collective The Legacy has been producing what I’d like to call “UK Conscious Rap” for many of years, since he was previously with Clear Cut Entertainment alongside Rax.
Greatly directed by Kevin Ngongo, this is his latest visual for his lead single off his upcoming mixtape Chapter 0.5: The Prologue, which is still yet to receive a release date. He grabs fellow North London rapper, Joe Black, for the feature to deliver this insightful track based on how lower/middle class people are perceived by the upper class.