The Misconception Of Drill Music | The Big Narstie Show

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  • Published on Jan 13, 2022
  • Paul Chowdhry & Dawn Butler share their views on the Drill music industry.
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Comments • 532

  • Khal Drogo
    Khal Drogo 4 months ago +648

    Never thought I'd see Paul Chaudhry & Digga D in the same room😂

    • J K
      J K 4 months ago

      He’s cliched

    • Robert Griffin
      Robert Griffin 4 months ago +5

      Paul chaudhry pretty cool tho

  • Trini Mane
    Trini Mane 4 months ago +359

    When she mentioned the 1% the media focus on, certain man held their head down in shame 😂

    • Siri siri
      Siri siri 22 days ago

      digga scracking his head thinking bout numerous ride outs lol

    • simplysolomon
      simplysolomon 3 months ago

      Loooool

    • James Jones
      James Jones 3 months ago

      Her brothers might be gd most blacks dont follow law nd order

    • Khalid Garbiya
      Khalid Garbiya 3 months ago

      😂😂😂😂😂

    • chinaldo10
      chinaldo10 4 months ago +2

      Mad one lol

  • Muhammad Abdul Aziz
    Muhammad Abdul Aziz 4 months ago +406

    even if it’s not a direct cause for knife crime or violence, you can’t say that the genre doesn’t trivialise or normalise such acts. it numbs the minds of the people who listen to it from the true horrors they boast about in their songs.

    • Mane Mane
      Mane Mane 3 months ago

      Bullshit they still promote it and still do it stop the cap. And even if they did stop they still influence thousands

    • laurie hepburn
      laurie hepburn 3 months ago

      Words don’t justify actions

    • SR Fozzy
      SR Fozzy 4 months ago

      @tbc wish people would use stupid point to defend drill and just admit you listen to the most toxic genre to ever exist. there is no other genre that all glorify the exact same thing, every single song, regardless of the artist besides drill. Rock has various different subject. even fucking emo music has more positivity in some songs than drill has. deadest genre ever.

    • SR Fozzy
      SR Fozzy 4 months ago +1

      @Peaking Mantis bro its the only genre on earth that consist of 100% violence or selling drugs. yeah its great that the artist got a chance to get out but then they do nothing but glamorise that lifestyle? and kids are litterally like sponges that take it all in and get sensitised.

    • A X
      A X 4 months ago

      @Harry Milton-White lol so stats don’t matter ? Why do CIA use extremely loud rock n roll music while torturing. lol

  • Mason Turner
    Mason Turner 4 months ago +515

    The irony in trying to paint Digga as some community guy when he and his gang have pushed drugs to his community, done stabbings and other acts of violence and certainly not been a law abiding citizen is actually funny.

    • DaveEdwards21
      DaveEdwards21 2 months ago

      @Mason Turner digga isn’t capping, he’s been prison, he’s not capping

    • James Smith
      James Smith 2 months ago

      And he got out of that lifestyle and done well for himself.

    • J
      J 3 months ago

      @Mason Turner Real talk. Do a podcast g people need to hear you

    • Tolu Ogunkanmi
      Tolu Ogunkanmi 4 months ago

      @Dylan McBride none of these rap artist sell drugs anymore, it’s all a facade! The most they do is get involved in beef they were already involved in before they made it, beef doesn’t disappear your oops don’t care what you’re trying to do with your life and to some extent ego and pride gets the better of them and feel they have to prove they are still “on this ting” which personally i think is stupid but i can see why it happens!! He’s not a saint but he’s definitely not selling l no drugs, not when music is paying him as much as it is!!

  • iSmithy14
    iSmithy14 4 months ago +279

    The genre itself isn’t at fault for the violence but it does play a part

    • Kk Rr
      Kk Rr 3 months ago

      Crime rate is the same

    • Ml994 L
      Ml994 L 3 months ago

      @Pego Brown influence, motivate, inspiration, the music contributes to those factors, just like sports make people wanna be an athlete or movies make people wanna be an actor, music makes people wanna sing, drill makes some of these losers wanna live a street gang life and be proud of it

    • C
      C 3 months ago

      @Pego Brown yes the government cuts is one part of the reason for it too. theres many factors that plays into it. government. music influence. surroudings/company you keep. parents education. it all plays into it.

    • Pego Brown
      Pego Brown 3 months ago

      I never said drill wasn't negative or violence but blaming it for crime is a weak cop out. If the government banned drill from TheXvid an all streaming platforms, in 5 years time do you think qe could we come back here an talk about a significant decrease in knife crime an shootings. Doubt it. With the need for technology rising bill prices which has poorer parents suffering even more which is causing more kids to hit the roads

  • LDN
    LDN 4 months ago +160

    Digga aint saying a damn ting cause he knows he aint part of that 99% shes talking about 😂

  • Donny
    Donny 4 months ago +83

    There’s no misconception. It entices violence.

  • Liam D
    Liam D 4 months ago +75

    Drill music of course has an impact but knife crime, drug dealing, violence, etc would still exist to a similar degree without it. The root cause is the socio-economic conditions people are placed into as a result of things such as systemic racism and class disparity. Drill music can undoubtedly intensify things but at the same time the people that are placed into these types of environments should absolutely be able to talk about the life they live through whichever medium they wish, including music. Akala summed it up far better than I ever could, "your environment doesn't define you, but how do you transcend it?"

