So give me a shout and let me introduce you to the newer guys who have kept it afloat and deserve to be shown the respect they deserve for the work they have put in. Marcus Nasty has been a champion of British underground music for almost two decades now, starting out as a grime DJ and founder of N. Y Crew, before taking his skills and passion to the funky and bass music arenas. But UK funky—the mids born genre dipped in tribal house, garage, grime and dubstep—is where his heart is, and will forever be. How do you feel about that, being someone who has consistently championed the sound? Because, after that, came bass—which I had a major hand in. Why did that happen—was it the MCs jumping on it? What are your honest thoughts on that whole period? I think blaming the MCs was a cop-out; even I used to say that, at one point.
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How many DJs can lay claim to having pioneered three distinct genres that each changed the face of British dance music? Now the style he helped usher in is a worldwide phenomenon. Fast forward to and Marcus could be found destroying Ayia Napa floors as a founding father of Funky.
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