Dubstep

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Dubstep is a genre of modern music, first appearing in 2002, defined by its large low end, sparse rhythm and bass drops. Dubstep is most common in the United Kingdom, where its popularity soared after being championed by the popular DJ Mary Anne Hobbs. Famous artists include Burial, Skream, Benga, Corki, and Kode 9.

The dubstep scene in the UK is associated with the use of cannabis, ketamine and other illegal drugs.