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Ghetts has revealed that he doesn’t have anything against grime artists that make pop music and simply views it as their way of getting ahead and being able to do well in the charts.

The MC told Tim Westwood:

Pop is popular music so if you make a big tune and we still like it, along as you can roll to your own music happily and know ‘this is good’…there’s nothing to be ashamed of. If your music goes top five, top ten, number one or whatever, and it’s good music, I don’t see what the problem is with that…

And we all know Ghetts isn’t afraid of venturing on to the pop scene after his collaboration with Cher Lloyd *side eye*.

The east London star also admitted that the artists he rated six years ago are still the artists he rates now, particularly Dot Rotten and The Movement (including people such as Wretch 32 and Scorcher).

However, after discussing his new ‘dench’ figure, Ghetts went on to say that there is still music on the scene that he doesn’t agree with but he remained very tight lipped on which (and whose) music he was referring to.

There’s a lot of bullish*t out there…a lot of music that’s not very good…but that’s just my opinion.

Any guesses as to who he could be talking about?