Who are the Grime MCs of Galdem Sugar? Hear some of their best bars!
Galdem Sugar.

Who are the Grime MCs of Galdem Sugar? Hear some of their best bars!

BBC Three will be dropping a six-part series following some MCs as they navigate the male-dominated world of Grime.

Get ready for Galdem Sugar!

So before the show airs, we thought best to get to know these young rappers and check out some of their best bars.

Read on to find out everything you need to know about the girls of Galdem Sugar…

Galdem Sugar.

Pre Wavy

Pre Wavy says most of her influences came from America and that her love of Hip Hop inspired her to become a rapper herself.

But she cites Notting Hill carnival as the place that made her fall in love with music.

In an interview, Pre said:

The culture, music, atmosphere everything just caught my attention differently. I loved how everyone was so happy dancing and singing along, I definitely wanted to be on stage myself one day.


Out of all the rappers on the show, Laughta already has the most established following.

You can join her 11,000 followers on her Insta @laughta1!

Born in Nigeria and of Lebanese descent, Laughta tries to incorporate her heritage into her music, but says she takes influences from everywhere.

Moving to London at the age of seven particularly influenced her musically and she speaks about Grime music being her main driving source and passion.

C Cane

C Cane is not just an MC, but works as a DJ presenter for Reprezent Radio.

This talented multi-instrumentalist can really do it all.

Check out her insane freestyle for BBC Radio 1Xtra below…

Madders Tiff

North London born Madders Tiff is quickly making a name for herself in the Grime scene.

You can join her following on Insta @madderstiff.

And we’re sure that after Galdem Sugar Madders will blow up on the scene, big time.

Cassie Rytz

South West Londoner Cassie was born in Balham, but is quickly taking the city by storm.

At just 18 years old she is proving herself to have what it takes to go far in the industry.

She cites dancehall artist Spice as one of her main influences and infuses her love of bashment and dancehall into Grime.

Check out Cassie on Instagram @cassierytz.




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