Ghetts on black British artists, gang violence and the evolution of grime
Ghetts is one of Britain's most influential grime artists. He burst onto the scene in 2003 when grime music was in its infancy and is now a key player in pushing the genre forward.
His single 'Black Rose', which was inspired by his daughter and tackles the way society mistreats black women, was nominated for an Ivor Novello award this year.
He talks to Krishnan about the current stance of black artists in Britain, the influence of rap and grime music on gang violence and how his music has evolved over the years.