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Smoke Boys

AKA: Section Boyz

About Smoke Boys

Swift, Sleeks, Littlez, Inch, Knine and Deepee (There were previously seven members however Reeko Squeeze left due to “creative differences”), who together make up Smoke Boyz are part of a new generation of artists coming out of South London – a scene that’s beginning to rival the impact the grime movement in E3 and its surrounding postcodes made just over a decade ago.

Formerally known as “Section Boyz”, it was announced in October of 2018 that they had changed their name to Smoke Boys due to legal problems. In their interview with NFTR they stated:

Someone kinda close to us [..] registered the IPO of Section Boyz. […] we registered the trademark and obviously that weren’t enough.


Growing up on the same streets and in the same colleges as Krept and Konan, Stormzy, Bonkaz and Yungen, (within a stone’s throw of the Brit School, only without the vocational training or funding) Smoke Boys’ sound sits somewhere between the ad-lib trap of Migos and Rae Sremmurd, the sixteen bar rallies of early grime radio and the Southern-influenced road rap pioneered by Giggs and SN1, all filtered through the kaleidoscopic swagger of London Posse. What differentiates them, though, are the strange personalities in their disjointed, off-kilter and sometimes even child-like flows, which tread a thin line between laugh-out-loud hilarious and deeply ominous. Whether it’s bangers for the car, bangers for the headphones, or bangers for the rave, the South London crew are going to make you feel some sort of way.