Drillminister tackles pollution & bids to raise awareness in 'Choke'

Drillminister tackles pollution & bids to raise awareness in 'Choke'


Drillminister is by far one of the most positive, unique in content, and forward marching artist’s of our generation. He continues his informed introspective and message as he now raises the awareness of pollution in ‘Choke’.

Everyone knows the drill artist rapping on political and other world issues; even being a frequently stopper at multiple news channels - “Yung Drilly”. He seems to be the first drill artist to consistently bring up such topics and especially at this Brexit time period. The young man, continues this knowledgeable content as he dips into England’s pollution.

Either man’s reading 6 hours a night or he’s got a team of researchers behind him, as ‘Choke’, like other records of his, contains a a wide wide breadth of knowledge on the topic - our current parliament; Boris Johnson’s compromising actions; Ella Kissi-Debrah (first victim linked to English air pollution in 2013); corruption; and the air’s toxicity.

Southside get choke / Eastside get choke / Westside get choke / Northside get choke / Big smoke get choke / Everybody get choke / When pollution come / Killer death by rope (?)

The best thing about this artist is that, frankly, his music is good. Though his message is meaningful, he is knowledge, he’s trying to make a change; his music sound plays a huge role in attracting listeners and people taking notice. He is not the first artist spewing positive content, yet in the honesty of pop culture, if the music doesn’t bang, not as many people are gonna pay attention. Support this man, as it seems that even above music, he will continue to have important and purposeful role in UK communities.


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