Dubstep refers to a genre of music that emerged largely in South London from reggae, dub, garage and two step. It began to emerge around 2001, although there is no consensus on which was the first dubstep record. UK garage DJ El-B is listed in several sources as the first dubstep producer. The term dubstep originated from Club Forward, which had been looking for an appropriate term for the newly emerging musical genre. The genre gained great popularity in the 2000s and early 2010s.
The music quickly absorbed diverse influences – from electro, jungle and other electronic styles, for example – and many artists such as Skream and Benga developed the style further and further away from its garage roots.
A sort of “sister genre” is grime, a British form of hip-hop that springs from similar roots but, unlike the largely instrumental dubstep, also includes raps. There are and have been prominent examples of mutual mixing and influence at all times in the history of musical styles. Many producers of grime instrumentals also made a name for themselves as dubstep artists.
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