It only took him 3 weeks to file a response record, but Wiley has done just that, releasing "Don't Bread Me," the effective response to Skepta's "Wish You Were Here," a song that painted him a lone disgruntled wolf in the Grime scene. Naturally, Wiley's response record is a lively one, and a pure grime stencil at that.
On " Don't Bread Me," Wiley aptly demonstrates the deep-lying nature of his animosity with Skepta, as well as his well-preserved musical laurels. He insists that Skepta has "lost his way" along the transient path to pop-rap superstardom, the same quip he's made about Dizzee Rascal's career path in the last ten or so years. He and Dizzee share a postdated membership card with Roll Deep dating back to 2002-2003.
Those at all interested in hearing Wiley's response record are being urged to download the file via a temporary Sendspace upload page, where it's currently available in a lossless unmixed format. Wiley hasn't stated whether he intends on publishing the song in the coming days. By the looks of it, the Sendspace upload option is in itself a subversive ploy, causally linked to a subversive message embedded in the song's lyrics.
You know in this life it's not fair
So how you gonna talk about I weren't there
When the feds had you in Australia
I didn't act like a fool, I knew you was there
So you can't be a don if I'm not there
You likkle eediat
Get Dizzee, come 'round 'ere.