    • Nathan Lhoni
      Nathan Lhoni 4 months ago +1

      @Sam Wh They said the exact same thing about grime back in the day 10-20 years ago loooool🤷🏾‍♂🤷🏾‍♂

    • Ruth Frank
      Ruth Frank 4 months ago +3

      @Sam Wh 20 years ago they said the exact same thing about hip hop that it glorified violence.

    • Sam Wh
      Sam Wh 4 months ago +3

      True, but I don't think any form of UK hip hop has ever glorified stabbing and killing people this explicitely. Kids pick that shit up more now than they did 10 or 20 years ago I feel. It's literally become cool to carry a knife and use it, I seen 15 y/os comparing their kill counts in group chats

  • Nyle Pentik
    Nyle Pentik 4 months ago +94

    How can you act like drill music doesn't have an impact when you've got young kids who've come from a decent background going round thinking they're 10 men and carrying knives and shit to school just cause they've listened to their favourite artists rap bout it. You've got lil kids viewing these man as role models cause they see the drip, the girls etc. and then they fantasise about what road life is and they wanna be a part of it. They don't see how road fucks up 99% of man in the streets, they just see the 1% with P and gyal and glamorising road in their songs.

    • oscar the grouch
      oscar the grouch 4 months ago

      Simple truth

    • LGC
      LGC 4 months ago

      Way before all that drill and grime blew up there was man around my ends with guns n knifes n slinging there drugs. I was 8 at the time and they was 15 to around 18 they blastin out there rap and tellin me i could make big cash when am older with them. That messed me up so much and it made me think and act different. So yeah it's true it's effecting some kids but I like rap n drill not because I think am hard or whatever cuz i generally like it. Most kids these days don't even like it they just play it to be cool

    • Minecraft test
      Minecraft test 4 months ago +1

      @METAL GEAR And drill music is probably influencing the people he chills with

    • METAL GEAR
      METAL GEAR 4 months ago +5

      It’s the people they chill with, not just the music

  • Cameron
    Cameron 4 months ago +164

    Respectfully don’t think digga is the guy to talk bout misconceptions. He’s very much apart of the bullshit lol

  • joeST1993
    joeST1993 4 months ago +90

    “It was me that chinged up _____ it was us that did it” this dude is literally the problem, why’s he clapping.

    • joeST1993
      joeST1993 3 months ago +3

      @MON ARMY BEBE cry about race when a valid point is made, stop being a stereotype 😭😭

    • MON ARMY BEBE
      MON ARMY BEBE 3 months ago

      ur white stop saying cap😭😭

    • joeST1993
      joeST1993 4 months ago +12

      @RAY ZEMEL and the person that is the problem is clapping and agreeing like he’s not?

    • RAY ZEMEL
      RAY ZEMEL 4 months ago +6

      like she said, music isn't the problem, people are.

    • unitedsrealist
      unitedsrealist 4 months ago +1

      😂😂😂

  • I R H
    I R H 4 months ago +132

    Man like Paul Chowdhry ya know original Don. Here with Digga D and the man dem ya know. Love the diversity this show brings.

    • Rushyy Official
      Rushyy Official 4 months ago

      @LGC trust me fam

    • LGC
      LGC 4 months ago +1

      Fám don't chat bs about diversity bun that lad 🤦🏾‍♂️

    • I R H
      I R H 4 months ago

      @Rushyy Official why would I not reply to someone talking nonsense. What research? That no one cares about diversity? I do have time actually for anyone who calls diversity bullshit. Me responding to you is not affecting my day or doesn’t take alot of effort. I’m just amused.
      Again your putting words into my mouth? What you on about idolising celebrities? Who said that? I just enjoy watching some of these guys get together? Isn’t that the point of this show?
      Why else is anyone here watching the video? I think you been smoking something today and you’re the one that has too much time but clearly no logic behind anything you say.
      Who is preaching? I made a comment with my own opinion liked by over 100 people and you’re the one commenting and preaching to me about diversity being BULLSHIT and to enjoy the show and have a laugh as well as calling me a Yute- like who the F are you? Talking about wars and doing research, does that not sound like preaching?
      Think you can go around and talk to anyone and not get responses haha

    • Rushyy Official
      Rushyy Official 4 months ago +1

      @I R H listen mate you clearly have too much time to keep replying to me if your older than me and you don’t have a clue what I’m talking about then I suggest you do some research I know what I’m talking about neither you or anyone else can tell me different, what I will say is stop idolising celebrities ooo so what if certain people are in the same room like I said stop bringing your agenda about we’re here to watch a video and have a laugh, not be preached by someone like you

  • Nathan Lhoni
    Nathan Lhoni 4 months ago +11

    Digga looked like he didn’t wanna be there one bit u could tell he felt guilty af when Dawn said 'the 1%' loooool😂😂😂😂

  • B R
    B R 4 months ago +9

    I remember when grime went mainstream and all these normal lads who were in topman the year before started rocking tracksuits and going on bad. That's when it started and drill has only made it worse so many young kids listen to that and make these man their heroes and try be like them. Cause they're their heroes they dress like them, speak like them and end up thinking there a badman rolling round with a knife and shit. Stupid to think that drill has never inspired someone and turned them the wrong way.

