Daily dose: GRM Daily will keep breaking barriers for UK artists

Ben Homewood

GRM Daily founder Koby ‘Posty’ Hagan has told Music Week that he always knew the online platform could be part of a push to “make English rap music and grime become the biggest thing in the country”.

Since launching as a video hub in 2009, GRM Daily has gone on to help break generations of UK talent, from Tinie Tempah to Stormzy. Today, it has 3.2 million YouTube subscribers and over 3.6 billion views across its channel.

The platform releases ...

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