The new “drill” sound is one that is currently quite familiar to American rap listeners as artists like Pop Smoke, Sheff G, and Fivio Foreign have all put Brooklyn on the map with this new thumping creation, but its roots can actually be traced back to London where this sound was not only invented, but in my opinion perfected. South London’s Fizzler has a brand new video for his transparent and grimy new track “Minimum Wage,” that details the trials and tribulations of Fizzler’s upbringing. He explains that his decision to enter street life was made out of necessity for survival, rather than a choice stemming from a sense of rebellion. Fizzler’s energy is undeniable and “Minimum Wage” is one of my favorite drill tunes from London in the past month or so.