    • LGC
      LGC 4 months ago +2

      I agree man. From where I am it's always been gangs n that before any of dat. But even I'm nice places now they dress like them and that thinkin they hard or gangster. when there far from it

  • Samater Amin Habib
    Samater Amin Habib 4 months ago +49

    Music does have influence on society, claiming that it doesn’t you’re either in denial or ignorant of the facts I’m not saying drill should be banned at the end of the day you have free will but don’t claim that drill or music in general or even movies and shows doesn’t have any influence on our society!

  • Riley Anoid
    Riley Anoid 4 months ago +32

    From the moment we are born we are influenced by our environment and whomever and whatever we interact with, how we deal with those interactions as we grow is down to us.

  • Territorial Hissings
    Territorial Hissings 4 months ago +9

    Even if you arent influenced by (violent) drill music, it is pretty ignorant, insensitive and _twisted_ to entertain yourself by constantly listening to young people glorify and celebrate brutally harming other young people. 🌪

    • CGS DUBS
      CGS DUBS 4 months ago +1

      best comment on here

  • Lennie Mcclughen
    Lennie Mcclughen 4 months ago +1

    The problem isn’t the music in itself, all music is a form of emotion. It’s more of why are there massive groups in the world that arelike this . Drill originated from Chicago anyway so whatever the formula is that creates this genre is clearly universal and clearly making money for the necessary people . And they push this music to the kids in discrete little ways that you can’t see.

  • 831idon
    831idon 4 months ago +13

    This comment section made me gain hope in some sanity. This clip diluted an otherwise valid argument that music is not a cause but a release and expression, props to diggas success but couldnt have displayed any bigger hypocrisy by praising him for Trainers and clothes to same kids whose families are now written off because of “certain” community members. Praising someone for giving back after selling drugs loooooooooooooooooooool

  • C G D
    C G D 4 months ago +63

    Definitely not a cause but it romanticises the violent acts imo. Also, digga has literally stabbed and robbed and assaulted a lot of people shouldn't be on talk shows

    • Ruth Frank
      Ruth Frank 4 months ago

      He isn't doing that now though is he give him a break! You've obviously never heard of growth!

    • Ancient Future
      Ancient Future 4 months ago +7

      @Amari Lewis I dunno. The roadmen I grew up around didn't have a moral compass...they seek out money and status by whatever means possible...that means being violence, even of innocent civilians. That's the definition of a roadman - a willingness to do anything to climb up the 'road ladder' and make those p's. Also, the irony of the roadman is that he is both desensitised to violence whilst SIMULTANEOUSLY being thin skinned and sensitive to any ridicule...which then in turn makes him more readily violent.

    • aa aa
      aa aa 4 months ago +9

      @Amari Lewis Not saying digga in particular but people that act like gangs actually follow these strict rules are living in a mafia movie. Most criminals snitch, most criminals steal from and hurt civilians when given the opportunity to. Acting like theyre these street soldiers who are disciplined in how they conduct themselves is exactly the problem people have with romanticising gangs.

    • Amari Lewis
      Amari Lewis 4 months ago

      People that probably deserved it tho not civilians

  • Hello Hey
    Hello Hey 3 months ago

    Respect to the sister drill music killing the youth real talk peace ✌ 🙏

  • AJ Freeney
    AJ Freeney 4 months ago +72

    Knife crime is not caused by drill music. It's caused by social immobility and a lack of police and youth centre funding. Drill music is a product of the knife crime not the other way round.

    • James Jones
      James Jones 3 months ago

      Youth clubs black kids get free youth clubs football nd recording studios black youth clubs are lawless raoes of girls fights etc

    • AJ Freeney
      AJ Freeney 4 months ago

      @J1465 tbf I don't actually know but the phrase slave wages is an oxymoron.

    • AJ Freeney
      AJ Freeney 4 months ago

      @J1465 we don't have a prison industrial complex in the UK mate that's America.

    • Leo Jobes
      Leo Jobes 4 months ago

      @amasim86 for real. If you raise a child that thinks it's normal or ok to stab someone, you've raised them horribly wrong

    • My Channel
      My Channel 4 months ago

      @AJ Freeney Where did I say ban? Maybe the artist's should take it upon themselves to change the messaging. Take ownership of the situation. Stop pretending it doesn't contribute to the perpetuation.

  • Levelz
    Levelz 4 months ago

    Don't watch much TV nowadays but the Big Narstie show I never miss 🔥🔥

  • OliverD
    OliverD 4 months ago +6

    Drill 100% has a negative effect on crime/violence and if you think otherwise you are deluded

  • H Sanghera
    H Sanghera 4 months ago +15

    Its easy to blame music for the severe problems in the UK’s youth, but violent rap music has existed since the 90s in mainstream media, yet we are only seeing a recent rise in crime perpetrated by the youth (namely knife crime). Clearly this issue is more complex than just ‘blame the music!’ - but who wants to ask the difficult questions? No one…

    • Marc P
      Marc P 3 months ago

      It started in the late 80's with NWA, before that rap / hip hop was dance music

    • Lucas 011
      Lucas 011 4 months ago

      People in postcodes who the only successful people that make anything for themselves is the dealer gang members or their friends doing county lines that have all the designer stuff and that flash car jewellery etc . For me as an example my parents always worked really hard own a decent house have nice cars my father has a genuine ap Royal Oak other successful people in the community have things from hard work . I’ve never had the need to commit crimes as a result as I now have a good job and I’m successful in my work . The drill rappers are those from communities that have nothing to strive for no decent work no decent schooling . If some kind of industry like metal work or wood work factories etc like back in the 60s we’re still booming we wouldn’t have all this . The middle / upper class aren’t likely to listen to this music and aspire to be a dealer because they can attain the designer stuff and cars jewellery etc through work . The lower class will on the other hand as it’s someone they can aspire to be like who came from nothing . The rate of poverty and uncontrollable gangs is at an all time high the structure of the underworld is gone where as before there were underworld leaders like richardsons and krays etc now it’s just anyones making a gang and doing stupid crimes like randomly robbing jewellers in broad daylight gta style with no underworld repercussions. It’s politically out of control as it’s just the elephant in the room that no one cares about until it appears on your doorstep.

