Last night, artists, entrepreneurs and key industry figures came together to kickstart the GRM Daily 15th Anniversary celebrations for 2024, making the start of a series of events set to celebrate the anniversary.

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Curated by GRM Daily CEO and Founder, Post, and collaborating with Armand De Brignac Champagne, GRM Daily hosted their 15th Birthday Party at the renowned Apollo’s Muse private members club in Mayfair, celebrating the thriving British music landscape through the rise of the award-winning platform. The illustrious event was attended by a number of GRM’s extended family of influential artists and industry friends including Jammer BBK, Tion Wayne, Ms Banks, Zeze Millz, Eddie Abbew, Blade Brown, Skrapz and Mercston.

GRM Daily have been an unparalleled influence over the last 15 years across both mainstream and underground culture in the UK and beyond. A place where the very best of UK music is whole heartedly celebrated and elevated; through their innovative content and commitment to culture, GRM Daily has become the global epicentre of everything UK Rap. Renowned as a launchpad for emerging artists and a home from home for the country’s biggest stars; as Stormzy puts it, GRM Daily is the ‘holy grail of Black British music’. With over 10 billion YouTube views, nearly 7 million subscribers and a social reach of over 6 million, GRM is now one of the most-watched music channels in the world.

Celebrating black excellence in the UK, GRM Daily also host the GRM Gala. The annual GRM Gala has become a fixture on the fashion calendar featuring an illustrious red carpet that brings the biggest names and cultural figures together from the worlds of music, sport and entertainment including the likes of Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Stormzy, Dave, Maya Jama, Jourdan Dunn, Mo Gilligan, Daniel Kaluuya, Little Smiz, Central Cee, Ashley Waters, Munya Chawawa, AJ Tracey, Krept & Konan, Kojey Radical, Amelia Dimodenburg, George The Poet, Akala, and Kano to name just a few.

Since its inception, GRM Daily has documented the evolution of UK Rap and given a leg-up to the biggest names whose watershed moments on the platform became the very foundations that rest of the industry have built upon. Continuing the legacy, 2024 sees GRM maintain its tireless championing of British music and delivery of game-changing content. From the evolution of stable content series like ‘Daily Duppy’ and ‘GRM Radio’, the platform has also recently launched two brand-new content series ‘The F*ckin Eddie Abbew show’ and ‘Thoughts in a Culli’. Hosted by GRM CEO Post, ‘Thoughts in a Culli’ offers fans an intimate glimpse into the world of some of the UK’s most iconic artists all while cruising in an iconic Rolls Royce. You can view Thoughts in a Culli’ here

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