Despite a superb season for The Man City and England star – who donates to Grenfell victims and schools in Jamaica alongside local community work – the press always seem to portray him in the worst possible way. Why is that?
Seemingly, grime has become more about its roots, as the political landscape has worsened. It’s not individualistic, Thatcherite entrepreneurialism, it’s the powerful voice of a community. At its centre, grime is about anarchic, do-it-yourself creativity.