  • mitch 13
    mitch 13 4 months ago +38

    Digga looks like hes in trouble at school and in a meeting with his mum

  • 4SKIN4SALE
    4SKIN4SALE 4 months ago +1

    Still can’t believe there are people out there that support drill 😂 there’s a difference between rap and drill
    Rap has always been an art form, self expression etc etc
    Drill music isn’t necessarily causing violence but it sure as hell helping it cause violence and glorifying violence and a certain lifestyle
    I mean from the moment you hear little kids singing “ching ching”
    “Bla bla got put in a spliff”
    It would be extremely ignorant to say it hadn’t made a horrible impact on kids and especially London in general 🤷🏽‍♂️
    Most drill “songs” talk about getting splashed, whipping coke, someone screaming for their mum and then the cliche post code war
    And if you are unfortunate enough to come from these areas then you know full well it’s all just gangs calling each other out and exposing who got stabbed and who cried and who done this and that sooooo it to me its expected to hear posh Suburbans thinking drill is art but it’s ridiculous coming from inner city and poverty ridden places 🙅🏽‍♂️ do better lads

  • No Channel Name
    No Channel Name 4 months ago +22

    Drill music promotes violence. The lyrics don't exact encourage harmony do they?

  • Corey Michael
    Corey Michael 4 months ago +36

    There’s no misconception at all. While it does give the young people an outlet, 95% of it is glorifying knife crime, gang violence and prison. I love UK Hip-Hop, but I can’t stand Drill.

    • CGS DUBS
      CGS DUBS 4 months ago

      @ItsInFeRNoXiiCxD 1 - Not once did i say that drill is the prime cause of crime or violence, i simply think that it incites it. Do you understand the difference? As i said before there are a multitude of factors that contribute to this as a nationwide issue obviously. I said that the majority of drill songs talk about a violent lifestyle which is true, there are sure to be some anomalies of course.
      2 - Music has been used as a medium to talk about violence and crime lifestyles for decades, the difference is that pretty much every other genre dosen't inherently glorify a crime lifestyle.
      3 - I'm sure for a small minority of drill artists and producers making drill and finding commercial success has changed their lives. The drill scene is much more vast than just those at the top, to suggest that drill is somehow 'the cause of changing peoples lives' is absurd what a strange argument to put forward.
      4 - Irrelevant of weather its more censored now than it was then which dosen't seem to be the case. I've heard too many scummy lyrics talking about what young men get up to in is this lifestyle.
      5 - An individuals influence by something such as drill differs from person to person, somebody like myself would never be incited to do anything violent by anybody but maybe a young man in a different situation to myself may hear some of these drill songs and be influenced by it, its a completely individual experience. It's a redundant conversation to have talking about an individuals experience as we are all different, it is more constructive to talk about the content itself. We know that music has and always will have the capability to influence people as seen throughout different eras of music. Weather you like it or not people in the public eye influence people, not everybody though once again its all based on the individual.
      6 - Nobody has ever suggested that "someone hears drill and immediately wants to go on road'.

    • ItsInFeRNoXiiCxD
      ItsInFeRNoXiiCxD 4 months ago +1

      @CGS DUBS I dont think drill incites violence as much as you believe. Because you need to remember this hasnt been a genre for the UK for a decade, yet violence and crime has always been increasing over many many years, probably dating back to when you may have been born or longer than i have been. I think the reason to blame drill is the popularity, because its only right to link the trending genre to a full on UK issue that isnt even really caused by drill in reality, its just been there and now someone has gone onto a beat and began rapping about it. I wont deny that there will obviously be some cases related to the genre, but saying its drills fault that violence is being incited in general is in my eyes silly.
      If drill was not censored the way it is today, and remained the same sound it was 7 years ago, I may have agreed, but i cant because thats not the reality. The reality is the UK has taken the sound and evolved it. And now instead of it being the 'cause for violence' its actually the cause of changing peoples lives. Artists, producers and other people are affected positively from drill, and not all lyrics are as violent as you would think - you would know this by actually listening to the genre and not taking specific cases. Drill is a sound, and you can obviously rap about violence, or you can rap about anything else - ive heard love stories on drill, so saying its all guns, knifes and crime is obviously wrong to say because thats not all of it as a whole.
      And even if this is the case, please tell me if drill has incited you to go out and do violence, or if you actually see children and young adults listen to drill then go out and do violence? The reality is they listen to the music, and go on with their day. People can be influenced, but lets not act like someone hears drill and immediately wants to go on road.

