UK Drill Group 67 Pen Open Letter Against Police Censorship Of Their Music

On behalf his mates, Dimzy UK drill group 67 has penned a open letter against police oppression. Not only have artists in the UK been barred from producing material without being granted police permission, at least 30 drill music videos appearing on popular music aggregators have been systematically taken down. The scene which is characterized by circumstances similar to Chicago’s drill scene, its antecedent in every shape the word.

At the heart Dimzy’s message is how his gripping sense realism has provided his family with basic amenities his closest kin could barely afford before he made a name for himself in the scene. The impact family structure is something the Metropolitain Police Department have failed to grasp during their witch hunt. The real issue here is this idea provisional support in these West-London communities, or the lack there.

Dimzy writes:

The rest his letter can viewed at The Fader.