Top Songs by Skream

Listen to Skream's top Dubstep, Drum & Bass, Tech House songs like Still Lemonade, On Me, Bang That from releases like Still Lemonade, Defected presents The Opening Party Ibiza 2015, Bang That on EDM Hunters. Like your favourite songs and videos to make your vote count. What's your #1?
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Still Lemonade
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Skream
Still LemonadeTech House
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On Me
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MC Chickaboo, Mark Jenkyns
Defected presents The Opening Party Ibiza 2015Tech House
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Bang That
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Skream
Bang ThatTechno
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Trouble
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SYF, Curses, DKDS
Trouble - Skream RemixDeep House
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Motel One
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Jasper James
ZTRK1Tech House
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Perfect Picture
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Ali Love
Perfect PictureTech House
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Hell Could Freeze
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Rudimental
Waiting All NightIndie Dance / Nu Disco
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Friday Night Dancing
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Alan Fitzpatrick
Friday Night DancingTechno
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Minor Smooth
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Skream
You Know, Right?Tech House
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You Know, Right?
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Skream
You Know, Right?Tech House
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About Skream

Oliver Dene Jones (born 1 June 1986), known as Skream, is an English electronic record producer based in Croydon. One of dubstep's first and most prominent producers, he has played an important role in the genre's development. His debut album Skream! was released in 2006, and was followed up by Outside the Box in 2010. Skream is also a member of the dubstep supergroup Magnetic Man, along with fellow producers Benga and Artwork. The group released their self-titled debut album on 8 October 2010.

Jones was born in West Wickham, Bromley, London. As a teenager, he worked at Big Apple Records, a Croydon-based record store that was at the centre of the early dubstep scene; even prior to this, Jones had become acquainted with Hatcha, another dubstep pioneer, because Jones' brother worked on an adjacent floor in Big Apple Records. As a result of this encounter, Hatcha was the first DJ to play Skream dubplates.

Skream began producing music at the age of 15 (using FruityLoops) and claims to now have roughly 800 songs in varying stages of development, including a number of early disco and funk-inspired records. Jones would regularly 'bunk' school and spend the day at Big Apple Records through his teenage years. On various occasions he would also go to FWD, an "underground-sound" club night which was originally held in the Velvet Rooms but later moved to Plastic People in Shoreditch. DJs such as Hatcha would do live shows here. Skream's early productions were often with another alumnus of Big Apple, Benga, and are of a decidedly darker and less melodic nature than later releases.

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