    • CGS DUBS
      CGS DUBS 4 months ago +1

      ​@Ibrahim Hayle Your'e missing Corey's point. Plenty of other mediums that portray violence will and do have an impact on issues such as knife crime ect.... but theres no question drill has got to be the big one at this time in the UK. Listen to the lyrics of these songs, so violent and nihilistic as Corey said in an earlier comment. By no means should it be banned, but the large majority of the lyrical content in drill songs are about stabbing man on the block, dealing drugs and getting money. It literally glorifies a harmful lifestyle which weather you like it or not with the mass popularity of drill influences many young teenagers/men. (there are many factors that influence young people to lead a lifestyle of crime, drill is just another that can play a part) (I also understand for many it's a product of that lifestyle too, it's a harmful cycle). I can't say that about any other genres even 90's hip-hop, gangsta rap, 2000's grime or even more modern trap stuff they may talk about violence and crime but are not purely driven by it lyrically, for the sake of argument ill keep this to music but i do agree of course other mediums will also play an impact too just not like drill in my opinion.
      tbh i find it quite twisted that people enjoy listening to young men boast about literally killing real people irrelevant weather its drill or not. I don't think that digga d would have the same fanbase if people saw the reality of the lifestyle he talks about in his songs too cos its grim.

    • Ibrahim Hayle
      Ibrahim Hayle 4 months ago +1

      @Corey Michael Listen to whatever genre of music you enjoy, I was only pointing out how it’s inconsistent to specifically single out drill music as the only medium to push violence.
      I don’t see people criticise other forms to the same extent, if at all, in fact most Hip-Hop artists today are given a free pass for similar content.
      I’m not pro-Drill by the way, I see it for what it is, a fantasy. There are no conclusive links between consuming Drill music and committing crime, if you know of any then let me know but I genuinely believe too many people make a fuss over fantasy.
      Imagine people tried to ban Game of Thrones because someone somewhere was stabbed with a sword? That would be ridiculous…

  • J6oogz
    J6oogz 4 months ago +2

    Need to start bringing more rappers on this show

  • Xbox Kid Ape
    Xbox Kid Ape 4 months ago +1

    You can only walk the path that you know until someone shows you a different path... thank GOD digga d found a different path regardless of where he's been. and him making it out will open up the path for others.

    • C E N T
      C E N T 3 months ago

      He ain’t on no different holy law abiding citizens: in on of his latest song Pump 101 (released in 2021) he says I'll load up the pump
      My guns are stocked up, got bronem Glocked up in a stolen Benz
      I'll load up the pump
      My opps are neeky and we can't get -, so we soaked his friends.

  • Wendy Raymond
    Wendy Raymond 4 months ago

    Mo is always so funny x

  • Big doosh
    Big doosh 4 months ago +35

    “Backed my blade, splashed him down, i felt his bones”

  • ItsInFeRNoXiiCxD
    ItsInFeRNoXiiCxD 4 months ago

    With the uk music as a whole, some form of 'this genre of music causes violence' has been about, because you can say the same with rap and trap, even grime back in the day with some cases you could argue the case. Only reason it seems this way now is because theres more crime, and also this is one of the more popular genres of music today. Its not hard to link more crime and popular music together and paint a picture of 'drill causes crime and violence' when the reality is that crime and violence is here even without music. Another harsh reality pill for many people is the crime and violence on the street is probs not from your favourite artists. They are doing crime and violence, not a music video. A select few may of course do that for all we know, but I feel like the idea of drill causes crime and violence is an idea that everyone doing crime and violence does drill music, which is obviously wrong.

  • K Dot C Dot
    K Dot C Dot 4 months ago +16

    She sat there and waffled about racism and discrimination for a whole minute JUST to not say she doesn’t like drill music😂

    • K Dot C Dot
      K Dot C Dot 4 months ago +3

      @toronz ali I’m black and African. I said what I said because this exactly how my mum would answer this publicly even though I know she doesn’t like or agree with anything in drill music. Doesn’t make the points invalid about racism or discrimination because it’s TRUE. But it’s clear she doesn’t like drill,… like AT ALL.

  • MAFFILM
    MAFFILM 4 months ago +1

    I like how Digga d spoke about his own image, very insightful. Lol

  • MrStreamyTV
    MrStreamyTV 4 months ago +5

    Paul is a legend

  • MrWarmanG
    MrWarmanG 4 months ago

    Music can never be responsible for crime but there's a reason these people who do not care about our community want to always promote artists who glamorize the most negative part of the community ive grown to have to learn to accept it can influence ppl but violence will always be there weather there is music or not people commit crime because of the poor communitys with no opportunity they find themselves in

  • Flo Blogs
    Flo Blogs 4 months ago +1

    Giving out trainers is a positive thing which helps boost the artists profile. It don't help the yout really. What it does is warps their value system by ranking trainers highly. Not every yout gonna get a pair from a Digga D, but they will have the value of trainers reinforced as a high value thing, creating behaviours in order to get them. Better to talk to the yout bout how he made it to where he is; seminars etc.

    • Minecraft test
      Minecraft test 4 months ago

      Exactly. If he wants to make a positive change he should stop rapping about illegal activity and encourage his community for the better. It's so superficial, just some trainers. That's not help that's a publicity stunt. And still it doesn't even help.

  • Fab
    Fab 4 months ago +19

    How can it be misconceived when the lyrics are all about…never mind 🤦🏾‍♂️

  • Aaron Jeffrey
    Aaron Jeffrey 3 months ago

    I love this show but did anyone notice how no one was laughing in the crowd after mo said sweet Caroline the crowd was smiling not laughing they just added it in same as most tv shows still respect to big narstie BASE

  • Success Has Enemies
    Success Has Enemies 4 months ago +16

    It Was Us That Did It
    It Was Us That Did It 😭🤣🔥

  • Saim Rahman
    Saim Rahman 4 months ago +5

    Everything she said has no evidence whatsoever for and so much evidence and studies against. Yea music, movies, social environment and company you keep all have a massive impact on a person mental and social behaviour

  • NDZ
    NDZ 4 months ago

    As someone that likes drill music, it informs me on who gets splashed. It informs me on who’s beefing.. but who cares it’s entertain8ng

  • Cairosharn
    Cairosharn 4 months ago +1

    Nahh i still think what you say and do can influence many people. The whole genre desensitises youth to accept madnesses that you would otherwise witness anywhere but the hood...Making it harder for them to actually be themselves and stand out from the crowd.

  • JinxCollateral
    JinxCollateral 3 months ago

    There is no misconception, and that “image we want to display” is the image you give us with drill music?

  • Sara Adam
    Sara Adam 4 months ago +49

    digga d literally laughs about taking lives, why the hell is he being rewarded by being on a tv show. we’re living in a backward society

  • Kwabena Addo junior
    Kwabena Addo junior 4 months ago +29

    drill music inspires violence . it is not solely the cause it is part of the problem . lets not be ignorant . peace

    • John
      John 4 months ago +1

      @Kwabena Addo junior youth violence has never been an issue? The media has tried blaming violence on any genre that has predominantly black people from hip hop/rap to grime to now drill. There’ll be another genre that comes similar to drill and you’ll be blaming it on that next lol the cycle never ends unfortunately as violence will always exist particularly in communities that are neglected. Instead of blaming a genre of music that is allowing the youth to make enough money to break themselves and their families out of those environments, put more effort in blaming those in governance of those communities in ensuring the youth have at least a chance to be productive with themselves and not believe the roads is all there is

    • Kwabena Addo junior
      Kwabena Addo junior 4 months ago

      Violence did exist before drill music , true . Our youth were not involved in most of the violence you talking about . Now everyone any age wake op , thinking they a bad man . Let's use simple logic here , commercials be showing on t.v to get you buying stuff , what drill supposed to get you to do ? Just dance when the lyrics be glorifying wrong stuff .

    • Kwabena Addo junior
      Kwabena Addo junior 4 months ago

      @John back then the main people involved were old folk , now kids be stabbing each other in the streets more than anything .

    • John
      John 4 months ago

      You ban drill there will still be violence, if anything even more violence as some artists may not have a way out through the music industry that drill has opened several doors for, we now have drill artists that are millionaires but yeah I’m sure they’d choose violence over life changing money🤦🏾‍♂️

    • John
      John 4 months ago

      Violence has been happening way before drill happened lol how does it inspire something that has already been an issue in communities

  • NusquamTamenVerum
    NusquamTamenVerum 4 months ago +64

    Digga's music bangs but he has literally stabbed people and rapped about it. Should not be on talk shows lol

    • J.C
      J.C 4 months ago

      @OG opinions They shouldn’t unless they apologise and take accountability for the impact and PTSD they inflicted onto people

    • OG opinions
      OG opinions 4 months ago +2

      @J.C Agreed I was just answering the point because if Digga D shouldn't be on talk shows neither should Snoop Dogg and 50 cent shouldn't be allowed to debate politics on NBC?

    • OG opinions
      OG opinions 4 months ago +1

      Jay z stabbed people and rapped about it also on top of the he did irreversable damage to his own community and rapped about that too

    • Trevor Perkins
      Trevor Perkins 4 months ago +1

      @The Gary loool

  • Minecraft test
    Minecraft test 4 months ago +1

    I'm tired of pretending anymore, I'm a middle class white kid and I love Drill and CGM 😂 Don't care what anyone thinks

    • J.C
      J.C 3 months ago

      @Minecraft test I don’t know I prefer the pure aggression of punk rock and classic rock and classic hip-hop, I don’t really get the distinction between drill and grime, drill just sounds like grime to me with lyrics that are not as good as grime bars and more samples. I think aggression in music should come from personal angst and life experiences not violence towards other people and is better executed when sang with passion but to each their own.

    • Minecraft test
      Minecraft test 3 months ago +1

      @J.C nothing matches the pure aggresion in the music. And the drill rhythm is so so good. It gets shit on too much for it's content but the actual music product is pretty great imo

    • J.C
      J.C 3 months ago

      There’s plenty of much better music out there that renders drill irrelevant and subpar

  • Joseph Stephenson
    Joseph Stephenson 4 months ago +2

    Nah digga face when she was talking about that 99% knowing damm well he was up to gangster shit🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • SAKU
    SAKU 4 months ago +6

    Hip hop isn't inherently violent. It can be conscious, it can be poetic it can be upbeat.
    Drill. It's premise is violence. The beats sound grungy and violent. It creates a whole vibe that doesnt positively influence anyone. Other than the minority making money from it, missing the bigger picture completely. Drill music encourages, inspires and projects violence through its messagery and tone. Be careful what you subject yourselves and your young ones too 🙏🏿

    • SAKU
      SAKU 4 months ago +2

      @Isotonic 900 you've just said true. The fact that it in any part is true is a problem.
      All the things you've listed drill promotes and encourages. Drill isn't the only problem ofc, but it's a major contributor to creating these negative mindsets in the youth particularly. Alot of these kids come from broken homes and find solace in this gang/drill culture. It isn't healthy for impressionable, already traumatized minds

    • Isotonic 900
      Isotonic 900 4 months ago

      True but you can listen to drill all day bugging in your bedroom and it won’t mKe you kill someone it definitely will make you more aggressive and possibly act different to normal if you really embrace it. But I feel you need poverty money woman and rival gangs then and drill on top and it’s a recipe

  • youngaRLK
    youngaRLK 4 months ago +59

    Saying drill doesn’t influence kids to act more violent is ridiculous

    • Bless
      Bless 4 months ago

      Both music and movies have an influence on people. Everything needs to be regulated cos these thing rewire people brain

    • Rain and relaxation
      Rain and relaxation 4 months ago

      @L Trick the ones where they save the day? Didn't Samuel l Jackson help Bruce Willis?

    • Marc P
      Marc P 4 months ago

      @L Trick 🐔 I'm on your case, DM your location troll

    • II
      II 4 months ago +1

      @L Trick it'd be impossible to prove cos you can never read peoples minds. but you can make a good guess, and it seems pretty clear that its influencing violence. its not the same as hollywood movies and its not the same as earlier gangster rap either, because the emphasis is on naming real people and places where crimes have occured. It's not just general talking about violence like youd get in most gangsta rap, which i think is fine

  • C 17
    C 17 4 months ago +43

    Misconceptions.......I like Drill but come on, some of the lyrics are pure scum. It shouldn't be banned but it glorifies mad violence.

    • J.C
      J.C 3 months ago

      You never hear truly talented songwriters writing about hurting people (in terms of knife crime, gang violence, mugging etc.) because intelligent people know that is nothing to be proud of. One day when/if he ever emotionally matures he is gonna be so haunted by guilt and shame, he won’t be able to function.

    • VisionEntertainment
      VisionEntertainment 4 months ago

      You like drill? Then why you talking.😂😂

    • Rain and relaxation
      Rain and relaxation 4 months ago +1

      @Dragon Monkey absolutely spot on. As a kid you always want to be like your hero. Doesn't matter who that is or what they do. There brains like sponges

    • Rain and relaxation
      Rain and relaxation 4 months ago

      @First name Last name but it does put the thoughts I'm young kids minds

  • Clipped
    Clipped 4 months ago +11

    Paul Chowdhry deserves his flowers, they tried cancelling him on the music = influence thing it really DOES, Yeye movies do but everyone knows it "A movie". Drill, us rap it all influences society hence why its called "the culture"

    • Laura
      Laura 4 months ago

      What? What are you talking about?? What did they come for him for??

  • OGP1
    OGP1 4 months ago +2

    Cut the BS! Drill promotes violence! Several Drill rappers have also murdered individuals and been murdered

  • Vincent Harrison
    Vincent Harrison 4 months ago

    What misconception could their be about promoting gang culture? 😂

  • Ata Junior Inia
    Ata Junior Inia 4 months ago

    Digga getting paid more than anyone on the show to sit there and nod his head HAHAH legend

    • Zino 11
      Zino 11 4 months ago

      he jus looks like he’s too high to understand what he’s meant to be doing😂

  • Patrick Gillespie
    Patrick Gillespie 4 months ago

    You can't say it doesn't promote and encourage violence. They rap about really horrible shit they've done and people see them getting paid a lot of money. If that doesn't glorify violence what does?
    Change my mind.

  • tat007
    tat007 4 months ago +4

    The biggest misconception is calling it music.

  • jjfrom28
    jjfrom28 4 months ago +19

    Diggs face 😂😂😂

  • Anonymous Dan
    Anonymous Dan 4 months ago

    It has a direct impact. No question or discussion needed and anyone saying otherwise I’d either delusional or lying (in this case because they’re on tv and have to keep in the good books of those that pay them.)

  • The Alkebulan Trust
    The Alkebulan Trust 4 months ago

    Drill Music is Hip Hop 🙃...But in any case seeing Digga D on The Big Narstie Show is a massive look. But Dawn should know that Drill Music is Hip Hop. It is an element of rap which rep is one of the elements of Hip Hop Culture. Which the culture is an expression of what is going on society which it's the job of politicians like Dawn Butler to resolve.

  • Heritage MABUNDA
    Heritage MABUNDA 4 months ago

    Ye man Digga was hella profound in this one.
    Fr that one eye brow raise spoke volumes tho 💀🤣

  • B Jamz
    B Jamz 4 months ago

    There is no misconception 🤣

  • Ed Jack
    Ed Jack 4 months ago

    If young people are looking up to these drill artists and are aspiring to be like them, hearing about all the violence and crimes they have committed and continue to commit in cases is obviously going to encourage said violence. Don't be dumb.

  • That Guy
    That Guy 4 months ago +38

    Uno when badman never show no emotion about nothing like my guy weren’t chatting to him 😂😂

    • J.C
      J.C 4 months ago +6

      Bad manners

  • ran DOM
    ran DOM 4 months ago +2

    Drill is based around violence and drug dealing stop tryna sugar coat things. It is what it is

  • Siri siri
    Siri siri 22 days ago

    "you've done lots for your community" lool yeah like serving class A and disturbing the peace

  • Terminator999x
    Terminator999x 4 months ago

    I liked digga d's input on this

  • Louie Tube
    Louie Tube 4 months ago

    A small 1% lmfao, Digga D definitely disagrees with his head held low, hes thinking about how many people hes shanked with the boys 🤣

  • Devil red 7
    Devil red 7 4 months ago

    Still definitely does influence violence anybody disagreeing is dumb lol but it still bangs

  • That Guy
    That Guy 4 months ago +5

    Digga looked lost 😂

  • Polski 101
    Polski 101 3 months ago

    He was feeling sorry for himself all interview hhahahaha

  • Ghostface Cullen
    Ghostface Cullen 4 months ago +1

    Funny how the actual Drill artist didn’t say a damn thing 🤣. Of course it’s a bad influence ffs.

  • STV
    STV 4 months ago

    highly recommend this show if you haven't watched it

  • Imran Ali
    Imran Ali 4 months ago +2

    Digga D is giving off snoop dogg 1994 vibes.

  • Lucas 011
    Lucas 011 4 months ago +5

    Yeah we’ve got to counteract the narrative when diggas lyrics about dealing and stabbing are obvious

  • Dizzy
    Dizzy 4 months ago

    I was waiting outside of this place and they organised it that we lined up if different places so even tho I got there an hour before everyone else me and about 200 people couldn’t get in cause narstie wanted to bring 200+ of his bredrins......

  • Johnwick 97
    Johnwick 97 3 months ago

    If drill music incites violence then so does crime movies or any movie where the main character portrays violence but hes the 'good guy' in the movie. The truth is they both kind of do I'm sure there must be a study out there about this. Expecially kids they are easily influenced by movie characters/ music artists. Some people can get influenced too much and lose their morality and some can keep theirs either way it does end up in some violence.

  • Angry Gamer
    Angry Gamer 4 months ago +1

    There’s other race of drill rappers by the way 👍

  • RS
    RS 4 months ago

    Digga d literally talks about chinging man in his songs 😂😂😂

  • Michael Hampton
    Michael Hampton 3 months ago

    😂😂 look at this rewarding Digga D for good behaviour the guy stabs people and what else

  • kolim jone
    kolim jone 4 months ago

    freedom of expression! But don’t deny it has an impact on kids way of thinking

  • sehhi vooty
    sehhi vooty 4 months ago

    freedom of expression! But don’t deny it has an impact on kids way of thinking

  • TheKonnoisseurBreeze
    TheKonnoisseurBreeze 4 months ago

    Drill Music Promotes Disrespect And Death. Most Of The Rappers Dying recently Are result Of Lyrical Contents Of Their Music, Not To Mention How Many Convicted/Locked On The Strength Of The Lyrics.

  • stephenmaxam
    stephenmaxam 4 months ago

    Its not a misconception drill music is what it is drill came from a real place and situation and everyone else is mimicking it. Then they decided to live up to what the music presented as the way to look like a driller. Please try con someone else that shit phoney. Shout to the grime artist that kept it british.

  • Thomas Fisher
    Thomas Fisher 4 months ago

    Can’t believe Mo’s disrespect to the travis 1s😡🤣

  • ALWAYS WINNING
    ALWAYS WINNING 4 months ago

    So true people really are the reason for violence nothing else’s look at the history of violence it’s always been here just like the whole history of kindness has too, if you feel it does influence you to think and be certain way and be violent then drill isn’t for you or your living a lie about who you are.

  • Tan
    Tan 3 months ago

    But the idea of killing your enemies or selling drugs has been in rap since forever, now its just mainstream and popular unfortunately

  • Hyped Beast
    Hyped Beast 4 months ago +3

    I wanted Digga to speak more that Lady talked too much!

  • Kilimanjaro Podcast
    Kilimanjaro Podcast 4 months ago

    How tf did this even happen 😂😂😂

  • J J
    J J 4 months ago +41

    Digga Didn’t even Speak🤣

  • trudon
    trudon 4 months ago

    Music influences societal behaviour so yes it does thru language and influences.

  • Tee bo
    Tee bo 4 months ago

    Lol Digga D is the 1 percent 🤣😎👍

  • Cairosharn
    Cairosharn 4 months ago

    If you classify yourself as a drill rapper and you rap about stabbing/robbing people then the genre isn't a good representation of you. You're judged based upon your actions but self snitching or even lying about such acts is a next level. The whole genre is a joke. I say this and i like making drill instrumentals lol.

  • Steve Austin
    Steve Austin 4 months ago +2

    Digga is somewhere else, tune in next time

  • Ruth Frank
    Ruth Frank 4 months ago +1

    These comments are sickening! Dragging this young man down who is clearly trying to make good and turn his life around! Miserable the lot of you!

  • Forever England
    Forever England 4 months ago

    Don't worry about the trainers and clothes he gives out. Just look at his eye that is of no use to him anymore, after being stabbed in it while in prison. Probably due to something he said in a song or the gang he was in. If that's not enough to avoid that life, then 🤷‍♂️

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    Everyone this is when parenting comes into play who agrees with that cause parenting is everything u have to mold children at a young age